(FindAlbanain) – Tirana, Nov. 11. – The Parliament of Albania and state occupied in protest against approving the new electoral law that pushes toward the pole. Eleven members of the Socialist Movement for Integration, the party of former premier Ilir Meta, and the Democrat Party contest Monday that the reform ‘should be adopted by the Socialist Party and the Democratic Party of Prime Minister Sali Berisha, who have long pointed to the creation a “assemblymen” moderate style Italian PDL.
The new electoral law, also urged the EU introduces a system of proportional representation based regional lists with a locked and variable barrier depending on the number of members to be elected from 5% to 10% Tirana to Durres to 20% of areas depopulated as Peripheral and Kukes.
Berisha urged the protesters to work together with the Socialist Party of which were allies. The 11 members headed by leaders of both parties, Meta and Nardi Ndoka, have spent the night in the cold after the order of the President, Josefina Topalli, to turn off the heat and prevent access to the Internet. Many supporters spent the night outside the building in support of the protest under the slogan “We defend the Constitution. No to the theft of votes. ”
The launch of a new electoral law was among the conditions set by the EU to continue negotiations with Albania. The law has 170 articles and should ‘be approved by Monday’ next year. In the spring and Country ‘called for general elections and Berisha has long worked to create a party modeled on the Italian PDL, calling on small parties of right and center – but even some allies of the Socialists-a confluence in his Pd. (AGI)