The majority and the opposition argued fiercely in today's plenary session, as PM Edi Rama, answered to the accusations of the Democratic Party, especially those coming from the former PM, Sali Berisha. He said Berisha is blocking the vetting law, because he is scared.
The government leader answered to the accusations of the opposition, who said that the government will not open the former communist Secret Service files. According to Rama, it was Berisha who left this matter behind, due to his past as a member of the communist party.
"The current government is taking the opening of Secret Service files very seriously. What we are doing will be shown in Europe's most visited museums, so that people will learn how was Albania back then", the PM said. /albeu.com/