Prime Minister Edi Rama has appointed Interior Sander Lleshi as Deputy Minister of Interior. This decision of the majority comes after the rejection of the decree on the designation of Lleshi as Minister of Interior by President Ilir Meta. On Sunday, Mr. Rama had a tête-à-tête meeting with Mr. Meta, a meeting that seems to have been closed without. The appointment of Lleshi in the post of Deputy Minister is expected to be followed by the Assembly meeting in an extraordinary session to vote the decree of the resignation of Fatmir Xhafaj. It was on the 27th of October that Prime Minister Rama proposed Sander Lleshi as a Minister of Interior but the latter was not decreed by President Ilir Meta, claiming he has not been fully convinced to give his trust to the candidacy, an act assessed by Mr. Rama as a violation of the constitution. Currently, there are five Deputy Interior Ministers: Romina Kuko, Rovena Voda, Besfort Lamallari, Julian Hodaj and Sandër Lleshi, who will be the first Deputy Interior Minister designated as a minister.