Ohne jedes Konzept, Inkompetenz und auch vollkommen korrupt, hat die EU identische „Camorra“ Organaistion die EURALIUS Justiz Missionen schon 150 Millionen € verpulvert, was in die Taschen der Pseudo Experten ging und in Reise Tourismus, einem Mafiösen System der Deutschen, was zur Kultur wurde.
„This seeks the scrapping of four of the 11 planned new justice institutions that are projected in the reform, under the argument that the structure of the justice system needs to be simpler.“
27 May 16
Clock Ticks For Albania to Pass EU Reforms
June is the last month when Albania’s squabbling parties can pass judicial reforms needed to open the way for EU accession talks – and fears are growing that the deadline will be missed.
|Ilustrative picture of Ivana Dervishi/BIRN|
The deadline for Albania to complete judicial reforms needed to open European Union accession negotiations is close to expiring, with only one month left before the constitutional changes required for the reform can pass through parliament.
June is last month when parliament – before the recess in July – can vote to pass the amendments that require 93 out of 140 MPs to vote and so open the way for EU bodies to assess Albania’s request to open membership negotiation.
However, the political situation remains in deadlock.
Although a cross-party „ad hoc“ parliamentary commission in mid-May started to pass the first amendment on changes regarding the Prosecution, Constitutional and District courts, the consensus broke down on May 18, when the main opposition Democratic Party presented a new draft to the commission.
This seeks the scrapping of four of the 11 planned new justice institutions that are projected in the reform, under the argument that the structure of the justice system needs to be simpler.
This sudden twist in the negotiation process was condemned by the ruling Socialist Party, which called the proposed changes a move to derail the reform.
On Wednesday, the Prime Minister and Socialist leader Edi Rama on Top Channel TV complained of „a big lack of responsibility in bringing in a new draft after we worked on one for a year that has also been confirmed by the Venice Commission.
„I don’t mind begging the Democratic Party not to undermine this process and lock Albania in a grey zone that can turn into a black hole in the [EU] integration process,“ Rama said.
Passage of the reform is considered crucial for Albania’s path to the EU, and has the potential to block the whole process for at least three years.
This is the opinion of EU representatives, reportedly said behind closed doors, as the head of EU delegation in Tirana, Romana Vlahutin, warned on May 5 that: „If this momentum is lost, this country will lose not only one but several years [in the integration process]“……………………….
Alaudin Malaj, he had accumulated 1.7 million euro in asset, same of the super crime judge: Gjin Gjoni
Vor wenigen Monaten: Der Justiz Missions Leiter mit Alaudin Malaj, denn in Albanien gibt es viel Geld zu verdienen.
Immer dabei: die USA Mafia mit Gavin Weise hier mit Alaudin Malaj. Andere Organisationen machten bei der Millionen schweren Geld Vernichtung fuer einen angeblichen Justiz Aufbau ebenso mit.
15 Sep 15
Albania Watchdog Accuses Top Judge of Corruption
An anticorruption watchdog has referred the Chief Judge of the Appellate Court of Tirana to prosecutors for investigation, claiming he has accumulated assets of 1.7 million euros in a suspicious manner.
|Alaudin Malaj. Photo: LSA|
The High Inspectorate for the Declaration and Audit of Assets and Conflict of Interests, HIDAA, on Monday said it had referred Judge Alaudin Malaj to prosecutors, claiming he had accumulated 1.7 million euro in assets in a suspicious way and had set up a network of construction companies to launder the proceeds.
The Inspectorate, created in 2003 to monitor the wealth of high officials, on Monday said suspicions had arisen due to the large number of transactions conducted by Malaj family members.
“In its first declaration of 2003, the subject (Malaj) had total assets of just 60,000 euros but at the end of 2014, his wealth totalled 1.7 million euros,” HIDAA said.
Contacted by BIRN, Malaj refused to comment on the allegations.
HIDAA’s audit of assets, reviewed by BIRN as part of an investigation into the wealth of judges, showed that his family wealth increased sharply after 2010, when his wife left her job at the national postal service to work as a manager in two construction companies, Rigers Construction sh.p.k and Algan shpk.
At the same time, the Malaj family increased its wealth by declaring a 100,000 euro apartment in Tirana and another worth 35,000 euros on the seaside. Malaj’s wife obtained two more apartments as gifts in 2012.
The justice system in Albania is perceived as highly corrupt. A previous investigation by BIRN showed that no corruption cases filed with the prosecutor’s office over the past decade concerning the judiciary ended in a conviction.
The review by BIRN of the assets declarations of the 25 judges of the Appellate Court of Tirana showed that over the past 10 years, these judges had collectively carried out real estate transactions worth more than 5 million euro. (Click here to read our previous investigation).
The assets declarations reviewed by BIRN also show that their net wealth grew exponentially from year to year.
BIRN discovered that over the eight years, the 25 judges spent over 840,000 euro on cars alone. Only four of the 25 judges from the court do not own cars, despite having an annual salary of just 1.58 million lek (€11,200).
Albania’s parliament is currently working to reform justice system as part of the obligations for the EU integration process.
However, the process is slow due to disagreements between political parties, while the opposition says that behind the reform plan, the ruling coalition is trying to take control of the justice system.