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Written by SOT.COM.AL 3 Shkurt 2023
Lawyer Spartak Ngjela, invited to ABC News, commented on the opposition's accusations against Prime Minister Edi Rama regarding the case of the former FBI official, Charles McGonigal.
He said that this issue is in the hands of the American justice system and as long as there are no accusations against the head of the government, the opposition should remain silent.
"These are not professionals but novelists. They are stipulations. The issue is in America. So far, he has not said anything about Rama, but about the senior head of the FBI. The question is: Will a senior FBI official ask Rama about the meetings? These are not meetings in basements, but with a high representative of the FBI.
Maybe he came for Albania's problems. The fact that he was criminally charged in America has nothing to do with Albania. The others are fantasy. They are low-level politics. They are not made anywhere in the world. The opposition cannot understand where the judicial power begins, your language ends.
There, an FBI chief who came to Tirana was arrested and kept under house arrest. So far there is nothing. Has America said anything? The American judiciary should speak, not us. I don't know who they want to convince but they are worthless people. It is not possible to cooperate with them," said Ngjela.