Opinion

Nobody loves the SMI

Nobody loves the SMI

By Plator Nesturi / Nobody loves the SMI. Not even Shpëtim Idrizi, who appeals the decision of the CEC in order for the commissioner not to belong to the SMI but to his party. In these ten official days of the electoral campaign, no one loves him and this is seen by the DP with which there is an agreement for a post-election coalition. However, both the DP and the SP (both with a history of co-government with the SMI) have the same accusation and motivation to keep it away: abusers of the great powers and dishonest electoral growth by exploiting being in power. In fact, what is happening lately in this campaign and in electoral strategies is an innovation that has not been encountered before.

During 30 years of pluralism, the main battle for the vote has been centered between the two major parties. The SP and the DP have been the bulls that have clashed with each other for every pair of elections, whether parliamentary or local, and victory or defeat, it was known that they would be followed by rematch for the next battle point. The other smaller participating parties are content only with their target of specific interest voters, the implementation of which would only depend on admission to a governing alliance with one of the major politicians. Already in this campaign it seems we have another scheme. The horns of the greats seem to have run not so menacingly towards each other. They also seem to be directed against the little ones. And this is done first by the Democratic Party, which, although it has included them in its list, absorbing in its barn every opposition vote, again it is prudent for small parties to lose their identity. Whether they will melt inside the DP bed, it is not yet known, but it is clear that each of their votes is already colored blue for this election. Meanwhile, for the other factor of the SMI it seems that it can not be operated for merging between them. The arrows aimed at the SMI seem to be for the annoying third. But not only that. Apparently it is also the fear of the great tribute she demands whenever her votes guarantee power. The arrows aimed at the SMI seem to be for the annoying third. But not only that. Apparently it is also the fear of the great tribute she demands whenever her votes guarantee power. The arrows aimed at the SMI seem to be for the annoying third. But not only that. Apparently it is also the fear of the great tribute she demands whenever her votes guarantee power.

* Taken from Fjala.al