Standard Wissen über Albanien: Verbrecher sind Straffrei: Alle Ausschreibungen wurden gefakt, Betrug und Bestechungs zum System

Standard Wissen, nachdem die primitiv kriminellen Horden der Justiz Bringer aus den USA, EU, IRZ-Stiftung die neue Kaste der dümmsten Richter und Staatsanwalt Kaste der Welt geschaffen haben, um eigene Geschäfte rund um eine Lobby Bestechungs Politik und Geldwäsche zu forcieren. Diese Kaste, kennt nicht einmal Gesetze, wie die US Department of State und Fachleute in ihren Reports schreiben. Nur die Berufs Abzocker der Justiz Bringer, sind damit reich geworden in dem Betrugs Modell, weil die diese Camorra Banden, immer Einladungen brauchen, um dann ihren Spesen und Unfugs Betrug in Milliarden Höhe seit über 10 Jahren zuorganisieren. Der Justiz Minister Nasiq Naco: gehört selber zur Mafia und hier geht es aktuell um den Richter: Osman Aliu, der Mörder, Kriminelle, Vergewaltiger umgehend wieder auf freien Fuß setzt, was ein OSCE, EU und US Modell ist, einer Justiz. Seit sehr vielen Jahren bekannt, das keine Verbrecher angeklagt werden und Staatsanwälte nur zur Show Ermittlungen führen, ebenso verschwinden Beweise in den Asservaten Kammern, Aussagen werden gefälscht, umgeschrieben und manipuliert.

Tahiri: Judge releases criminals
28/03/2014

Das Genc Pollo, auch nur ein korrupter Bastard ist als Minister, war lange bekannt und ebenso das seine Ausschreibungen wie in allen Ministerien gefakte und manipuliert wurden ebenso. Es sollte nicht verwundern, das die TV Digitalisierung in einem Betrugs Haufen unterging, wo vor Jahren schon berichtet wurde. Die Aufsichts Behörde mit Endira Bushanit in der Berisha Regierung, legalisierte sogar Piraten Sender, Raub Kopien der bekannten Regierungs Sender, was zum neuen Standard wurde. Mit Millionen auch hier gesponsert durch die EU, wie jedes kriminellen Enterprise Internationale Sponseren hat: Weltbank, EBRD, EIB, KfW, IFC und viele EU Missionen und Organisationen mit der Dreistigkeit der OSCE Mission unter Eugen Wohlfahrt, welche vollkommen im Albaner Sumpf unterging.

Im von der Weltbank ruinierten Hafen Durres in Albanien, wird der Mafiösen Container Scanner Firma die Lizenz ausgesetzt

Im Sumpf der Hafen Mafia von Durres – Durres Port debacle

Deutsche Politiker und Lobbyisten erneut als Partner der Internationalen Mafia mit EMS Shipping und Heiko Luikenga

Die schlimmste Ausschreibung, neben der Lotrerie und die Hafen Mafia Lizensen! Welt Rekort des jetztigen Transport Minsiter, damals Wirtschafts Minister war die gefälschte Bank Garantie des NATO Vorbeters Frank Wisner im Gangster Imperium des Rezart Taci, mit AlBPetrol.

Gary Kokalary: Bei der AlbPetrol Privatisierung wurde eine gefälschte Bank Garantie hinterlegt 

 

Gangster Treffen:

Chef der Drogen Kartell Frank Wisner ist wieder in Tirana

Jo Biden, Frank Wisner, Georg Soros (Partner der Deutschen Regierung u.a. über die DAAD) zockt wieder bei der Privatisierung ab. Und immer sind Fake und Phantom Firmen dabei, mit den Profi Betrügern rund um Ausschreibungs Betrug. sieheEssad Puskar, Pacollis Mann im System Betrug, wie im Kosovo.

27 Mar 14
Albania Ex-Minister ‘Rigged’ TV Digital Tender

Former minister’s decision to split the contract to oversee Albania’s digitalization process between two companies – which a court ruled illegal – remains shrouded with controversy.

Besar Likmeta
BIRN

Tirana

Albania former minister of innovation Genc Pollo

Balkan Insight can reveal that the former Minister of Innovation, Communication and Technology broke public procurement rules in favour of Swedish company Ericsson in a TV digitalization tender worth €23 million.

After Ericsson failed to win the procurement, the minister, Genc Pollo, ordered a second evaluation, a procedure that Albanian procurement law does not normally envisage, which a subsequent Tirana district court ruled illegal.

Based on the second evaluation, Pollo awarded Ericsson half of the lucrative contract, originally won by the Austrian company Rohde and Schwarz – only to annul the contract completely just before he left office last August.

Pollo, the minister of innovation from 2009 until August 2013, justified the new evaluation on the grounds that the original evaluation committee had been “compromised”.

The ex-minister said one of the consultants hired to advise on the process, ORS of Austria, had been in contact with Rohde and Schwarz while the tender took place.

However, ORS denies Pollo’s allegation and the company told Balkan Insight that is considering legal action.

Meanwhile, documents obtained by Balkan Insight show that Kordia Ltd, the consultant company hired by the ministry to undertake the second evaluation,had a conflict of interest with Ericsson.

Kordia Ltd declined to comment to Balkan Insight on the allegation, citing its confidentiality agreement with the government. Ericsson also refused to comment.

“Our company never comments on tenders’ details and processes; we are obliged to respect the confidentiality of the tender itself and the whole process,” Tasos Pagakis, head of communications for Ericsson in Southeast Europe, said. “For the same principle we never comment on legal processes,” he added.

The Albanian government considers the transition from analogue to digital broadcasting a process of national importance, and the most important in the field of radio television broadcasting.

In June 2012, it decided that no television operator, including the public broadcaster, would be able to broadcast in analogue after June 2015.

Four companies took part in the tender launched on March 6, 2013, by the Ministry of Innovation, Communication and Technology to provide a digital terrestrial network for the public broadcaster, TVSH.

Apart from Ericsson and Rohde and Schwarz, the two others were Huawei International, and NEC Eastern Europe Ltd together with Metalcom Inc.

With the help of two consultants, Kordia Ltd and ORS Austria, the ministry drafted the terms of reference and set up an evaluation commission to appraise the bids.

On May 13, 2013, the commission ranked Rohde and Schwarz as the company with the best offer.

However, instead of awarding it the contract, Pollo ordered a second evaluation, solely concerning the technical aspect of the bids.

The second evaluation, carried out by Kordia Ltd, looked only at the technical capabilities of the bidders, the proposed technical solution offered for the transition to digital, and the bidder’s ability to implement the project.

Kordia then ranked Ericsson first and Rohde and Schwarz second, although only by a margin of 0.18 points on a scale of 55.

Following the second evaluation, on June 17, Pollo declared both Rohde and Schwarz and Ericsson equal winners, asking the two companies to split the contract.

However, Rohde and Schwarz took the ministry to court. Pollo then scrapped the tender procedure completely on August 29.

In Tirana’s district court, Rohde and Schwarz attacked both Pollo’s decision to order an additional technical assessment of the bids and his subsequent decision to annul the tender.

On December 9, Judge Anila Kristani ruled that the decision to contract Kordia to revaluate the bids “contradicted the legal frameworkapproved for the procurement procedure”.

The judge also ruled that – by hiring the consultant after the procurement commission had finished its evaluation – the ministry had violated the principle of equal treatment of bidders, among other matters.

In a written statement, Pollo told Balkan Insight that he contested the court ruling. He also questioned that whether Albania’s new centre-left government, which took office in September, had presented all the arguments to the court correctly.

Pollo said that had ordered a second evaluation after discovering that ORS was in cahoots with Rohde and Schwarz. “As ORS was compromised… Kordia was deemed reliable.” he said

He freely admitted that the difference in the scores between Ericsson and Rohde and Schwarz had been minimal, saying this was why the ministry had advocated a form of cooperation between the two companies.

“All the expert advice was that Ericsson had good integrator technology while Rohde and Schwarz had good transmitters,” Pollo said.

Financing had also played a role in his decision, he added. As part of their bids, the companies vying for the tender had to secure bank financing for their projects.

“Rohde and Schwarz’s project was linked to a more expensive loan while Ericsson had a cheaper one,” Pollo recalled.

“However, as there was no agreement, I annulled the procedure,” he explained.

Contesting Pollo’s allegations, a spokesperson for ORS, Michael Weber, told Balkan Insight that the company had been “a neutral consultant”.

“There never was any illegal communication,” Weber said. “We are also considering legal actions against such unbelievably accusations,” he added.

Patrizia Muehlbauer, a spokesperson for Rohde and Schwarz, said that although the company does not comment on project details, ‘we check all exports and projects for strict compliance with all current national regulations.’

Meanwhile, documents obtained by Balkan Insight show that Kordia’s parent company had previously acted as a subcontractor for Ericsson in Australia.

Kordia Ltd is a subsidiary of Kordia Group, a broadcasting and telecommunication company owned by the New Zealand government.

Kordia’s annual reports show that Ericsson awarded a contract to Kordia’s Australian subsidiary, Kordia Solutions, which supported Ericsson in a complex upgrade of Vodafone’s services in Australia.

Pollo maintained that he had had no knowledge of Kordia’s ties to Ericsson in Australia, but noted that the consultant had an “obligation to disclose it”.

The botched tender, meanwhile, has set back the efforts of the Albanian authorities to complete the transition from analogue to digital broadcasting by a self-imposed deadline of June 2015. http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/albania-ex-minister-rigged-tv-digital-tender