Last plenary session of Parliament, 20 days ahead of the elections
The last plenary session of the Albanian parliament will be held on April 5th, exactly 20 days before the general elections of April 25th.
In today’s meeting of the Conference of Directors, the plan of action for the period March 28th- May 7th as well as the work calendar for the period between March 22nd- April 9th 2021 were appointed.
At the end today’s meeting, the dates for the next plenary sessions were set to be March 23rd, March 29th and April 5th 2021.
During this timeframe, certain laws are expected to be passed in Parliament regarding the Justice Reform; laws proposed by the socialists.
The eight laws that are expected to change are regarding certain matters that haven’t performed like they were supposed to, since the year 2016, when the Justice Reform was ratified.
YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE:
- Electorate under pressure, Gjosha: Businesses are scared when we knock because when we leave they might receive fines
- Tensions ahead of the elections, Dashamir Shehi: The signs aren’t good
- Family-oriented, hard-working and efficient, qualities Albanians value least in their MPs
- Three qualities that Albanians see as most important for their MPs