The vice-president of the Chamber and deputy of Forza Italy, Mara Carfagna, complaint on Facebook that Albania is "in chaos" and invites: "Italy intervenes diplomatically. A few kilometers from our coasts - he explains - there is a serious political and social crisis that does not seem to affect the Italian government at all. In Albania the opposition forces are protesting by denouncing a lack of equity in the rules of the electoral competition of the next 30 June. The clash between parties has become a clash between the Rama government and the presidency of the Republic ".
For the Forza Italia MP, “If Italy and the European Union do not intervene immediately, providing Albania with a fully constitutional way out, we risk witnessing an institutional paralysis. The Albanian company and the many Italian and European companies operating in Albania would be seriously damaged. The country's candidacy process for the EU would be abruptly interrupted. Not to mention the risk of exodus of thousands of Albanians to Italy. With Forza Italia - he informs - we filed a parliamentary motion that commits the Conte government to take immediate action. It is our political and historical responsibility. We expect - he concludes - that the Prime Minister and the Foreign Minister will take action ad horas ".
A few days ago also the deputy prime minister and Interior Minister, Matteo Salvini, spoke with the Albanian president Ilir Meta about the political crisis in Albania.
In a video posted on Facebook, Minister Salvini said he had a phone call with Meta "To understand how to help a country close to us and friend, and to prevent the clashes of the last week's square from multiplying and repeating". In fact, tension remains high in the country, as demonstrations have been taking place in the streets for weeks ahead of the June 30 local elections. The center-right opposition, which will boycott the electoral meeting, calls for the resignation of socialist prime minister Edi Rama and the formation of a transitional government that prepares early elections.
The performance of the administrative has been a source of strong clashes of the majority even with the president of the Republic Ilir Meta, who, last 10 June decided to cancel the June 30 as the date for the administration of the administrative. Two days ago, the Electoral College recognized the decision of the Central Electoral Commission (CEC) as valid, which, with the votes of the only members nominated by the majority, considered that the decree of Meta is "a totally invalid act" and therefore it is went ahead with the preparations for keeping the administrative offices on the established date. But according to Meta "the decision of the Albanian Electoral College does not concern the decree of the President of the Republic, but only the relationship between the CEC and the Party for national unity (Puk), which has appealed against the CEC".
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