Osmani: It’s difficult to talk elections while the Infectious Diseases Clinic gets new patients each night


DUI member and Deputy Prime Minister Bujar Osmani in an interview with TV 21’s
“Klik Plus” show said that it is difficult to talk about holding elections at a time when
new patients are placed on mechanical ventilation every day.
I agree that the country and the Government need a political mandate. But if you’ve
noticed we declared a moratorium on our DUI election campaigning in March and we
haven’t mentioned the elections since then. We have not initiated the latest
discussion and we try not to comment on it too much because it is difficult to talk
about elections when the clinic is still admitting patients who end up on mechanical
ventilation, said Osmani.

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