TIRANA, Dec. 17 (Xinhua) -- Albanian opposition leader Lulzim Basha declared Sunday that opposition would start massive protests against current government's decision to elect new General Prosecutor without opposition.
Basha said protests would start Monday while he invited citizens to join protests and prevent government from "catching" top prosecutor's office.
Speaking at a press conference after the meeting he had with Democratic Party (DP) chairmen in district, Basha said that opposition here would not allow such thing, saying that Albania didn't need a political General Prosecutor but someone elected through a consensual procedure and support.
On Monday, Albanian government informed it would approve with its votes the new General Prosecutor. The candidate to be appointed in this post will serve as a temporary top prosecutor since the Council of Prosecutors, the structure defining the start and end of the mandate, hasn't been formed yet.