According to the opposition leader, the clash between people who were trying to defend their homes and riot police, saw three of them end up in hospital and ten others at the police station.
On the other hand, as far as the robbery of several millions of euros in the country’s only international airport is concerned, he said that “if such things happen in a place which is supposed to be the place with the highest level of security in the country, everyone is able to see where this country has come to. “This happens at a time when Albania has become a base for numerous criminal rings. Crime is not being fought, while the government is promoting money laundering through constructions and other corruptive projects”, Basha said.
According to the opposition leader, the reason the state has fallen and people feel so insecure has to do with the pact that an illegitimate government has entered with criminals.
“Putting an end to this regime today is a matter of national emergency. This is why we are going to protest on April 13 in Tirana. The only way out is if all Albanians unite in their battle against injustices, crime and corruption”, the democrat leader concluded.
Use of poison gas
More gas has been used in the past two months than in all of the history of Albania. This has been another public accusation launched yesterday by the leader of the Democratic Party at a time when the opposition has been organizing a series of anti-government rallies. “Since the February 16 protest, police have taken in 114 demonstrators and arrested 54 of them. Police are only being used to fight people; innocent people who just want to protect their homes”, Basha also said.