With this, Rama seems to have announced that Xhafaj’s case will not be the only topic of discussion today with socialist MPs. Rama will also unfold whether he received the green light from Macron in Paris about the opening of negotiations in the month of June. Nonetheless, the head of the government has not yet made it clear what his positioning will be regarding his minister. But, what matters the most is that the majority will take a stance in reaction to the opposition’s intensified accusations against him. Let us recall that yesterday the leader of the opposition, Lulzim Basha came up with new accusations against the minister. “On behalf of the opposition, I request an immediate resignation of Fatmir Xhafaj from the post of Interior minister”, he appealed, adding that Albanians have been demanding this for days now. Meanwhile, today, the opposition is expected to hold a protest in front of the ministry of Interior, following a joint decision taken with other opposition parties. For this, the head of the democrat parliamentary group, Edi Paloka has had a meeting yesterday with local party heads. Meanwhile, the opposition has started its action since yesterday, with the entire DP parliamentary group blocking the work of the parliamentary committees.