Abzocker, Betrüger, Lügner, Faschisten Freund: Martin Schulz will nun Soziale Gerechtigkeit

Das Volk und die Wähler werden von dem „Rumpelstilzchen“ des EU Parlaments und der Abzocker verarscht. Das SPD Lügen, Mafia, Korruptions Desaster der Inkompetenz in Fortsetzung.

Betrug pure: Martin Schulz und Selbst Bedienung mit Millionen an angeblichen Reisespesen.

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Schulz schickte seinen Vertrauten persönlich auf Dauerdienstreise :: Betrug und Korruption ohne Ende

Martin Schulz kümmerte sich in Brüssel nach SPIEGEL-Informationen persönlich um die Versorgung seines Vertrauten Markus Engels. Anders als die SPD glauben machen will, ist das Arrangement keineswegs üblich im EU-Parlament.

Martin Schulz, Markus Engels


Martin Schulz, Markus Engels

SPD-Kanzlerkandidat Martin Schulz hat sich als Präsident des Europäischen Parlaments persönlich dafür eingesetzt, dass sein Vertrauter Markus Engels in den Genuss vorteilhafter Vertragskonditionen kam. Wie der SPIEGEL in seiner aktuellen Ausgabe berichtet, belegt dies ein Schreiben von Schulz an die zuständige Vorgesetzte, die damalige Chefin der Generaldirektion Kommunikation, Juana Lahousse-Juárez. (Lesen Sie hier die ganze Geschichte im neuen SPIEGEL.)

In dem Schreiben bat Schulz am 18. Januar 2012, Engels bis zum Ablauf seines Vertrags auf eine sogenannte Langzeitmission nach Berlin zu entsenden. Er solle „dort meine Aktivitäten in Deutschland unterstützen“, schrieb Schulz zur Begründung. Das Schreiben liegt dem SPIEGEL vor.

Mit diesem Schreiben beantragte Schulz eine "Langzeitmission" für Engels im Berliner Informationsbüro des Europaparlaments. Schulz benannte darin auch die vorgesehene Dauer: Vom 23. Januar 2012 bis zum Ablauf von Engels' Vertrag am 31. Dezember 2012.

Mit diesem Schreiben beantragte Schulz eine „Langzeitmission“ für Engels im Berliner Informationsbüro des Europaparlaments. Schulz benannte darin auch die vorgesehene Dauer: Vom 23. Januar 2012 bis zum Ablauf von Engels‘ Vertrag am 31. Dezember 2012.

Engels, der heute der Wahlkampfmanager des SPD-Kanzlerkandidaten ist, arbeitete seit 2012 für Schulz im Informationsbüro des Europaparlaments in Berlin. Trotzdem war sein offizieller Dienstsitz Brüssel. Das trug ihm unter anderem einen Auslandszuschlag in Höhe von 16 Prozent des Bruttogehalts ein sowie rund 16.000 Euro an Kostenerstattung für Dienstreisen, die größtenteils nie stattgefunden haben.

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Neue US Regierung: Alle Balkan US Botschafter bleiben im Amte

US Senator Asks Jess Baily to Clarify his Involvment with Soros NGOs  MacedoniaMonday, 30 January 2017

US ambassadors in the Western Balkans to retain their posts under the administration of Donald Trump

President Trump points at the crowd as he walks pass the inaugural parade reviewing stand in the 58th Presidential Inaugural parade in Washington D.C., January 20, 2017. U.S. Armed Forces personnel provide ceremonial support to the 58th Presidential Inaugural during the Inaugural period. This support comprises musical units, marching elements, color guards, salute batteries, and honor cordons, which render appropriate ceremonial honors to the Commander-In-Chief. (U.S. Army photo by Pvt. Gabriel Silva)

In December 2016 New York Times reported that then President elect of the United States of America, Donald Trump, has issued an edict requiring politically appointed ambassadors to leave their overseas posts by his Inauguration Day. This caused an uproar in the diplomatic community and the global media. To a layman, this sounds like a significant turn of events, but is nothing more than breaking of an established practice of granting of a few months grace period to the diplomats before appointing new ones. In reality, the resignation and replacement of politically appointed ambassadors at the end of the presidential term is an expected routine.

President of the USA (POTUS) can nominate and with the consent of the Senate appoint “Ambassadors, other public Ministers and Consuls”. United States ambassadors may be career diplomats hired as Foreign Service Officers or political appointees, both nominated by the POTUS. These political appointees can be people from non-government backgrounds. Around 70 per cent of the U.S. ambassadors are professional career diplomats.

The information of hastened and forced resignation of the U.S. ambassadors interested the public in the Balkans countries, since foreign ambassadors (especially United States ambassadors) are perceived as powerful political actors in the countries of their appointment. The fact is that all of the current top diplomats in the countries encompassing Western Balkans are career diplomats, unaffiliated with the old or new U.S. administration. All of them have been confirmed by the U.S. Senate around the end of 2014, and have assumed their posts at the beginning of the 2015. Since most career diplomats serve a tour of roughly estimating three years per term, we can expect regular cadre changes around the end of this or the beginning of the next year in the Western Balkans.

Albania: Donald Lu

He was sworn in as U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Albania on December 17, 2014 and assumed his position one month later. In the 25 year long career in the United States Foreign Service this is his first ambassadorial assignment. Before moving to Tirana, Albania he worked on the Ebola crisis in West Africa as Deputy Coordinator of Ebola response.

Bosnia and Herzegovina: Maureen Cormack

Ambassador Cormack officially became the U.S. Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina on January 16, 2015. She has joined the Foreign Service in 1989 and in early assignments served as Director of the American Centers in South Korea and Poland.

Croatia: Julieta Valls Noyes

Julieta Valls Noyes was nominated by former President Obama as Ambassador to the Republic of Croatia on March 26, 2015 and confirmed by the Senate on June 24, 2015. She has graduated from Wellesley College in 1984 and joined the Foreign Service the following year.

Kosovo: Greg Delawie

Mr. Delawie was sworn in as Ambassador on July 24, 2015.  He presented his credentials to the President of the Republic of Kosovo Jahjaga on August 21. His early State Department career included stops in Ankara, Frankfurt, and assignments in Washington.

Macedonia: Jess L. Baily

Ambassador Jess Baily was confirmed by the Senate to be the U.S. Ambassador to Macedonia in December 2014, but presented his credentials on February 12, 2015. He most recently served as Chargé d’Affaires at the U.S. Embassy in Ankara, after arriving there in July 2011 to serve as Deputy Chief of Mission.

Montenegro: Margaret Ann Uyehara

Margaret Uyehara was confirmed by the Senate to be the U.S. Ambassador to Montenegro in December 2014. Ambassador Uyehara has assumed office on February 19, 2015. She is a career member of the Senior Foreign Service, class of Minister-Counselor.

Serbia: Kyle Randolph Scott

Kyle Scott, a career member of the Senior Foreign Service, class of Minister-Counselor, presented his credentials as Ambassador to Serbian President Tomislav Nikolić on February 5, 2016. Thi is the first ambassadorial assignment for this expert on Eastern Europe and Russia.


This article has been produced with the support of the Balkan Trust for Democracy.

Macedonia And USA Must Defeat Their Enemies — Let’s Start With George Soros

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Wes Martin
Retired Colonel, U.S. Army

Macedonia has entered 2017 with a running start, setting itself into a strong global position with the recent election of experienced politician Nikola Gruevski as it’s Prime Minister-elect. However, the small, Balkan, land-locked country continues to face the flow of immigrants from the Middle East reaping instability in Europe, as well as the questionable intentions of George Soros’ Foundation within Macedonia’s civil society. Despite the change in leadership in USA, Macedonia clearly continues to face challenges, both internally and externally.

More than one million people have come from Turkey and through Greece trying to reach the European Union. And even though Macedonia is not the final destination, the country has managed the situation and the millions of people affected by offering safe passage through the Western Balkan route into Greece.

Macedonia has proved to be a strong, stable nation during this period of massive upheaval across a pivotal region in Europe. With the Syrian refugee crisis leaving the future of Europe uncertain, Macedonia has stepped in to play a leading mitigating role, and is doing its part to fight terrorism and the threat of ISIS. This future NATO member, despite its small size, has acted as the primary transit path for refugees escaping war-torn countries like Syria, taking extraordinary measures to address both the security issues and humanitarian concerns posed by the refugee crisis. What’s more, despite being surrounded by three EU and NATO member countries, and with increasing political instability threatening the Balkan region, Macedonia has been left to deal this crisis on its own.

Macedonia has played a major role in addressing a global issue that was dropped on its doorstep. And as an obvious result of dealing with these challenges, Macedonia has endured significant costs. But the efforts have helped make this under-the-radar country a vital ally in the fight against ISIS – and the fight against terrorism at large.

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Edi Rama Mafia: Albanian Minister Says Attacking Corruption Got Him Fired

Manjani: The government operates in violation of constitution

Prime Minister Edi Rama dismissed the Minister of Justice, Ylli Manjani today. The news was made public after a meeting the Prime Minister held with Assembly Speaker, Ilir Meta. Mr. Manjani later gave a press conference, where he spoke about …

Edi Rama, Premierminister Albania

30 Jan 17

Albanian Minister Says Attacking Corruption Got Him Fired

Justice Minister Ylli Manjani has accused Prime Minster Edi Rama and the government of firing him for speaking out about corruption and the scale of cannabis cultivation.

Fatjona Mejdini


The Albanian minister of Justice, Ylli Manjani in a press conference on Monday. Photo: LSA/Gent Shkullaku

Albania’s Minister of Justice, Ylli Manjani – from the junior coalition party, the Socialist Movement for Integration, LSI – has accused Prime Minister Edi Rama of sacking him for speaking out against corruption.

Rama’s order sacking Manjani was published without argumentation on the Council of Minister website and accompanied by the proposal to appoint Petrit Vasili, also from the LSI, as his successor. President Bujar Nishani is expected to decree the changes.

Journalists asked Rama after a party meeting about the official reason for Manjani’s dismissal but he did not want to comment. Instead the vice-prime minister, Niko Peleshi, said Manjani’s comments at the press conference showed that this decision was right. „His outburst in the conference showed why he could not be in the government longer,“ he said.

The press office of Prime Minister Rama later sent BIRN the formal reason for his dismissal, saying it was aimed at “improvement of the quality of the government and the better coordination of the work with parliament, and other stakeholders in moving forward the judicial reform”.

Less than an hour that his removal was made public, Manjani held a press conference, slamming Rama and his ministers.

He claimed he was removed for speaking his mind in the media and accused Rama of dismissing him for exposing the government’s misdeeds.

„I opposed an initiative of the ministry of Energy on road lighting since I found it corrupt, but the government passed it on the day that I was absent from the Council of Ministers,“ he noted.

He also said he had developed a hostile relationship with Rama and the government after declaring that the army needed to intervene to cleanse the territory of cannabis cultivation.

„The pressure on me become bigger when I spoke out as a concerned citizen over the cannabis cultivation sweeping the country,“ he said.

He said pressure on him also peaked when he sought the arrest of Klemend Balili, an Albanian businessman accused by Greece and other countries of financing a drug trafficking ring.

„I feel honored to be removed … I cannot take the responsibilities for the wide spread of cannabis in the country and for the support that businesses have made from illegal activities,“ he said.

Manjani’s removal from his post comes at a time when the rift between the two main parties directing the government has been growing. Other LSI ministers have openly accused high officials of Rama’s Socialist Party of corruption.

The move also comes at a time when important judicial reforms are undergoing their start with the vetting of the judges and prosecutors.

– See more at: http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/albania-justice-minister