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The affair of the incinerators, former president Meta makes a strong warning: Very soon there will be big shocks
Written by SOT.COM.AL 16 Gusht 2022
Today, the head of the Freedom Party, Ilir Meta, held a meeting with the party's structures in Vlora, where he warned that very soon there will be major shocks.
The shocks, according to Meta, will come after the disclosure of the incinerator scheme. Likewise, the former president said that what will follow will be changes "unpredictable for anyone who has seen how things have been done these 9 years.
"The unraveling of the Incinerator scheme will bring great shocks. And there will be unpredictable changes for everyone who has seen what has been done these 9 years.
The opening of negotiations, took the decision because of Ukraine. Developments will be very soon. The panic is clear. Until they invent laws for General Secretaries. They are indicators of panic and the fact that their scheme has failed.
Luli got you drunk, you remember I used to get drunk. I know that you have had many difficulties, infidelity and patronage on your back. Things are going to change, I'm going to be here, I'm going to visit every neighborhood that has problems."