The struggle continues between parties in the Democratic Union for Integration (BDI), the Albanian party that has been in power in North Macedonia for many years.
BDI Deputy and Vice-President Izzat Mesiti made remarks about the developments within the party on the TV program he attended last night.
Blaming the First Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Political Order and Inter-Communal Relations Artan Grobi and other BDI ministers, Misiti said he voted for their current head of government, Ali Ahmadi, and that BDI ministers have no legitimacy in the eyes of citizens.
Al-Misiti said: I was against (the cadre of the current government) in principle, because I collected votes in the field with Ali Ahmadi, and since this executive authority did not appear before the citizens, it has no legitimacy in the eyes of the citizens. In addition, this executive organ did not pass through the filters of the party organs, namely the General Assembly. “Make her assessment.
Pointing out that what Groppi had done was to eliminate the legacy of the BDI by eliminating the core cadres of the BDI, Meciti stated that the current ministers in his party had implemented only 1% of the government’s promised programme.
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