DP MPs demand a debate without a time limit in tomorrow's session of the Assembly on the "McGonigal" case
A group of deputies of the Democratic Party submitted today a request to the Assembly to change the agenda for Thursday's session.
In the agenda published by the Assembly, an interpellation with Prime Minister Edi Rama, requested by a group of DP deputies, was included at the beginning of the agenda.
The deputies ask the speaker of the Assembly, Lindita Nikolla, to convene the Conference of Speakers before the parliamentary session to include in the agenda the discussions without limits during the interpellation with the Prime Minister, on the "McGonigal" case.
With the recent developments in the Assembly, where Sali Berisha (excluded from parliament sessions for 10 days) together with DP deputies have blocked the normal developments of the plenary sessions for several sessions in a row, the SP has stated that it will take measures to prevent more discussions outside the agenda in parliament.