In a press release the Albanian Democratic Party again repeated its request to the Socialist Party to vote for the August 6 abolition or narrowing of immunity for parliamentarians and senior state officials.Silvi Bardhi, spokesman of the PD, again appealed to Edi Rama to go beyond the personal interests of the "billionaire club" and vote on the reform project concerning the abolition of immunity proposed by Euralius (European Assistance Mission to the Albania Justice System) and Paca. The representatives of the Socialist Party in the legislative commission said they were favorable in principle for the abolition of general immunity but added that according to them all this must come with time. We must show ourselves very cautious and not be in a hurry - the socialists declared - because this fundamental reform for Albania which is going to amend the Constitution must be done by making everyone involved, interest groups and civil society. Three days ago in Slovakia, a member of the European Union, the parliamentarians voted unanimously to limit the immunity of parliamentarians. As for Albania, it must be admitted that the issue is a bit more complex. The division of powers has not yet become part of political practice and in fact one of the concerns of the opposition is precisely to protect the independent organs of the state from destabilizing interventions of a political or personal nature. Interventions that in this twenty-year period of democratic transition have been very frequent, making political communication unattractive to society. Furthermore, the fragmentation of the political system and its conflicting nature mean that political life is very agitated, giving us not a few times the opportunity to witness shameful variety shows made of attacks and insults both to the institutions and to the people who represent them.