Their replacement is impossible for the time being, because the Board of Judges and Board of Prosecutors have not yet been set up. The role of these two institutions is to appoint judges and prosecutors. In order to overcome this situation, several amendments have been made in the law “On the status of judges and prosecutors”, which gives way to the replacement of departed judges. But, these amendments require 84 votes in parliament and the opposition has taken advantage of this by boycotting the voting. Unable to secure the necessary votes for this important legal initiative, the majority decided to delay its voting. Let us recall that the opposition has previously announced that it will not offer its consent on these amendments unless the minister of Interior, Fatmir Xhafaj and Prosecutor General, Arta Marku resign. On the other hand, yesterday, MPs also discussed the bill concerning the National Theater. Democrat MP, Edmond Spaho said that the result was manipulated, because according to him, Socialist Movement for Integration MP, Vangjel Tavo, appeared as if he participated in the voting, despite the fact that he was not present.