Opposition MPs directed a request at PM Edi Rama to use today’s plenum as a chance to discuss rising prices and the current economic crisis in our country.
This motion was rejected after being initially proposed by MPs of the Refoundation Commission – a faction of the Democratic Party, led by former PM Sali Berisha.
Instead, today’s plenum will be used to direct a motion called by Socialist MP Erion Brace, that will be focused on the ministry of agriculture and its projected investments in Divjake.
In addition, Parliament will also be voting on a series of laws and agreements centered around Kosovo.
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