BREAKING!! Jubilation As President Finally Impeached For Instigating Violence


The Albanian parliament has impeached President Ilir Meta for breaking the country’s constitution.

Mr Meta has been charged with instigating violence and violating the country’s constitution.

According to a parliamentary investigation, he violated 16 provisions of the constitution and incited violence.

The president’s behavior and approach did not match with his constitutional responsibility, according to the investigation’s findings.

The audit also criticized his biased approach against the ruling Socialists during the parliamentary election campaign on April 25, suggesting his removal on the grounds of major constitutional violations.

The president’s actions, behavior, and approach, according to the assessment, “run contrary to his constitutional duty and position.”

Mr Meta is accused by MPs of promoting instability and bloodshed by siding with political opponents ahead of the country’s election.

Mr Meta “has betrayed the mission of the president of… Albania,” according to Edi Rama, the country’s Prime Minister, who spoke before the impeachment.

Mr Meta was impeached when 104 legislators voted for his impeachment against 7 others who voted to keep him as president and three more who remained neutral.

Albania’s Constitutional Court will give its final permission in three months.

In April, socialist MPs requested that Mr Meta be impeached by the investigation committee for failing to ensure national unity.

Mr Meta has been opposed to the ruling Socialists’ agenda since taking office in 2017 with their backing, stalling ministerial nominations and vetoing legislation.

The investigation and impeachment effort were criticized by the former President, who claimed that the outgoing parliament lacked the constitutional authority to conduct such an investigation because they were in a post-election transition period.

The parliament, which was elected in April, does not take office until September.

The Socialist Party won 74 of the 140 seats in parliament in a resounding victory on April 25, giving them a third four-year mandate.

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