As there are still 12 days left for the Head of State to decree or refuse the law on the National Theater, President Meta himself seems to be in no hurry to give a final decision. 

Asked by the media on the issue, President Ilir Meta said he is still considering the law and that his decision will not be affected by any external factors.

"I want to assure you that, as in any decision, I will not be influenced by any factor outside the responsibilities of the president," said Ilir Meta.

Also sitting at the Presidential table was Tirana's Mayor, Erion Veliaj. 

Speaking to the media after President Meta's speech, Veliaj spoke of his assured nature through a quote from the President that a common solution will be found for the theatre as love and tranquility will triumph. 

"I am confident that we will find the will for a new Theater," said Erion Veliaj.

The assembly closes its proceedings on July 23, one week before the deadline for the President's decree. 

This is what the opposition MPs regard as the government's withdrawal of the Law of the Theater, regardless of the fact that at any moment the head of the Assembly Gramoz Ruçi has the right to summon the Parliament in an extraordinary session.

Earlier, in the blue headquarters, Democratic Party MP Albana Vokshi appealed to the head of state and the prosecution to launch an investigation because, according to her, the government lied when it says the company that is building it is the owner of the border and the property of the theater.

"Edi Rama, Erion Veliaj and Mirela Kumbaro have consciously lied to the Assembly. This is a sufficient reason for the President not to decree this corrupt law. 

"Parliament's fraud by the Prime Minister, Edi Rama, is a sufficient fact that any independent and uncontrolled political prosecution would take on today, investigating Edi Rama and anyone who has defended this scandalous fraud, including Erion Veliaj and Mirela Kumbaro," said Albana Vokshi.

On July 5, the majority adopted 75 draft laws for the National Theater after 12 hours of discussion. But the collapse of the old building and the construction of the new Theater are both expected to be part of the plenary session debates this Thursday.