Monday, July 22, 2013

Berisha accuses Rama for fraud on last elections

Heavy charges against political rival, Edi Rama, who emerged as winner of the elections of 23 June, and left coalition unleashed the outgoing Prime Minister of Albania, Sali Berisha.

Speaking after the recount of ballots in the constituency of Leza (northern Albania) that generated irregularities and fraud in the election results at the expense of the Democratic Party, Sali Berisha, Edi Rama warned that unless there is full transparency in the outcome of the elections of 23 June, the Democratic Party will not recognize the new majority.

"We demand transparency now. We received the result in advance without certification by the Central Election Commission and the courts, but if someone tries to dictate the votes of citizens, we will defend it, "said Berisha.

It emerged after the recount in the district of Leza, the Democratic Party won more votes than the references in the summary tables of the Central Election Commission.

Note that in this district on election day killed for political reasons, an activist of the left opposition.

Outgoing Prime Minister Sali Berisha also accused left coalition to "grab and buying votes with dirty money derived from crime and drug trafficking cartels." He also accused the new Prime Minister Edi Rama that the new Socialist parliamentary group largely consists of people linked to organized crime Previously with justice in Albania and abroad.

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