Ali Ahmeti: Violent protest does not help the process

Violence does not help the process, does not help in resolving this institutional process into being more convincing to the Appeal Court in order to return in the first degree
Today at the headquarters of the Democratic Union for Integration in Tetovo, President Ali Ahmeti, hosted a meeting with the U.S. Ambassador in Macedonia, Mr. Paul Wohlers with whom they discussed about the recent events in the country.

Ahmeti and Wohlers estimated that the protests are a democratic right, but violence is not helping the trial of the case "Monster".

"Today I had a very important meeting with the U.S. ambassador, which jointly assessed that the right of every citizen is to protest, is a legitimate right of everyone to express dissatisfaction over a certain processes, these processes to be much more transparent and more credible to the public, and for all opinion makers. Also we estimated that the violence does not help the process, does not help in resolving this institutional process into being more convincing to the Appeal Court in order to return in the first degree", said President Ahmeti.

He reported Ambassador Wohlers that DUI will require monitoring by international and local experts, with full access to all process and procedures, for the case "Monster" in order for the public to be informed in a more transparent manner.


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