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AFTER PROTESTS IN ALBANIA 28. 12. 2018.   >>  17:23 0

AFTER PROTESTS IN ALBANIA

Edi Rama replaced eight ministers

Albania's President Edi Rama has replaced 8 ministers, or half of his cabinet members, as part of a government reshuffle following students' protests over the last few weeks.

The initiative, explained Rama, reflects the ''students' protests''. Although protesters were calling for economic change, the demonstrations were seen as reflecting dissatisfaction for the government.

In a surprise move, the premier has decided to remove, among others, the minister of education, Lindita Nikolla, finance, Arben Ahmetaj and the minister for foreign affairs and Europe, Ditmir Bushati, a key post for Albania's EU integration process as adhesion talks are expected to start in June.

Bushati is being replaced by the current deputy minister in charge of the integration process, 28-year-old Kosovan Genti Caka. Other members who were forced to leave the government include deputy premier Senida Mesi, the minister of energy and infrastructure, Damian Gjiknuri, of agriculture, Niko Peleshi, culture, Mirela Kumbaro and business, Sonila Qato.

The AP reports that Rama, who is the leader of the ruling Socialist Party, said that replaced ministers will play an important role as political leaders in their areas in the municipal elections in June next year.

Students boycotted classes for more than two weeks, demanding a reduction in tuition and more allocations for higher education.

The opposition accused the dismissed ministers of corruption and inefficiency.

 

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