Vandalismus, Umwelt Zerstoerung, illegales Bauen, Mord und Blutrache ein Markenzeichen der Albaner „Kultur“

09 Mar 2011 / 09:09

Vandalism of Kosovo Public Property Condemned

Officials in Pristina complain that a lack of civic pride is resulting in widespread damage to, and theft of, public property.

Petrit Collaku

Pristina

Within months of installing 500 garbage bins across Pristina, the municipality has been forced to replace 50 of them after they were destroyed by vandals.

Agim Gashi, director of the city’s public services, said it was a symptom of the lack of civic sense in the city, which is also suffering from a spate of manhole cover thefts. “Those responsible for damaging public property are hooligans,“ he said.

The Daqa company from Ferizaj is obliged to replace the manholes and maintain them for 12 months, according contract.

Gashi said he was disappointed that a project which had been demanded by citizens is proving so problematic. “This is a larger problem,” said Gashi, adding that the capital faced similar problems with a range of public property.

“How many manhole covers have we replaced in town and how many continue to be stolen?” Gashi asked. “I am just angry that we have to go back to the same projects and spend the money again.“

Gashi said he feared some people in the community were clearly not interested in protecting their own surroundings “Everything starts from your home,” he said, noting that the municipality has been trying in vain to create community groups across the capital that would take care of their areas.

“You can’t even find someone from a building where some 40 families live who is willing to protect their environment and the building,” Gashi complained.

http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/vandals-lay-siege-to-public-property-in-kosovo-capital

Illegale Verbrecher Bauten, der Kosovo Mafia vor allem suedlich Durres

Mit der beruechtigen Verbrecher Zentral und Kommando Zentrale „DRENCIA“der Xhavit Halili – Sabit Geci – Hashim Thaci Banden rund um den Moerder Gani Kapiti (letzter Mord in Durres im Mai 2009)

Iin der Gruenen Zone (Urganistik Plan Durres / Lamp Projekt der Weltbank in 2008 und der Uni Pescara) – Touristik Zone von Durres, den letzten sauberen Straenden, wird in terroristischer Weise, Alles im Schnell Gang vor den Kommunalwahlen zubetoniert, ohne Genehmigungen, damit die in 2010 schon stinkenden Straende, entgueltig vernichtet werden. Bau Abriss Anordnungen von 10 illegalen Lokalen und 8 illegalen Restaurants vom Dezember 2010, gingen im Idioten Mafia Sumpf der Durres Rathaus und Praefektur Mafia erneut unter.

Albaniens Urlaubs Strände sehen wie Industrie Abfall Zonen aus

Ansichten eines Russen, über die Adria Küste!

Here in Montenegro, I am sitting in a little place called Petrovats, a thin strip of beach densely thatched with bodies – old and young, fit and fat. People have come here to get their salt and sunshine intake for the coming year. The mountains really are dark, the sea is blue-green. The fact that it’s a little bit dirty and there’s garbage lying in every convenient cleft as if I’m back in Moscow can be explained by the fact that these are the last traces of communism: Almost everywhere the Communists were in power for a long period of time, the habit of fouling nature remains. In any event, Montenegro is no dirtier than Croatia and significantly cleaner than Albania where the coastal zones look like industrial tips. The little houses in Montenegro are cozy and well furnished; the restaurants aren’t terribly expensive and the quality is good. This is still a territory that very recently was involved in a full-scale war, but Montenegro is already in the Euro-zone; its borders with Croatia and Bosnia – not so long ago enemies – are entirely open and there’s a railway link to Belgrade.

http://www.russiaprofile.org/page.php?pa…eid=a1187619149