EU study, Basha shows the figures: Here's how the vote bought Rama with the drug money
Democratic Party leader Lulzim Basha has reacted today in the social network facebook after the publication of a study by the EU, where according to this study, 20 per cent of voters were offered money or favors in exchange for the vote.
"The study is another indication of massive purchase of votes by Edi Rama through drug and crime money," writes Basha.
In Albania, the votes were massively bought. An EU funded study found that over 20 percent of voters were offered money or favors in exchange for the vote. The real number is even greater, given that many people choose not to tell this truth.
The study is another indicator of the massive purchase of votes by Edi Rama through drug and crime money.
A crime-related power can only be held with more crime. That is why the Rama government gradually turned into a criminal organization directly involved in supporting drug trafficking, drug money laundering through PPPs, developing a mafia fertilizer industry and similar activities.
In the same way, Edi Rama will continue to plunge deeper into the crime every day and more that he will be in power. Hence, the creation of an anti-mafia government that paves the way for a genuine electoral reform is a first and essential step in returning the legitimacy of the elections and the beginning of cleansing politics from crime.