United opposition has called on Albanians to protest tomorrow. The reason for this incentive seems to relate to the latest scandal with the audio recording of the Interior minister’s brother, through which the opposition claims that he’s involved in the traffic of drugs. This will be in fact the main request of the opposition and its supporters. They will demand the resignation of the Interior minister, Fatmir Xhafaj. But is this protest aiming to topple the government? What impact will it have in the process of the opening of accession talks with the EU? Several politicians offer their insights for Albanian Free Press. According to democrat MPs, Dhurata Çupi and Fatbardha Kadiu, this protest is being organized because the country can no longer endure the socialist poor governance, but also because the country cannot be sacrificed for Xhafaj or Habilaj brothers. On the other hand, Agron Duka, head of the Agrarian Environmentalist Party, says that this protest is not against the opening of EU accession talks. According to him, nobody believes such thing. According to the socialist MP, Sadri Abazi, this is what the opposition is aiming to achieve, prevent the process. Abazi goes even further saying that the opposition does not want Rama to be given the credit for opening the EU accession talks in the month of June.