"Justice for Jonada", citizens hold the second protest for the 7-year-old
Today, the citizens held the second protest demanding justice for the death of 7-year-old Jonada Avdia, who was killed while playing on the beach at Potami beach in Himare, by the boat driven by police officer Arjan Tase.
As a sign of revolt, they threw red paint on the walls of the Ministry of Interior.
The protesters have again demanded the resignation of the Minister of the Interior, Bledi Çuçi, the Minister of Tourism, Mirela Kumbaro and the director of the State Police, Gladis Nano.
"We are paying with blood for the crimes of this state, the thefts that are done to us every day, oppression and arrogance. Today, Albanian parents are afraid to cross the streets. How many of you have the courage to let small children play in the neighborhood? All of our lives are being destroyed if we don't act. Whose turn is it, me or someone else, some other child. Our children are killing us, we apologize to journalists, sisters for using a certain vocabulary. This is the blood that Edi Rama, the minister of Kumbaro, has caused" - said a citizen.
"It is the most European act of the citizens to resign and leave because she was an innocent girl who was killed by the hand of irresponsibility, of crime," said another protester.
After protesting for about 30 minutes at the Ministry of the Interior, the citizens went to the Prime Minister's Office with the cries of "Justice for Jonada". They are sitting cross-legged on the Boulevard in front of the Prime Minister's Office.