Die EU und IMF Mafia will die Wasser Betrugs Privatisierung in Griechenland erpressen

Petition gegen Wasserprivatisierung in Griechenland

11. März 2017 / Aufrufe: 189 1 Kommentar

Wasser ist Menschenrecht, stoppt die Wasserprivatisierung in Griechenland!

Wir fordern die EU-Kommission und die deutsche Bundesregierung auf, in Griechenland nicht weiter im Interesse internationaler Großkonzerne und gegen den Willen der Menschen die Privatisierung des (Trink-) Wassers zu verlangen!

Wir verlangen die Offenlegung und Veröffentlichung jeglichen Schriftverkehrs sowie der Protokolle der mündlichen Verhandlungen zwischen der griechischen Regierung und den „Institutionen“ (sprich Vertretern der Gläubiger des Landes) in Zusammenhang mit dem geforderten Transfer der Wasserwerke von Athen / Piräus und Thessaloniki (EYDAP und EYATH) an den sogenannten (Privatisierungs-) „Superfonds“.

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Junckers ist halt vollkommen verrückt korrupt

Juncker fühlt sich in Griechenland besonders beliebt

3. März 2017 / Aufrufe: 506 Keine Kommentare

Jean Claude Junker meint, in Griechenland der beliebteste europäische Politiker zu sein.

Der Präsident der Europäischen Kommission, Jean-Claude Juncker, hat das Gefühl, in Griechenland besonders populär zu sein.

Ich bin in Griechenland der beliebteste europäische Politiker„, erklärte der Kommissions-Chef während einer Pressekonferenz, die er nach Abschluss der Plenums-Debatte über das Weißbuch der Kommission bezüglich der Zukunft Europas zusammen mit dem Präsidenten des Europäischen Parlaments, Antonio Tajani, gab.
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Kriminelle und Schläger Trupps für die Wahlen nun in Polizei Uniform in Albanien

08 Mar 17
Albania Debates Recruiting Volunteers to Aid Police

A draft law which would allow people to become unpaid volunteers to assist police officers has been submitted to parliament in an attempt to bolster the fight against crime.

Fatjona Mejdini
BIRN

Tirana

Albanian police officers. Photo: Interior Ministry

The draft law on recruiting unpaid volunteers to work alongside Albania’s police force and assist them in some of their duties is expected to be debated by MPs in parliament by the end of this week.

„The voluntary police officer is a volunteer who offers citizens and the state police help with enforcing the law, preventing crime and dealing with civil emergency,“ the draft says.

However, it does not detail what powers the volunteers will have or how many of them will be recruited. These issues will be decided by the Council of Ministers.

Volunteers assisting the police were commonplace during the 45 years of communist rule in Albania but the practice ended in the early 1990s.

Veli Myftaraj, a former general director of the state police, who started his career in 1973 in souther Albania town of Saranda during communism, recalls that at that time, people in the city assisted the force as volunteers.

„It was really very effective, we were supported by people who would generally will take of public order when cultural and sports activities were happening in Saranda,“ Myftaraj told BIRN.

„I’m really a big fan of volunteers helping the police and this is nothing to do with nostalgia for communism. This was a good part of that system and an effective initiative, so I’m glad that they have decided to bring it back,“ he added.

However, others were less enthusiastic about the initiative.

Arian Hoxha, the general secretary of the organisation Police Dismissed, which represents people who were sacked by the force in 2013 when the current goverment took power, said it would be better if the police got more resources

„It seems more a facade than an efficient initiative,“ Hoxha told BIRN.

– See more at: http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/albanians-split-over-the-return-of-volunteer-police-03-07-2017?utm_source=Balkan+Insight+Newsletters&utm_campaign=3def0491f1-BI_DAILY&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_4027db42dc-3def0491f1-308281289#sthash.rLKscbL3.dpuf