Mit gefälschten Diplomen zur 2. höchsten Polizistin —–> Präsidentin des Kosovo aufsteigen: Atifete Jahjaga

Die Dame reist viel durch die Welt, aber mangels Bildung machen das alle Albaner Politiker, denn man kennt die eigene Aufgabe nicht. Was hat bis heute eigentlich die sogenannte Präsidentin: Atifete Jahjaga je getan! Antwort: einen vollkommen korrupten und kriminellen Polizei Apparat hat sie aufgebaut und war lange Zeit, zweit höchste Polizistin im Kosovo! Die Frau und total peinlich, vor allem mit ihrer mangelhaften Bildung, noch dümmeren Beratern, wie man aus ihren Ehrungen zur 100. Jahrfeier in Albanien und dem Könighaus Zogu sieht. Die Kommentare über diese Null Hirn Bauern Frau, sind erschreckend und wohl allgemein bekannt. Sie kennt nicht einmal die neuere Geschichte der Albaner im 20. Jahrhundert.

sogar Gold stehlen die Polizei Chefs aus den Asservaten Kammern, Bargeld sowieso wie auch Heroin. Geschäft ist nun mal Geschäft.

President of Kosovo:

Atifete Jahjaga

2009, begann eine interne Inspektion bei der Kosovo Polizei, wer wo sich seine Qualifikation für den Polizei Dienst erworben hat, denn wie in Albanien, wird Alles zusammen gefälscht, inklusive Schul Zeugnisse und mit Bestechungs Geld. Fake Universitäten wie auch in Tetova, oder Rumänien, sind eine Legende. Und dann kann man verstehen, warum die Albaner Polizei Direktoren so dumm sind und Nichts kapieren! Im Kosovo durften ja Organ Handels Kliniken, mit Hilfe krimineller Deutscher Ärzte agieren, aber eben auch bei den hoch bezahlten UNMIK Gestalten wie Jürgen Rückers SPD Sabbler und als vollkommen korrupt historisch gesehen, agieren. Jeder kann im Kosovo seinen Staat ausrufen, Hochschulen leiten, oder sonstige Firmen und technische Reparaturen anbieten, ohne jegliche Qualifikation.

Der Betrug an Tausenden von Studenten mit ungültigen Diplomen, durch Betrugs Universitäten in Albanien

Eine Polizei Untersuchung fand heraus, das die jetzige Präsidentin mit gefälschten Qualifikationen in den höheren Polizei Dienst überhaupt kam und dann kann man sich vorstellen, warum überall bei den Albanern, genau dieses Modell aktiv ist und nie etwas funktionieren wird. Wegen mangelnder Eignung, wurde sogar diesem Luft Ausbildungs Modell die Lizenz verweigert und die angebliche Universtität, hatte nie eine Lizenz, noch Ausbildungs Erlaubnis. Sogar Minister in Albanien hatten schon gefälschte Schulzeugnisse und Diplome wie Ndard Ndoka, ebenso Aldo Bumci halt von einer Fake Nord Zyprischen Universität und Haradinaj, ebenso Luft Nummern. Deshalb sind die Alle auch so dumm, was ja nicht zu übersehen ist, seitdem die Intelligenz gezielt auswandert.

Damit entstand durch die höhere Gehalts Einstufung auch ein enormer Schaden für den Kosovo Staat! So steht es im Internen Polizei Bericht. Und deshalb funktioniert die Polizei auch nicht!

Atifete Jahjaga – Fifth  President of the Republic of Kosovo

Institut für Kriminologie und Security Studies, Faculty of Science für Kriminologie an der Universität von Sarajevo, der Dekan Ramo Maslesa,
„Faculty of Criminology der AAB eine Lizenz für die mangels geeigneter Arbeitsmittel und Einrichtungen betreiben wird verweigert“, so der Bericht.

Jahjaga e oficerët me diploma ilegale
Publikuar: 11.12.2011 – 09:48

Prishtinë, 11 dhjetor – Zyrtarë policorë, përfshirë presidenten, kanë marrë thirrjen Specialist i Shkencave Kriminalistike në shpërputhje me ligjin për arsim. Diplomat e tyre nga institucionet kosovare vlerësohen se janë ilegale. Këtë fakt e konstaton një Auditim dhe Inspektim i brendshëm i Policisë së Kosovës, i iniciuar më 2009.

E para e vendit, Jahjaga, e cila gjatë kohës sa ishte në Polici – dhe policët tjerë – pos që mund të jenë ngritur në pozita të ndryshme në Policinë e Kosovës dhe karrierë falë këtyre diplomave ilegale, ata kanë dëmtuar edhe buxhetin e Kosovës me mijëra euro, raporton gazeta Zëri.

Siaps gazetës, pavarësisht se legjislacioni kosovar obligon çdo institucion të lartë arsimor në Kosovë që të licencohet dhe akreditohet për të zhvilluar veprimtarinë e tij, këtë nuk e ka bërë Universiteti i Sarajevës nën emrin e të cilit pjesëtarët e Policisë së Kosovës kanë ndjekur programe magjistrature dhe studime specialistike.

Paligjshmërinë e ka konstatuar një hetim i iniciuar nga Njësia për Auditim dhe Inspektim të Policisë në janar 2009, e sipas të cilit, pjesëtarët e Policisë së Kosovës kanë ndjekur dy trajnime sipas një marrëveshjeve të lidhur ndërmjet Policisë së Kosovës (atëherë SHPK) në vitin 2006, me Institutin për Kriminologji dhe Studime të Sigurisë të Fakultetit të Shkencave të Kriminalistikës të Universitetit të Sarajevës, me dekan Ramo Maslesa, por që ky institucion nuk ka pasur licencë, ndonëse Ligji i vjetër për Arsimin e Lartë në Kosovë, ka detyruar çdo bartës të arsimit të lartë në Kosovë të ketë një licencë për të kryer punën e tij.

Shkeljet gjatë këtyre studimeve janë bërë disa herë. Njëra nga to është që sipas marrëveshjes ligjëratat janë paraparë të mbahen në objektet e Policisë, por fillimisht ato janë mbajtur në hapësirat e objektit të Universitetit AAB në Prishtinë.

“Fakultetit të Kriminalistikës të AAB-së i është refuzuar licenca për të funksionuar për shkak të mungesës së pajisjeve dhe objektit adekuat”, thuhet në raport.

Pos kësaj, asnjë lëndë mësimore që zhvillohet në Prishtinë, është konstatuar se nuk është në harmoni me planin mësimor të këtij fakultetit. Ndërsa, identifikimi i nevojave është bërë pa analizuar dhe vlerësuar nevojat formale dhe pa përcaktuar përmasat e sakta të nevojave për trajnime të specializuara.

Kryetarja e Këshillit Kombëtar të Cilësisë në Agjencinë për Akreditim të Kosovës, Ferdije Zhushi-Etemi, ka thënë se krejt kjo veprimtari me Universitetin e Sarajevës ka qenë ilegale.

http://www.kohaditore.com/?page=1,13,80221

Auditimi, Jahjaga dhe oficerët me diploma ilegale
Lajmi i Fundite Dielë, Dhjetor 11th, 2011

Bananen Republik Kosovo: Die neue Präsidentin und der US Drogen Handel

Erstaunlich wie Niveaulos sogar Österreichische Ministerinnen sind. Für einen Orden akzeptieren die sogar die gekauften Albanischen Diplome und die Praktiken an diesen Universitäten, der Albaner Mafia. Die Skandale auf den Uni’s dort sind ja legendär.

Festnahmen im Schul Zeugniss Verkauf und rund um die Wirtschafts Krise

Österreich anerkennt Diplome
Aktuelles aus Albanien

06.11.2005 Bildungsministerin Elisabeth Gehrer wurde bei ihrem Besuch diese Woche mit dem Mutter-Teresa-Orden ausgezeichnet.

Österreich anerkennt Diplome
Moisiu überreicht E. Gehrer den Orden (Bild: PD)
Während einer Reise der österreichischen Bildungsministerin Elisabeth Gehrer nach Albanien wurde eine vertiefte Zusammenarbeit zwischen den Universitäten der beiden Ländern im Rahmen des Bologna-Systems vereinbart. Bildungs- und Wissenschaftsminister Genc Pollo erklärte, dass diese Vereinbarung auch beinhalte, dass albanische Universitäts-Diplome und wissenschaftliche Titel von Österreich anerkennt würden.

Der albanische Präsident Alfred Moisiu überreichte Gehrer während ihres Besuchs den Mutter-Teresa-Orden. Verdankt werde damit ihr hervorragender Beitrag zur Entwicklung von Bildung, Wissenschaft und Kunst in Albanien.

Schlägerei weil der Abgeordnete Tom Doshi (PD) wegen seinem erkauften “Fake” Jura Diplom” von der selbst ernannten Mafia Universtiät Tetova angesprochen wurde 

Die Studenten der Juristischen Fakultät von Tirana und Gjrokastre demonstrieren 

7 Hoch Schul Lehrer der neuen Uni in Kamzes, sind der Korruption angeklagt. 

Albanian Mafia government: Albanian biometric passports & Links to International Terrorist Rings

Exclusive report by Gjergj Thanasi: Albanian biometric passports & Links to International Terrorist Rings

Ioannis Michaletos 10 Dec 2011 In the following exclusive investigative report, the acclaimed journalist from Tirana-Albania, Gjergj Thanasi outlines the serious security issues relating to the Albanian biometric passport system and the links with international organized crime and terrorist rings and with the Iranian intelligence establishment especially. The Problematic Albanian Biometric Passports and the Links to International Terrorist RingsBy Gjergj Thanasi

The equipment of the Albanians with biometric identity cards and passports was a must in order to have Albanians travelling in European Union countries without visa restriction. The removal of travel restriction was a kind of an European  gift to Albanians on the eve of Christmas  2010.Such passports are highly reliable and a tough barrier to criminals and terrorists penetrating Europe under false names. The system is really false proof. The only way to evade the system is to collude with the Albanian authorities issuing the passports, thus stealing the identity of somebody else.

Unfortunately this is precisely what happened in Albania. Almost from the very beginning Albanian emigration police as well as several European border police controls  detected individuals equipped with regular Albanian biometric passports having ‘borrowed” the identity of somebody else. Judging by the covering of the Albanian media such falsified biometric passports are almost a daily occurrence.

The bearers of falsified Albanian passports range from ethnic Albanians citizens of the Republic of Kosova(they still need a visa to travel to Europe), to Albanians being under expulsion or travel bans in European countries. The new identity help them to travel and stay in Europe up to 90 days in succession without any difficulty. There are cases when even convicted criminals, or wanted individuals (Albanian citizens) are equipped with a biometric passport with a new identity, thus evading justice and facilitating their criminal activity in Europe as well as in Albania. Only  casual finger prints checks by one or another European law enforcing agency has resulted in pin pointing  individuals with a criminal record or even  wanted persons having a new identity. Albanian media like the newspaper Investigimi (an article by Durim Sula) and Durres Bulevard(an article by Dr. Idriz Tafa) have also made public of evidence that terrorists from Yemen and elements of Iranian Revolutionary Guard, the so called Quds Force are in possession of  Albanian biometric passports with typical Albanian names and surnames.

Mr. Armand Teliti the Director General of the Albanian General Register Office during a session of the security sub comity of the Albanian Parliament answering the questions of MP Gazmend Oketa  (wright wing) and MP Gamir Bizhga (left wing) admitted that Albanian authorities have detected over 500 cases of biometric passports issued to persons with a “borrowed”  identity. The Albanian media has directly accused Mr. Teliti of being part of the system issuing such problematic passports .Up to now  only the bearers of such passports have been detained by the emigration police. In a couple of cases the civil servants of remote villages register offices and employees of Aleat-Safran concessionary company have also been arrested. Such cases are under trial or have received short term prison sentences as well as fines according to Albania law.

No body but the gang issuing the false passports knows the exact number and identity of the bearers of such false biometric passports. According to the newspaper Investigimi American security specialists are actively collaborating with Albanian Secrete Service SHIK to identify Iranian citizens equipped with Albanian biometric passports. The newspaper quoting Albanian Secret Service sources links the murder and the burning of the body of Isa Copa a high ranking officer of Albanian Secret Service (late  October 2011 in the outskirts of Durres the main port of Albania)with the affair of the Iranian citizens equipped with Albanian biometric passports and bearing Albanian names and surnames.

This is not the first scandal concerning Albanian passports. In 2002 the deputy minister of the interiors Bujar Himci and col. Veli Myftari Director General of the Albania Police force were arrested for funds embezzlement amounting to four million USD concerning the issuing of the Albanian passports. They landed in prison after the official complaint of Euroget an American company which was unlawfully prevented from bidding for the production of the Albanian passports. The claim of this company was strongly supported by the Charles Levesque the then economic officer of the Us Embassy in Tirana.

It is obvious, in this case top civil servants ended in prison only for funds embezzlement, while now we have serious allegation of collusion with terrorists and yet only small fry is facing justice.

http://www.analyst-network.com/article.php?art_id=3896

the pass scandal in 2002 albania.de

Corrupt Tender for Passport Provider

PURGES FROM TOP TO BOTTOM

by Ben Andoni

TIRANA, 31.10.2002. (Beta) – The latest breakthrough in the
anti-corruption campaign in Albania was the arrest of two senior
police officials and a former government official, for fixing a
tender for new Albanian passports.

Deputy Interior Minister Bujar Himci, and Public Security Chief Veli
Myftari and former head of the department for public procurement
Arben Orifti were suspected of favoring the German Bundesdruckerei
company, which participated in a tender to chose a printer for new
Albanian passports, costing the state to lose US$2 million.

Himci could not have dreamed what was to happen to him on Oct. 4,
when police came to pick him up. Only a few minutes before his
arrest, he had said goodbye to visiting Italian Interior Minister
Alfred Mantovano at at the Rinas airport in Albania.

At the same time, Veli Myftari and Arben Prifti were arrested at
home. They had been expecting police to visit them, after the affair
was publicly exposed.

The case and evidence of the scam, which had been sitting on state
officials` shelves for over a year, was brought out into the light by
incumbent Interior Minister Luan Rama. He promised that this time the
affair would be thoroughly investigated, “From top to bottom.”

The promise came after several big disappointments in the trumpeted
anti-corruption campaign. Military procurement and electricity import
scams revealed structural difficulties in bringing the senior
officials responsible for them to justice, and also revealed an
inefficient judiciary, which had punished very few people.

The Passports

In 1990, the average Albanian had know idea what a passport was.
After Albania opened itself to the world, preceded by years of self-
isolation, citizens began leaving from the country en masse, and
passport-counterfeiting became a lucrative business. To prevent this,
the government changed passports forms three times.

A five-year contract with a Canadian company charged with printing
passports expired in December 2000. Only in March 2001, well into a
shortage of blank passports forms did the government order the
department for public procurement to prepare a tender. The process
was dragged out, starting in April, but was postponed by the
commission charged with the tender for a week, as, it explained, the
German contender was not ready. A week later, the commission
postponed the tender indefinitely. The commission`s head was sacked
and replaced by Bujar Himci, the deputy minister, a month later.

Finally, four days after that, the commission declared that the
German Bundesdruckerei company had been chosen for the job, despite
the fact that its offer was much higher than the competition`s, which
included the French EFTSF, British De La Roi and U.S. EuroGet.

The U.S. embassy protested and requested that chief of the anti-
corruption team Ndre Legishi investigate the case. The U.S. embassy
accused the tender commission of fixing the tender in favor of the
German company, by allowing it access to more information than the
others, among other things.

The Interior Ministry, however, dismissed the accusations, inviting
everyone interested to freely inspect the process for themselves and
promising that the new passports would come out by January 2002.

An investigation, however, revealed that the German company`s offer
was a staggering US$1.8 million higher than the other offers.

Prosecutors claimed that the price was inexcusably high, much higher
than the actual expenses for the passports, even by several times.
Veli Myftari, who signed the decision choosing the company, said in
defense that he was not an expert on passports and that he had only
signed what minister Ilir Djoni had ordered him to.

Djoni is currently living in the U.S., where he is enrolled in post-
graduate studies, while one of the key people in the entire process,
former procurement director Edmond Aliaj is at large.

The first check of the tender was conducted at the beginning of 2002.
State inspectors found numerous irregularities in the process and
contracts and informed the then Albanian president, Rexhep Meidani,
parliament speaker Namik Dokle, Prime Minister Ilir Meta, and the
head of the procurement`s office Arben Orifti, now facing trial.

Meta reacted, sacking Orifti and Edmond Alijal. The investigation
produced no results until a new cabinet was chosen. In addition to
Orfiti and Myftari, this was the first time that police arrested an
incumbent official – the deputy interior minister.

Despite U.S. and British protests, Bundesdrukerei, was granted the
contract, but it failed to finish the job within the specified,
six-month deadline, which caused additional trouble. Because of the
lack of blank passports in the meantime, they were only issued in
emergencies, like for medical treatment abroad. Minister Luan Rama
told the public that police in certain places had been reported to be
taking bribes of up to US$700 for passports.

The new government has announced a crackdown on corruption, but the
public has heard all of this before, from the other governments. This
is why the first arrest of a state official and the investigation of
the passport scandal are still interpreted “as a small token of good
will.” Moreover, the case has not reached court yet, and the
judiciary has already proven to be a bottleneck in the
anti-corruption campaign.

(BETA)


Festnahme des Geschäfts Partner von Ludgar Vollmer in Albanien, u.a. die höchsten Polizei Direktoren und der Vizw Innenminister Bujar Himci im Oktober 2002. Der Innenminister und Mafia Boss Ilir Gjoni, dankte zuvor ab und floh in die USA, ebenso war der Geschäftsparnter und Mafia Boss Ilir Meta ab Ende Januar 2002 nicht mehr im Amte, nachdem seine guten Freunde und der Ehefrau, als Drogen Schmuggler und mit Diplomaten Pass natürlich verhaftet wurden in Italien.

Festnahme in der Sache mit der Bundesdruckerei:u.a. Vize Innenministerin Bujar Himci am 4.10.21, der 600 neue Bundesdruckerei Pässe direkt an die Mafia in im Auftrage von Ilir Meta unregistriert weiter gab.7. The group of Edmond Pustina and “Tota” in the Fortuzi street (approximately 45 years old).

Mond Pustina is the first cousin of Nano’s brother in law, Fatos Pustina, and has been previously convicted seven years ago for drugs. Currently he works in customs. In this group also participate Ilir Arbana (officer in the customs police) and Ardian Resuli, former police chief in Saranda and Durres who currently invests his profits in construction. They keep relations with Gramoz Ruci, head of the parliamentary group of the socialist party and Ilir Gjoni**, former minister of interior. Kane and collaborators in the Albanian Secret Services.

aus: Balkanblog

SUBJECT: CRIMINALS MAKING THE LAWS IN ALBANIA’S PARLIAMENT

Mafia Clan of Democratic Party of Albania 



Passport falsification, Nishani faces Opposition
Passport falsification, Nishani faces Opposition
19/12/2011 


Passport falsification, Nishani faces Opposition

For the visa liberalization anniversary, the Interior Minister, Bujar Nishani, was called in a hearing session by the Parliamentary Commission of Integration. 

Based on a FRONTEX report, the EU agency for border protection, the Chairman of this Commission, Ditmir Bushati, declared that the Albanians are the second people in the world who mostly travel with falsified documents.

“Naturally, I don’t feel good that Albania is ranked second in the FRONTEX report, right after Ukraine”, Bushati declared. 

The Interior Minister declared that these Albanians use foreign falsified documents, not those used by the Albanian state.

“This is a report for the Albanians that have traveled for years in EU, people who have been living in Italy and Greece for the last 20 years”, Nishani declared.

Another opposition MP, Taulant Balla, declared that the prosecution is investigating groups that falsify these identification documents for 5000 EUR. 

Balla declared that the opposition had asked the Police to be part of the applicants’ identification, something that the Interior Minister made with an internal order on November 2011.

“The exclusion of the state police from the biometric passport production process has increased the risks for putting the passports in dangerous hands”, Balla declared.

Nishani did not deny that there have been passport production company employees who were involved in corruption.

“The have been involved in criminal activity, giving fake data for some citizens and making this way a falsified document”, Nishani declared.

The opposition MPs launched accusations for impunity and corruption, which spurred arguments before the end of the session.

“We will have difficulties for as long that we have problems that we must address to. We have been facing these problems since 2005”, Nishani told the MPs.

To the request of the Socialist MP for cooperating in resolving the blood feud phenomenon, the Interior Minister declared that some individuals and associations have exaggerated the figures, in order to profit from projects, although he admitted that the phenomenon was present.

http://www.top-channel.tv/english/artikull.php?id=4101 

EU verschiebt Integration Serbiens und Montenegros

EU-Ratspräsident Herman van RompuyEU-Ratspräsident Herman van Rompuy

Die Europäische Union (EU) hat die Annahme von Beschlüssen über die Integration Serbiens und Montenegros in die Union auf das kommende Jahr verschoben.

Die dahin gehende Entscheidung wurde am Freitag zum Abschluss eines zweitägigen EU-Gipfels in Brüssel getroffen, wie EU-Ratspräsident Herman van Rompuy in der belgischen Hauptstadt mitteilte.

Serbien hatte 2009 den EU-Beitritt beantragt. Die EU-Mitgliedschaft ist neben dem Erhalt der Provinz Kosovo die wichtigste außenpolitische Priorität Belgrads. Serbien hatte damit gerechnet, den Status eines Kandidaten für den EU-Beitritt noch in diesem Jahr zu erhalten.

Im vergangenen Oktober hatte die EU-Kommission empfohlen, Verhandlungen mit Montenegro über einen EU-Beitritt aufzunehmen. Seinen Antrag stellte Montenegro Mitte Dezember 2008.

Verschoben wurde auch die Aufnahme Bulgariens und Rumäniens in die Schengen-Zone – auf März 2012. Die beiden Länder hatten alle an die Kandidaten gestellten Anforderungen erfüllt. Aber im vergangenen September belegten die Niederlande den Beitritt Bulgariens und Rumäniens mit Veto. Den Haag will eine Bestätigung dafür, dass die beiden Länder die Vereinbarungen in Bezug auf die Grenzkontrolle und die Vervollkommnung des Justizsystems erfüllen.

Gegen die Aufnahme Bulgariens und Rumäniens in die Schengen-Zone waren damals auch Deutschland, Frankreich und Finnland gewesen, die ihre Ansprüche später rückgängig machten.