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Privatisation: Montenegro Prosecution Urged to Probe Arms Firm Sale

Dienstag, Mai 19th, 2015
 Promoteted by the EU – NATO Mafia, for EU Member Ship
News 18 May 15
Montenegro Prosecution Urged to Probe Arms Firm Sale

An anti-corruption watchdog has filed criminal charges against Montenegrin Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic following an investigation by BIRN into the privatisation of the country’s largest arms exporter.

Dusica Tomovic


Israel Mafia: Serge Muller

Prominent watchdog MANS urged the supreme state prosecution on Monday to open an investigation into the sale of Montenegro Defence Industry, MDI.

In an investigation published last month, BIRN revealed how the new owners of the firm were linked to a series of criminal investigations. 

Dejan Milovac of MANS told BIRN that his organisation had submitted evidence that state institutions had “gravely violated laws and procedures” during the privatisation process.

MANS filed a criminal complaint against Djukanovic in his role as the head of the National Council for Privatisation and Capital Projects, the body that approves privatization of state-owned companies.

It also filed a complaint against the president of the tender commission for privatisation, Branko Vujovic, who it accuses of allowing the “illegal” sale of MDI.

In the criminal complaint, MANS claims that Djukanovic and Vujovic facilitated the sale of MDI to a Serbian-Israeli consortium, contrary to the Law on Foreign Investments which states that foreigners can only own a maximum stake of 49 per cent.

MANS argues that the tender commission awarded the deal to the consortium of CPR Impex and ATL Atlantic Technology two days before a new law allowing foreign firms to take majority shareholdings came into force.

The government has rejected the allegations, saying that the Montenegrin NGO, which is well known, outspoken critic of the Prime Minister, “knows nothing about the law”.

MDI was sold official on March 4 to Belgrade-based CPR Impex and Israeli ATL Atlantic Technology Ltd for 680,000 euro.

A BIRN investigation revealed that the consortium is linked to Belgian businessmen Serge Muller, embroiled in criminal investigations into alleged drug smuggling, money laundering and arms trafficking.

Recep Erdogan in Tirana: Erpressung gegen die “Gülen Schulen” und er will mehr Migranten in die EU schicken

Donnerstag, Mai 14th, 2015

Die “Gülen” Schulen haben den besten Ruf in Albanien: Religions Frei, also vorbildlich. Fethullah Gülen, wird als Terrorist in Tirana verkauft, durch Recep Erdogan. Partner von Recep Erdogan, Wahl Kampf Financier schon seit 20 Jahren der Bin Laden Financier Yassin Kadi (Yassin Al-Quida), der mit US Pass überall herumläuft wo man Kriminelle braucht für Anschläge und als Bin Laden Financier bekannt ist.

14 May 15

Erdogan Takes War on Gulen Movement to Albania

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has called on Albanian authorities to deport followers of the controversial preacher Fethullah Gulen, calling his movement a terrorist organization.

Besar Likmeta


Turkey’ss President Recep Tayyip Erdogan hails Albanian Muslims at the inauguration ceremony of the Namazgja Mosque construction that started to be built in Tirana Wednesday, May 13, 2015 with a 30 million euro funding from Turkey. Erdogan held a visit to Tirana to discuss increasing economic ties with the small Balkan nation, heading a delegation of about 100 businessmen as he arrived in the capital for meetings with Albanian government officials. (AP Photo/Hektor Pustina)

Pursuing his well-known feud with the Gulen movement, Turkish President has used a visit to Albania to urge the mainly Muslim country to expel the movement as a terrorist organisation.

“You are aware that we are fighting a parallel [government] structure, which we officially consider a terrorist organization and which threatens our country and people,” Erdogan declared at the inauguration of work on Tirana’s new grand mosque.

“I know this structure also operates in Albania. With my brothers Edi Rama and Bujar Nishani I discussed this issue and I am sure that they will do the right thing,” he added.

On Wednesday in Tirana, he met with President Nishani, Prime Minister Edi Rama to inaugurated the start of construction of the city’s new grand mosque, which is being financed by Turkey to the tune of 30 million euro.

The Gulen movement is a transnational religious and social movement headed by the Turkish Islamic scholar Fethullah Gulen.

Since 1999, Gulen has lived in self-imposed exile in rural Pennsylvania in the United States.

Supporters of Gulen in the Turkish police and judiciary were believed to be behind a series of corruption claims in 2013, which have embarrassed Erdogan and threatened his power base…….

Pervers: Erdogan spricht über Terroristen, hat einen prominente Terroristen Financier: Yassin Kadi und hier im Video 1990 mit Gulbuddin Hekmatyar is killed 10 France Soldiers in Kabol (18 August 2008)


Erdogan from Tirana, calls on Europe “to take in more migrants”

Stavros MarkosumSManalysis – vor 22 Stunden
Source: Beta, AP TIRANA — Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has called on Europe to take in more migrants and refugees from Syria and Iraq. [image: (Beta/AP, file)] (Beta/AP, file) AP quoted him as saying that “his own country has borne the brunt of the refugee crisis and has been sheltering about 2 million people,” and spending “USD 5.6 billion to care for 1.7 million Syrians and 300,000 Iraqis living in refugee camps or in Turkish cities.” Erdogan made the comments in Tirana, where he met with Albanian President Bujar Nishani, and added that “developed countries should do th… mehr »

Crime Bosses Find Albania a Safe Haven

Dienstag, Mai 12th, 2015

Investigation 03 Apr 15

Crime Bosses Find Albania a Safe Haven

Fugitive drug traffickers and organized crime figures are evading European extradition requests by exploiting legal loopholes and Albania’s weak justice system.

Elton Qyno


Albanian MP Mark Frroku during an arraignment hearing in Albania’s Supreme Court | Photo by : LSA

Albania’s general director of police, Artan Didi, resigned on Tuesday after it emerged that an extradition request for MP Mark Frroku – the subject of a Belgian international arrest warrant for murder – gathered dust in Tirana’s Interpol office for more than two months.

In his resignation letter to Prime Minister Edi Rama and Interior Minister Saimir Tahiri, Didi accepted responsibility for the failure of the Tirana Interpol office to forward the request from Belgium to the prosecutor’s office.

“Procedural breaches by the Interpol specialist and the head of this sector have tarnished the image of the police,” Didi said. “Considering this incident as unacceptable for the institution that I head…I decided to present my irrevocable resignation from my post,” he added.

Tirana Interpol Chief Arben Bajraktari and an officer in the Interpol office, Loreta Alla, were detained on Monday, charged with abuse of office for stonewalling the international arrest warrant.  

Frroku has been convicted by a first-instance court in Brussels of the premeditated murder in 1999 of an Albanian citizen, Aleksander Kurti, in collaboration with three others.

On Tuesday, a parliamentary commission gave the nod to the prosecutor’s office to lift the MP’s immunity from arrest and start extradition proceedings in local courts.

However, there is no guarantee that the MP will ever be handed over to the Belgian authorities and stand trial in Brussels.

Although Albania generally complies with extradition requests from EU member states, over last few years high-profile fugitives accused of narcotics trafficking and organized crime have fought off extradition requests in the local courts.

These local court rulings have put Tirana at odds with its European partners and with its ambition to speed up its EU accession process.

Data that BIRN obtained from the General Prosecutor’s Office show Albania arrested 97 citizens or foreigners in 2014 acting on international arrest warrants, mainly from Italy.

The wanted fugitives were extradited in 64 cases. In 21 cases, foreign authorities agreed to convert the warrant to a recognition of the verdict in a local court. In seven cases, they withdrew warrants, while in five the extradition request was denied by local authorities.

Although cases where local courts denied extradition requests accounted for only a small minority of all extradition requests, court documents obtained by BIRN show they involved fugitives accused of serious crimes.

Frroku is not the only Albanian politician to be charged or convicted of a crime in an EU member state.

In 2012, a councillor in the city of Fier from the Republican Party, which was then a junior partner in government,

Fatmir Kajolli, was also detained acting on an Italian extradition request.

As in Frroku’s case, police were accused of sitting on the arrest warrant even though an extradition agreement between Italy and Albania came into force in September 2011.

According to the prosecutor’s office extradition request, filed with the First Instance Court of Fier, the Rome appeals court sentenced Kajolli to six years in jail in 2008 for drug trafficking and engaging in a “criminal enterprise”.

Earlier, in 2000, a court in Milan jailed Kajolli in absentia for 16 years for “taking part in a criminal enterprise whose goal was international narcotics trafficking.”

However, in June 2012, the First Instance Court in Fier rejected the extradition request, arguing that it was based on the Rome appeals court ruling and that there was no guarantee that once in Italy Kajolli he would not serve his Milan court sentence as well.

According to the Albanian court serving the two sentences would breach Kajolli’s “fundamental human rights.”

A few weeks later, the Appeals Court in Vlora upheld the lower court ruling, adding that the crime committed by Kajolli “did not damage the interests of Albania or Albanian citizens”.

Another high-profile case involves Arben Isufaj, a.k.a Ben Qimja, who was arrested on March 9, 2014, on an extradition warrant from Italy.  A court in Turin had charged him on several counts of trafficking in cocaine and with association with a criminal enterprise.

Italian prosecutors were able to prove that Isufaj had trafficked large quantities of cocaine from The Netherlands to Italy on several occasions between 2004 and 2005, in cooperation with others.

The Turin court issued an international arrest warrant. However, by the time the case made it to an Albanian judge in March 2015, the Appeals Court in Turin had dismissed the charge of criminal association, which was enough for the Albanian court to refuse the extradition.

“The European wide arrest warrant was issued based on a verdict that is not in force,” Judge Matilda Shala wrote in her decision to refuse the extradition and set Isufaj free.

Albanian fugitives have evaded extradition not only through using legal technicalities in local courts but also by escaping when placed under house arrest to await extradition.

A Rome appeals court jailed Vangjel Zijaj, a.k.a Arben Gropa in January 2004 for 32 years on charges of narcotics trafficking.

The owner of a tavern in Fier was arrested in February 2014, based an international arrest warrant issued by Italian authorities.  However, after his arrest, the court of appeals in Vlora changed his arraignment to house arrest.

By the time Gropa’s extradition request was finally approved a few months later he had fled house arrest and was nowhere to be found.

A similar fiasco occurred with another “businessman” with a criminal past, Gramoz Murataj from Vlora, who owns one of Albania’s largest sports betting companies.

An Italian court in the southern town of Lecce jailed him for narcotics trafficking and association in organized crime in 2004 for four years and six months.

Based on the Italian warrant, police in his home town of Vlora arrested him in April 2013.  Both the First Instance Court and the Appeals Court in Vlora approved the Italian extradition request.

However, Muartaj, was arraigned under house arrest and in the meantime fled detention. Albania’s Supreme Court quashed his extradition request in January 2014.

Gezim Celaj, from the town of Fushe Kruja, was also known as businessman, owner of several local supermarkets. He was arrested in September 2012, based on an international warrant, after a court of Trieste in Italy charged him in 2000 with association in organized crime and of running a prostitution ring.

Cela was jailed in several court rulings in Italy for a total of 19 years and nine months.

As his extradition request made its way through the courts in Albania, Cela was also put under house arrest.

However, while under house arrest he continued to run a cocaine trafficking network stretching across Albania and Kosovo.

After the network was discovered in June 2014, Cela fled house arrest and is now one of Albania’s most wanted fugitives.

A Tirana prosecutor, who spoke to BIRN on condition of anonymity, said some of the most wanted criminals were cleverly exploiting Albania’s weak justice system to evade extradition.

“The General Prosecutor’s office has filed a complaint in the High Council of Justice against several judges, but as we speak there has been no response from the Council,” he said.

“In all of these cases we requested the extradition of these individuals but in the end it is the court that rules,” he added with resignation.

This article was produced as part of the initiative “Raising Awareness About Corruption Through Investigative Reporting,” supported by the National Endowment for Democracy.

Das absurde EU und US Theater der Albanischen Justiz – Albanian Judges’ Wealth Escapes Scrutiny

Dienstag, Mai 12th, 2015

“capture State” Albanien und Montenegro: Die EU kritisiert den “Staats Präsidenten Bujar Nishani”

Reine Verbrecher Banden kontrollieren die Albanische Justiz: * siehe unten
100 Justiz Konferenzen – 7 Auslands Justiz Mission in Albanien in der “Systemkriminalität” und der “Systemkorruption” der inkompetenden EU und US Politik Zirkel


Zu den Gestalten der EU Mafia, welche Berichte fälschen und das Ukraine Debakel in ihrer kriminellen Hirnlosigkeit organisierten.

01 May 15

Albanian Judges’ Wealth Escapes Scrutiny

The 25 judges of the Tirana Appeals Court collectively own real estate worth more than 5 million euro, in spite of earning only modest salaries – but attempts to query their assets have gone nowhere.

Leonard Bakillari


Gjin Gjoni, a judge in Tirana’s Appeals Court was accused of hiding his wealth byt the case was dropped on procedural grounds | Photo by : LSA

A judge in the First Instance Court of Berat, who had only slight oscillations in his wealth over a period of eight years, was caught between a rock and a hard place when he bought a new apartment and investigators found an undeclared bank account.

In April 2012, Albania’s High Inspectorate for the Declaration and Audit of Assets, HIDAA, filed charges against the judge with the prosecution office for failing his asset declaration claim.

However, three months after the charges were filed they were dropped. Prosecutors blamed the inconsistencies in the judge’s wealth declaration on “forgetfulness, misunderstandings and misinterpretations”.

According to the charges filed by HIDAA, the judge bought an apartment for 65,000 euro, which he registered in its asset declaration disclosure as having cost €42,500). When prosecutors quizzed him over the difference, he blamed human error.

The judge was also accused of failing to disclose a bank account registered in his wife’s name that contained €13,400. He claimed he had no idea that his wife had set this amount of money aside.

According to the prosecution’s office file, which BIRN has obtained a copy of, the judge claimed the cash in his wife’s account was a gift from her parents. When prosecutors quizzed the judge’s father-in-law, he claimed the money had come from his earnings in trading coal.

“I made up to 30,000 lek per day from selling coal,” the old man declared. “I gave the money to my daughter because I was afraid of thieves,” he added.

As part of the investigation, prosecutors verified the source of the money that the judge used to buy a 120-square-metre apartment in the seaside town of Durres. The judge declared he had received several transfers through banks and informal channels from his son who had lived in the UK for ten years.

Although the judge’s son had never set foot in Albania between 2005 and 2010, he had allegedly transferred 11,000 pounds and 15,000 euro from England during that time to his girlfriend in Albania.

The problem with this story was that they had allegedly met in a gym in Durres in 2008, when the judge’s son was not in the country.

The judge also claimed his son had transferred the money in 2010. However, his girlfriend did not open an account in this bank until 2012.

Despite the inconsistencies in the judge’s story, the prosecutors concluded that there was not evidence to send the case to court.

The charge against the judge in the First Instance Court of Berat was one of ten cases filed against judges by HIDAA from 2004 to 2014.  Eight of the ten cases were dropped by the prosecutor’s office, however, while two remain under investigation.

Surprisingly rich judges:

The judge from Berat is not alone in having inconsistencies in his assets declaration.

BIRN reviewed the assets declarations submitted over the last decade of all 25 judges that sit on the bench of Tirana’s Appeals Court.

The data show that the 25 judges over the last decade disclosed millions of euro in financial transactions over real estate, luxury cars and company shares.

The asset declarations reviewed by BIRN also show that their net wealth grew exponentially from year to year.

However, HIDAA has been able to document legal breaches and has filed charges against only one judge from this court.

An official from HIDAA, who spoke on condition of anonymity, told BIRN that since this institution was set up more than a decade ago, it had never carried out a full review of the asset declarations of all the judges in Albania.

The institution has also had poor results when it comes to convictions. None of the cases filed with the prosecutor’s office over the past decade has ended in a conviction.

Of the 250 declarations of appeal court judges in Tirana that BIRN reviewed, it emerges that they collectively carried out more than 5 million euro in real estate transactions.

Two judges also declared ownership of entire apartment buildings, one located in the city of Vlora and the other in Tirana, while their value has not been disclosed.

The 25 judges have also not disclosed the book value of over 20 apartments, including land under ownership. Real estate transactions are frequent among the Tirana Appeal Court judges. The value of the homes they declared ownership of ranged from 14,000 euro to 200,000 euro.

The majority of the judges paid for these real estate investments though bank mortgages and loans from relatives. For example, one bought a property for 130,000 euro with the assistance of an aunt and uncle in Canada.

BIRN has discovered that over the last 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.

Spouses play a key role in the wealth declared by judges. In eight cases, the declared wealth of the judge’s wife exceeded his own. In three cases, they owned shares in construction companies. Spouses often received gifts in real estate, land and cash from family members.

Apart from accepting gifts from their own parents, the wives of judges also received big gifts from their fathers-in-law. In one case, the father of a judge gave his daughter-in-law two apartments, which were then rented out for significant sums.

Most of the savings of the judges in the appeals court are in cash, despite having bank loans at the same time. They also earn a considerable income from renting out apartments, shops and offices, often at above-market prices.

An accounting expert, Hekuran Vladi, who was asked by BIRN to review the assets declarations, noted that the wealth of the judges on the appeals court had grown year on year.



Absurdes Theater!

Das Theater mit den Umtrieben des Bujar Nishani, war ja 2007 überall bestens bekannt mit seiner Klientel Politik und Lügen, durch die EU PAMECA II Polizei Mission. Bald kann man 10-jähriges Jubiläum feiern, der Ingoranz, Inkompetenz der korrupten EU – US Zirkel.

Totale Sabotage der Justiz unter Kontrolle der Dümmsten von Albanien, wo praktisch niemand mehr wie 1 Jahr Jura studiert hat, die Meisten sind sogar Berufs fremd, mit gekauften Diplomen, wie etliche Justiz Minister. Das der Schwager von dem Mafiösen Richter Gjin Gjoni: Pjerin Prendi Verwaltungss Direktor im August 2014, berichteten wir bereits, wo das Lügen und Show Theater, durch die USA, EU und den Xhezair Zaganjori Zirkeln noch unverständlicher wird, weil es eine Schmieren Komödie ist. Die Albaner wandern aus, wegen diesem Betrugs Theater, sehen keine Perspektive mehr für ihr Land, ohne Gesetz, mit käuflichen Richtern und Phantom Gerichts Sitzungen und Zeugen, inklusvie Notar Bestätigungen, wo die Personen nicht anwesend sind.

Voice of America këtu, sandte ein Interview des Präsidenten Bujar Nishani, wo er nur noch Lügen verbreitete, weil er lt. Verfassung für das HCJ, die hohe Richter Bestellung und Kontrolle zuständig ist und nicht das HCJ, der Verwaltungs Chef: Pjerin Prendi (ë Sekretari i Përgjithshëm i KLD-së për të cilin flet Presidenti ), das im Verbrecher Sumpf der Justiz vom Schwager des Super Mafia Richters Gjin Gjoni geleitet ist, was einen unglaublichen Sumpf offenbart.

Ist Bujar Nishani so korrupt und dumm, das er Lügen verbreitet, die einfachsten Dinge der Verfassung nicht kennt, kann man bejahen.

Erst seit August eingesetzt als Verwaltungs Direktor der hohen Gerichts Kontrolle, des HCJ – KLD, wurde Pjerin Prendi, was die totale Vernichtung der Justiz und Übernahme durch Dumm Kriminelle rund um Salih Berisha, Bujar Nishani und dem Mafiosi Justiz Minister Nasic Naco erklärt.

Vor den Augen der EU, USA, wurde der Klientel Betrug der Albaner Mafia zementiert, alle Forderungen der EU und USA ignoriert, was den Justiz Aufbau, Neu Anfang zur tragischen Comedy Nummer macht der Europäer und Amerikaner, welche real auch keine Justiz wünschen, für ihre Privatisierungs, Lizenz, Geldwäsche, und oft sogar Drogen- Waffen und Menschenschmuggler Geschäfte. US Betrugs Geschäfte, sind mit Frank Wisner, Tom Rigde, US Botschaftern eine Legende im Kosovo und Albanien. Der US Polizei Aufbau “ICITAP” ein System der CIA Anwerbung für Anschläge , Schmuggel und Subversion, mit Kriminellen, inklusvie des Interpol Vertreters bis vor kurzem

Die EU Botsschafterin, eine Witz Figur, welche wie ein Kind daher schnattert, vollkommen inkomptend ist, sich wie kleine Kinder mit Konferenzen ihre Profil Neurose befriedigen.

Das US-EU “Failed-States-Building-Programm” – Albania Drive Against Corrupt Mayors Yields Few Results

Sekretari i KLD, kunat i gjyqtarit Gjin Gjoni

Bota Sot | 26.04.2014 09:18
Sekretari i KLD, kunat i gjyqtarit Gjin Gjoni

Pjerin Prendi sekretari i Përgjithshëm i Këshillit të Lartë të Drejtësisë, rezulton të jetë kunati i gjyqtarit të Apelit Tiranë, njëherësh anëtarit të KLD-së Gjin Gjoni. Mësohet se Prendi është emëruar në këtë detyrë që prej muajit Gusht të vitit të kaluar.

Në rrethin e familjarëve të punësuar në KLD hyjnë dhe të afërm të Elvis Çefës, duke e shndërruar institucionin e KLD-së në një model të klientelizmit dhe nepotizmit. Ndërkohë të pyetur nga gazeta “”, zyra e marrëdhënieve me shtypin ka deklaruar se nuk ka asnjë nepotizëm,pasi në KLD, janë të punësuar dhe persona që kanë lidhje familjare me deputetët e Partisë Socialiste si Fatmir Xhafa apo Olta Xhaçka.


Hipokrizia e “reformës” në Drejtësi: Si po tenton Presidenti të vendosë në krye të KLD-së… kunatin e Gjin Gjonit (!)

Eugen Vasili

Postuar më: 12 Maj, 2015 tek Aktualitet


Një intervistë e Presidentit të Republikës Bujar Nishani dhënë për Zërin e Amerikës tri ditë më parë kaloi pa shumë vëmendje.

Por në brendësi të saj ka një paragraf që zbulon se si Presidenti po tenton të ruajë status quo-në në Këshillin e Lartë të Drejtësisë.

Reformimi i këtij institucioni shihet si starti i reformës së shumëkërkuar në sistemin e drejtësisë.

Por reformimi i KLD është i lidhur ngushtë me emërimin e Nënkryetarit të ri, një post kushtetues shumë i rëndësishëm për organizimin dhe funksionimin e “qeverisë së Drejtësisë”.

Nënkryetari nuk po zgjidhet prej muajsh. Pse?

Sipas ndryshimeve të fundit ligjore ai duhet të zgjidhet prej një nga 3 anëtarët e KLD-së që janë votuar nga Parlamenti.

Këta tre anëtarë konsiderohen të mazhorancës.

Për të shmangur zgjedhjen e njërit prej tyre ën krye të KLD, është gjetur një marifet vërtet interesant që po vihet në zbatim nga Presidenti.

Lexoni pyetjen e gazetarit të Zërit të Amerikës: Këshilli i Lartë i Drejtësisë, u bë disa muaj që funksionon pa nënkryetar, një figurë kushtetuese dhe kyçe këtij institucioni. Kur pritet që ju të bëni emërimin e tij? – pyet ai

Dhe Presidenti i përgjigjet:

“Nënkryetari i KLD ka një detyrë specifike thjesht administrative. Nuk ka të bëjë me punën përmbajtësore të KLD. Ai është një antar si gjithë antarët e tjerë, por është i ngarkuar me drejtimin e administratës…”

191-724x1024A është vërtet kështu? Padyshim që jo. Kushtetuta, në nenin 147, pika 3, e shpreh qartë rolin e rëndësishëm kushtetues të Nënkryetarit.

Po atëherë pse flet në këtë mënyrë Presidenti? Pak rreshta më poshtë zbulohet dhe arsyeja:“Për fat të mirë, qysh para dy vjetësh është futur funksioni i sekretarit të përgjithshëm, i cili tashmë e zëvendëson krejtësisht nga pikëpamja administrative mungesën e nënkryetarit të KLD…” – thotë Presidenti i Republikës.

Një post kushtetues nuk mund të zëvendësohet me një nënpunës civil. Këtë e did he Presidenti që bën sikur nuk e di, por e dinë edhe juristët më të thjeshtë.

Ajo që ndoshta nuk dinë është që Sekretari i Përgjithshëm i KLD-së për të cilin flet Presidenti quhet Pjerin Prendi dhe është… ja gjejeni pak: Kunati i Gjin Gjonit, më saktësisht burri i motrës i futur në KLD në rrethana të qarta nepotizmi.

Gjin Gjoni është anëtari i KLD-së që nuk justifikoi dot mbi 2 milionë euro pasuri dhe që e mbylli çështjen me procedurë.

Të pamposhturin Gjin Gjoni duan ta heqin? Ai rikthehet dyfish, bashkë me kunatin dhe me paratë e paprekura.

Kush mendonte se në kampin e djathtë një kunat legjendar dilte e tepronte, e kishte pasur gabim. Ja dhe kunati i dytë / DITA

Andere Titel Story, vor einem Monat


Heute als Präsident, ist er Schutzherr von vielen Kriminellen, denn Ermittlungs Verfahren werden verhindert, durch die Immunität der Mitarbeiter des Präsidenten in einem einmalig aufgeblähten Apparat von Sigurime Alt Kommunisten und Idioten die keine Ahnung haben. Die Justiz wurde ausgeschaltet, wie das Interpol Büro übernommen, um die eigenen Verbrecher Kartelle: Straffrei zustellen. Gesuchte Verbrecher, erhielten im alten Verbrecher Monopol der Albaner, neue Identitäten, vor allem oft auch aus dem Kosovo und für die Tetova Mafia, was seit 15 Jahren auch schon bekannt war, mit der Skrapari Bande, des Ilir Meta.


*Detaje të tjerë mbi situatën në KLD dhe faksimile të procesverbaleve të KLD-së mund t’i gjeni sot në DITA print.

*Intervistën e plotë të Presidentit Nishani për Zërin e Amerikës video dhe text mund ta lexoni këtu

EU: Rule of law, main priority. Nothing stops prosecutors and judges to investigate

Romana Vllahutin, EU Ambassador in Tirana, declared in an interview for Top Channel that she will be direct during her mandate and will not speak with a diplomatic language. Vlahutin answered to the questions for the main priority established by the EU, the rule of law and fight against corruption.

Bank of Albania governor under pressure after theft probe

Samstag, August 16th, 2014

Bank of Albania governor under pressure after theft probe


The demand comes after the bank announced employees stole millions over a four-year period.

By Lindita Komani for Southeast European Times in Tirana — 12/08/14

photoAlbania central bank governor Ardian Fullani announced theft of more than $7 million by bank employees. [AFP]

Civil society in Albania is calling for the Bank of Albania governor to resign after it was revealed that bank employees stole more than $7 million over a four-year period.

The bank’s commission on money circulation and inventory discovered the theft and informed the country’s prosecutor office in late July.

The police have arrested 10 bank employees so far, including a department director, and are conducting an investigation.

The bank promptly replaced the unit heads at the money issuing department and two controllers at the security and protection department. It also announced it has appointed a new director.

But civil society organised protests in front of Bank of Albania offices in Tirana demanding bank governor Ardian Fullani’s resignation.

Civil society representatives said the theft has shown the corruption in the bank and has weakened trust in the country’s most senior banking office holder. “People are demanding the governor’s resignation or his being discharged by parliament. Furthermore, they ask that a parliamentary commission investigate theft and abuse in this institution,” Zirkov Disha, protest organiser, told SETimes.

Others said that the theft at the heart of the country’s premier financial institution is a crippling demonstration of corruption.

“Fullani established a banking law system in which the consumer could never protect himself against private banks. This has cost Albanian citizens billions and has caused the ruination of their well-being and life,” Altin Goxhaj, director of the Consumer Protection Office, an NGO in Tirana, told SETimes.

Parliament appoints the bank’s governor based on a recommendation by the country’s president. Fullani began a term of seven years in 2011.

The government said it wants to reassure citizens that it is carefully following the investigation.

“The government deems as equally important both the need for an exemplary punishment of the culprits, and exemplary positioning of the Bank of Albania upfront by respecting its independence,” the government said in a statement on August 6th.

The Albanian Association of Banks issued a statement last week to reassure the public that financial flows are not affected.

“Despite the grave incident, the entire financial system has undertaken the necessary measures to ensure a normal liquidity supply to the inter-bank market, while the commercial banks are constantly committed to comply strictly with the regulatory framework and take the necessary measures for the accomplishment of security and safety functions,” it said.

However, civil society representatives said the issue is much more than a technical monetary matter and if the governor does not resign or is not removed, they will step up protests.

“Albanian citizens have to be treated with dignity by the political class and the civil servants who get paid with taxes. Albanian citizens cannot be robbed infinitely,” Disha said.

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Albanien’s Mann Frauen: Last of the burrnesha: Balkan women who pledged celibacy to live as men

Mittwoch, August 6th, 2014

Last of the burrnesha: Balkan women who pledged celibacy to live as men

‘Sworn virgins’ exchange limited rights of women for freedoms of men in patriarchal Albania, Montenegro and Kosovo

Diana Rakipi, a Burrnesha or sworn virgin,

Diana, a burrnesha, plays a pipe at his apartment in Durrës, Albania. Photographs: Arben Celia/Corbis

The Italian border policeman seems puzzled. The Albanian passport he is holding belongs to a woman, but the hand that tendered it was that of an old man. An odd-looking fellow, with a deep voice, a weather-beaten face and silvery hair, topped by a beret worn in military fashion. Finally, the official said: “There’s a problem; this is a woman’s passport, whereas you’re a man.”

Diana (name changed) told us this story with a mixture of amusement and indignation. Who did the policeman think he was? She had been firm and answered: “Yes it is me.” The official apologised, adding: “Carry on, madam … Ahem, sir.”

His confusion is understandable. Diana is a burrnesha, one of Albania‘s last sworn virgins, women who opted to live as men to escape the domination of a patriarchal system, at the cost of taking a vow of virginity and chastity. The motives for such a choice were exclusively social, not prompted by sexuality or any physical changes.

This practice, which is dying out, is still little understood. It mainly occurs in Albania but reaches north into Montenegro and Kosovo. The term is derived from burra, the Albanian for “man”.

“I know of a sad case,” Diana recalls, “a young woman who fell in love with a man, but her family had promised her to someone else. The only way she could avoid getting married was to become a burrnesha.” Several decades ago arranged marriages were usual in Albania, though this is no longer true. Sometimes family ties were decided before a child was even born.

Refusing such a union could be taken as an insult, leading to a spiral of violence between families and endless feuding, subject to the 15th-century Kanun code of honour. The promise of marriage could be undone without dishonour by taking a vow of chastity.

Diana Rakipi , who works as a security guard at a clinic in the seaside town of Durres Pictures & Photos

“Personally, I made this choice to have more freedom,” Diana says. A spoonful of pink ice cream stops in mid-air. At the mention of choice, which merits special emphasis, she becomes more animated, or perhaps we should say “he”; Diana uses the masculine to refer to himself. His military background is written all over him, with a red cravat, a black beret and a tough look. He rarely smiles, but when he does it is quite openly.

Diana was 17 when he decided to become a burrnesha. Now aged 60 he swims regularly in the cold, grey Adriatic, visible from the window of the cafe at the port of Durrës where we met him. He is on home ground, embracing the waiter, placing his cigarette packet on the yellow table cloth like all the regular customers and lighting up.

“I was born in the mountains in the north, after my brother died,” he explains. His mother was from Kosovo, his father an officer in the Albanian army, stationed at Tropojë when Diana was born. The little girl spent the first nine years of her life in this small town on the border with what is now Kosovo.

Even then she was a tomboy. “My father always treated me as a boy. To some extent I took the place of my elder brother who died before I was born. And in myself, I felt like a boy,” Diana says.

At school, flouting hostile opinion, she wore trousers, played football and got involved in fights. Her only concession to her gender was her long hair, until she cut it, aged 17. She told her father, she wanted to be a sworn virgin and that her mind was made up. She would not take no for an answer.

Recalling his oath, Diana strikes the table. Then takes another drag on his cigarette. Even as a young girl, aged seven, he had started smoking the lula, the long Albanian pipe. In those days smoking was a man’s privilege.

Diana Rakipi, a Burrnesha or sworn virgin Diana shows a picture of himself as a girl aged 16. “A privilege for men … and women like myself,” Stana Cerovic says. Bent double, she struggles to roll a cigarette, starting again several times because her hands shake so much. It is cold and she is old, though she has forgotten exactly how old. “Maybe 72 or 75, I don’t know,” she says. But she remembers her first puff of smoke, aged five. Sitting in the only room in her home with any heating, she looks more like 100…………………

His life suits him. He has retired, after a career as a customs officer on the port in Durrës. He passes the time painting, taking photographs and cycling around the town. As a man, he is entitled to play a part in the reconciliation groups set up for families embroiled in blood feuds. He enjoys a certain prestige too, with family and friends. “I’m the man of the family,” he brags, though in fact he has two brothers. When one of his sisters wanted to marry an Italian, Diana crossed the Adriatic to check up on her fiance and his family, before giving his assent.


Jungfrauen, die Männer wurden

In Albanien galten Frauen lange nichts. Verlor aber eine Familie ohne Söhne den Patriarchen, übernahm eine ledige Tochter das Regiment und lebte fortan als Mann und Familienoberhaupt – ohne Ehe, ohne Sex. 40 solcher Schwurjungfrauen leben noch in dem Balkanland

Das Leben hat sie zu Männern gemacht

3. April 2009, 15:07 Uhr

Sie kamen als Mädchen zur Welt und haben irgendwann geschworen, als Männer zu leben. Um Familienoberhaupt zu werden oder auch nur ein Erbe antreten zu können. Burrneshas haben in Albanien eine lange Tradition. Von Nicol Ljubić

Burrnesha Diana Rakipi: Mashkullit që do më ngacmonte do t’ia prisja – See more at:

Albaner – Frauen

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    Albanien Kultur

    Afghanistan ? Kosovo / Nord Albanien! Kultur und Gast Freundschaft absolut Null

NATO Desaster Libya: Balkan Citizens Urged to Get Out of Libya

Freitag, August 1st, 2014

Balkan Citizens Urged to Get Out of Libya

Bosnia, Croatia, Macedonia and Serbia have called on their nationals to evacuate from Libya as violence among militia groups worsens in the conflict-ridden country.

Der übliche NATO Murks: Nato sieht Libyen vor dem Zerfall

50.000 Morde durch die NATO in Libyen und akutell ein Bomben Anschlag auf die Französiche Botschaft

Two people were shot dead when Libyan border guards opened fire to disperse hundreds of Egyptians and Libyans trying to cross into Tunisia to flee Libya’s growing chaos. Hundreds of Libyan families and foreign workers have fled their homes after two weeks of clashes between rival Libyan militias over Tripoli’s airport in the worst violence since the 2011.


Der Welt Terrorist NATO und die Libyen Folgen des Desasters


Made by US Mafia with Hillary Clinton: NATO Style: Libyen wird von kriminellen Banden beherrscht


SAS – Mi6: British SAS Terror Operation: Balkan, Irak, Pakistan, Libyen


2011: Libyen, Sahara wird ein Drogen Chaos Staat, was sowieso klar war, wer die NATO Terror Politik beobachtet, seit 1999

Croats Deport Macedonian Who Poked Rare Monk Seal

Freitag, August 1st, 2014

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Croats Deport Macedonian Who Poked Rare Seal

A man who prodded a rare seal on a beach near the Pula in the Adriatic has been fined – and deported after it was discovered he was in the country illegally.

Sven Milekic


Photo by G.Dallorto

A 56-year-old Macedonian, who ignored signs telling visitors not to approach a rare breed of seals, has been fined 200 euros for poking a rare monk seal on a beach full of other bathers near Pula, in Croatia’s northwest Istria region, on Wednesday.

Monachus monachus distribution.png Mediterranean monk seal range

The man was later deported after authorities discovered he was in the country illegally.

The man reportedly ignored signs warning of the seal’s presence and prodded it several times until it went back into the sea. The event was seen by numerous bathers and police soon intervened and informed the man that he had broken laws on protection of the environment.

Police fined the man 200 euro, which he paid on the spot. They later established that he was illegally present in Croatia, for which they arrested and deported him and banned him from re-entering Croatia for five years.

News of the disturbance of the seal drew general condemnation on social media, especially ater it was reported that the seal had been “attacked”.

However, most of the fury faded away on Friday when video footage of the event appeared, which suggested that the man had only touched the seal, apparently motivated by curiosity.

The Mediterranean monk seal is an endangered species on the Adriatic coast, and at one point was almost driven to the brink of extinction.

The seal lives on deserted reefs and coves, mostly on the Istrian peninsula, the North Adriatic and on some more remote islands to the south.

It is illegal to hunt it, kill it, or even disturb it by approaching it within a radius of 50 metres. Potential fines can range up to several thousand euro.

In the past there have been a number of cases of tourists disturbing these seals, mostly due to curiosity. A more aggressive violation occurred in May, when a group of tourists tried to pull a seal back into the sea.

Large anti traffic operation of the Greek army on the Greek – Albanian Border

Mittwoch, Juli 30th, 2014

NATO Member

July 30, 2014

Large anti traffic operation of the Greek army on the Greek – Albanian Border

Anti guerrilla operation Delta Force in Thesprotia with support of AH-64 Apache helicopters

Albanian movements involved in unrest in Skopje and from Kosovo who have been identified near the Greek – Albanian border, caused the sudden exercise of Delta Force “Pirpolitis 5/14″ at Thesprotia regiment.

Specific considered “adjacent nationalist extremist groups” (usually so designated groups who had founded the “Liberation Army of Camouria” – UCC) and combined with the fact the recent arrest Albanians revealed the crypt significant number of aggressive AK-47 rifles and ammunition in Greek Albanian border.

The exercise aimed at rapid development and transfer members of the special Delta Force, who are involved in a battle with rebel groups, to support attack helicopters AH-64 Apache.

The group of special forces transferred by helicopter UH-1H, and Defence sources reported that “Were all the planned to development time.”

Note that this is the first time in a proportional counter guerrilla operation Delta Force used attack helicopters.


Senior Kosovo Guerrillas Face Crimes Against Humanity Cases

Dienstag, Juli 29th, 2014

An EU report said top Kosovo Liberation Army officials will be prosecuted for crimes against humanity including murders and abductions but there was not enough evidence yet for organ-trafficking indictments.


Der Kosovo Terrorist (Einer von 10 Extremisten) Lavdrim Muhaxheri, ist heute direkt bei der Terroristen Organisation ISIS, ebenso von den Amerikaner finanziert. Zuvor war man im Camp Bondsteel aktiv, arbeitete für die KFOR und war mit den Amerikaner in Afghanistan.

Lavdrim Muhaxheri,apo i njohur si Komandant Muhaxheri


Lavdrim Muhaxheri para se lë lidhje me religjionin

Ekstremisti Muhaxheri në makabritete të reja. “Karriera” që nisi nga kampi i KFOR-it

Lavdrim Muhaxheri, kreu i luftëtarëve shqiptarë në grupin paramilitar të Shtetit Islam të Irakut dhe Shamit (ISIS), në luftë në Siri e Irak, ka botuar fotografi ku tregohet duke therrur njerëz. Fotot tejet grafike janë në një sajt boshnjak. Gazeta Express ka botuar një profil të ekstremistit, duke thënë se ai ka punuar për KFOR-in amerikan, në kampin “Bondsteel” dhe për NATO-n në Afganistan. Tre persona janë arrestuar dhe i katërti është në kërkim dhe të gjithë dyshohen për terrorizëm- aktivitete që i kanë bërë të lidhur me Lavdrim Muhaxherin. Së paku një i intervistuar nga Express, i kthyer nga llogoret e luftës në Siri, kishte mohuar që ai është komandant, por vetëm garant për shqiptarët që hyjnë në mesin e xhihadistëve. Express ka raportuar se mbi 10 kosovarë po përgatiten për sulme terroriste-kamikaze në Kosovë dhe se ata mund të godasin çdo shënjestër, nga Qeveria e deri te kampet e KFOR’it, pa përjashtuar as institucionet tjera të sigurisë.


Die grössten Gas Felder in Nah – Ost: Syrien – Hintergrund für die Terroristen Finanzierung der Amis, Israel, Katar, Saudis, Britten der “ISIS”


Unconfirmed Reports of Video of the Iraq Mass Executions by ISIS 
 Part of channel(s): Iraq (current event)


According to the video description, the place of the incident was “Tikrit” in Iraq, according to a video description, and describe themselves as Rafidis, which include Shiites, Iranians, Alawites ….. an imprecise term.

According to a Twitter Video Description the largest massacre of Shiites in Tikrit.

It is not known if it this video relates to the first massacre in Tikrit ago more than a month, or if they have committed more massacres.

The full length video of 36 minutes can be seen here, with the executions in the last 5 minutes.


Finally Proofs of Crimes of KLA Thaci and Limaj could be accused for killing Serbs.

Hashim Thaci, Fatmir Limaj and Jakup Krasniqi could be indicted for war crimes.

Tachi, Limaj and Krasniqi as war comanders




Special team, led by American Clint Williamson, couldn’t collect enough evidence on trafficking of human organs in the Yellow House case, despite three years of investigation, but it made a list of at least ten former commanders of KLA for whose involvement in war crimes there are strong proofs, says a reliable source of Blic.
Williamson is expected to publish his report on investigation on Monday, 28th of July, but our source says that it isn’t for certain that the names of the responsible are to be known immediately. Pink TV published yesterday on its website unofficial information that Thaci might be indicted next Tuesday, while our source says that there was a great pressure to remove Thaci and Ljimaj from the list of responsible.
Beside Thaci, Limaj and Krasniqi, Serbian war crimes prosecutor’s office has indicated that Agim Ceku and Ramush Haradinaj could also be involved in trafficking of human organs. According to information obtained by Blic, Haradinaj and Ceku are not on Williamson’s list at all.


Macedonia Jails Albanian Terrorism Trial Protesters

Six people were jailed for three years each for participating in violent protests in Skopje this month sparked by the terrorism convictions of six ethnic Albanians.