Basha meets with artists and textile manufacturers: Rama tied with crime, no coalition with SP after elections

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The leader of the Democratic Party, Lulzim Basha, made a stop in Shkodra on Tuesday. He accused Prime Minister Edi Rama of ties with crime and ruled out any possibility of a collaboration with him after the elections.

“Poor him for having lost his mind and is grappled in despair over the loss. He has been tied to chains of corruption and crime for eight years. He is the reason behind everything bad that has occurred to the country and Shkodra”, said Basha.

“Albanians are normal people with an abnormal government. This will come to an end on April 25, Edi Rama will leave and the coalition of the Democratic Party will rule the country”, said the head of the DP when asked about a potential post-election coalition with the Socialists.

During a meeting with local artists, he shared with them the program of the Democrats on arts and culture.

Basha also met with representatives from the textile manufacturers industry and informed them of the party’s economic program and state aid for this sector, if the opposition comes to power after the elections.

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