The Democratic Party has changed its stance and refuses to sit for dialogue for as long as Edi Rama is Prime Minister.
The vice DP leader, Edi Paloka, insists that the non-negotiable condition for dialogue form the Democratic Party is Edi Rama’s resignation as PM.
While the allies of the Democratic Party registered themselves for the October 13th election date, decreed by the President and refused by the majority, the main opposition party has also refused to register for this date.
“Our position has not changed. Rama cannot sit with the opposition as a Prime Minister. As a SP leader, yes. We cannot decide who will be their leader”, Paloka said.