President Ilir Meta was at a press conference regarding the 14-point platform that he has made available to Prime Minister Edi Rama and the ambassadors accredited in Albania.

Meta: I have presented the platform to Rama since April 8. I don't think it was an ideal platform but I was open to proposals but I didn't find that will.

Rama's ambassadors met with Meta's platform in April.

Meanwhile, just a few minutes ago, Meta's platform with 14 points on issues related to justice and integration was revealed.

The platform was proposed to the united opposition yesterday, while it is learned that the Prime Minister Edi Rama has handed it over to the ambassadors since April 8, informs the journalist of Ora News, Fjorela Beleshi.


1- The majority and the opposition (parliamentary and non-parliamentary) must resolutely complete the Electoral Reform, according to the OSCE/ODIHR recommendations and the conclusions of the European Council on General Affairs.

2- The Judicial Appointments Council should continue to function, including the amendment of its bylaws, in accordance with the recommendations of the Venice Commission in the draft opinion of 6 March. For the three vacancies (2 from the President and 1 from the Parliament), KED must submit the lists of candidates for each institution according to the constitutional sequence: President - Parliament - President

3- The Judicial Appointments Council must agree with the participation of the People's Advocate in all his activity and discussions, in accordance with the Constitution and the Law.

4- The mandate of the current Chairman of the Judicial Appointments Council ends with the appointment of three judges of the High Court. The current chairman of the KED immediately loses all rights to continue exercising his mandate, with a long delay, as a member of the Supreme Court, and consequently as the Chairman of the KED.

5- The Judicial Appointments Council continues to function according to the law, chaired by the Vice President.

6- The Albanian Parliament immediately deals with any legal gap, so that the President and the Parliament can fill the remaining vacancies in KED within 1 calendar year.

7- The Albanian Parliament withdraws from any legal initiative that changes the format and procedure of the oath in office of the members of the Constitutional Court and other senior members of the judicial system.

8- The Albanian Parliament withdraws from the "Anti-Defamation Package" and from any similar legal initiative in the future.

9- Any legal or constitutional change related to judicial reform must be made only through the unanimous consensus of the Political Council.

10- In the framework of the Political Council, the parties agree within June to appoint a Chief Negotiator for EU membership, a high-level expert, whose integrity, credibility and professionalism are compatible with all parties.

11- All judges of the High Court are appointed in accordance with the constitutional and legal provisions, and as soon as possible.

12- The High Judicial Council The High Prosecution Council immediately approves the new judicial map for the redistribution of human resources within the system of the Court of Appeals and the Courts of First Instance, and continues to fill vacancies created by resignations or vetting.

13- The High Judicial Council should first of all determine the overload of the Administrative Court of Appeal, and propose the necessary measures that allow a regular process within the time limit (1 month) in this Court.

14- The Albanian Parliament should examine, without political interest, the candidates proposed by the President of the Republic for the President of the Supreme State Audit.