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25 years Comedy Show: Albania PM Declares ‚War‘ on Fiscal Evasion – Informality, submission to corrupt systems

Dienstag, September 1st, 2015
01 Sep 15
Albania PM Declares ‚War‘ on Fiscal Evasion

Under pressure from the IMF over falling fiscal revenues, Prime Minister Rama has pledged to engage 600 teams to fight the widespread evasion of the use of receipts for goods – although many see the threat as empty.

Gjergj Erebara


Edi Rama speaking to the media about his campaign against fiscal evasion on 31 August 2015. Photo: Malton Dibra/LSA

Albanians awoke on Tuesday to a new sense of alarm over fiscal bills. Coffee shops scrambled to use cash registers that were installed back in 2010 but rarely used since then.

Over the last month, several top officials including the Prime Minister Edi Rama have threatened taxpayers and consumers alike with heavy fines.

Owners of small enterprises like tailors and hairdressers have rushed to get registered in the National Business Registry, fearing reprisals.

“The war against informality [over payments] will be the focus of the next 300 days of the government with coordination between customs, tax directorate, labour inspectors and state police, as well as with the prosecutors service, consumers and businesses,” Rama said in a televised speech on Monday.

On Tuesday, Rama reinforced his initiative with another speech, adding that the campaign had been ducked for too long.

“For years, the necessary reforms had been avoided. Now it [Albania] has started to feel like a state. We are starting an operation against the chain of theft that in scientific language is called informality. The will and the attention of the government will be at a maximum. We are at war against informality,” Rama said.

Other officials warned that even consumers could be fined up to 1,000 leks (7.5 euros) if they leave a shop without taking a fiscal bill.

However, on Myslym Shyri street, one of the fanciest boulevards for shopping in the capital Tirana, things were running just as usual on Tuesday.

“They haven’t come here,” a shopkeeper told BIRN, referring to the inspectors. He continued selling fruits and vegetables to customers without bothering to print out any bills.

Albania signed a three-year agreement with the International Monetary Fund in 2013, securing cash in exchange for pledges to tighten fiscal discipline.

Following the agreement, the government increased taxes on profits, tobacco and fuel, hoping to increase revenues and so close the deficit.

This year, however, the higher taxation failed to result in an increase in revenues and the IMF mission ended discussions in June without an agreement, suspending its lending program.

While the government says it will end once forever the high rate of fiscal noncompliance in Albania, many doubt the campaign will bring anything new.

“There are several reasons to doubt whether it will work,” Ornela Liperi, editor-in-chief of Monitor, a weekly economic magazine published in Tirana, said.

“This campaign started well two years after this government came to power but after its experiments with tax hikes, it backfired,” she said.

“The government is also focusing on small businesses that are the main source of self-employment in the country but they don’t have the potential to increase budget revenue,“ she added.

„This [campaign] will only divert attention from the true sources of the tax evasion in the country, like traders of tobacco, big employers and big businesses. There is a widespread skepticism about how much the government is willing to do to punish big businesses that have strong political connections,” Liperi concluded.

Im Lügen und Betrugs Meer, der Deutschen Aussenpolitik, verbreitete man in 2008 über die GTZ, die angeschlossen Berufs Verbrecher und Lobbyisten diese Lügen, über Albanien in einem Betrugs Projekt:
Von was redeten die Berufs Verbrecher damals, wenn es weder eine Justiz gab, Drogen Barone, Mörder Freie Fahrt damals ebenso hatten! Was Deutsche Institutinen, ja Minister von sich gaben, gehört in die Abteilungs Gefängniss und Pyschatrie, wenn man von soviel krimineller Energie getrieben wird, im kriminelle Partnerschaften zu vertuschen und Milliarden schwere Geld Vernichtung.

Das hohe Wachstum, die politische Stabilität und die innere Sicherheit machen Albanien zu einem attraktiven Ziel für Investoren und die Lebensqualität Tiranas trägt zum guten Investitionsklima bei.

Hintergrundinformation zum Industriepark Durrës

der zuständige IHK Vertreter in Tirana: Nikolin Jaka, selbst wegen ordinären Betrug, Dokumenten Fälschung verhaftet, im Falle des Bechtel Autobahn Betruges, sagt heute klar, das die Behörden Geld erpressen von Investoren und Firmen Besitzern. Aber die Sitution war bestens bekannt ebenso vor 2005 bereits, wo die Schratzen der dümmsten Betrüger aus Deutschland halt ihre Geschäfte organisierten vor allem rund um den Lobby Verein DAW, finanziert wie immer vom Auswärtigen Amte, wie die Nonsens Universität der Nehemia Stiftung.*

über die Albanischen Phantom Industrie Zonen
Informality, submission to corrupt systems

By   /   27/08/2015  /   No Comments

Nikolin JakaTirana, 27 August 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency

Controls carried out by public administration in Albania, are often made in an abusive way and force many businesses to be involved in corrupt affairs by paying bribes to tax inspectors.

This is claimed by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Tirana, which calls upon all enterprises to say “no” to informality, stressing that this also puts an end to submission toward state corrupt structures.

Several businesses which were asked on the issue of informality and tax evasion and also on inspections by public administration, say that the reactions of these inspectors are absurd.

“Inspectors’ reactions during their inspections are: Angry when they do not find any legal violations and happy when they find legal violations”, entrepreneurs who have been subject to such inspections say.

These facts which have been denounced by businesses, are seen by the Chamber of Commerce as an appeal to put an end to informality.

Nikolin Jaka, head of the Tirana Chamber of Commerce, has offered a message for small and medium sized businesses. “I would like to encourage and inform every small or big entrepreneurs that informality and tax evasion are nothing else but their nightmare. To be informal, it’s a sacrifice and an adventure and at the same time, it’s also a submission to corrupt inspectors and systems”.

Jaka says that the Chamber of Commerce will back any legal reform taken by the Albanian government or any incentive of the opposition, which will serve for the formalization of economy and the fight without compromise of informality and tax evasion.

“Considering informality and tax evasion as the worst thing for the economy and private enterprise, we call on every entrepreneur who works in the Republic of Albania, to react in the fight against informality and tax evasion. Let us denounce every human phenomenon and procedure that enables the deformation of this important reform”.

A campaign has been recently launched in order to inform the public about the fight against informality, which is expected to start in September.

The government is expecting to collect 330 million euros during this campaign which is expected to last until the end of the year. /ibna/

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Islamist jihadists destroyed albanian church in Himari

Mittwoch, August 26th, 2015

Albanian State Police, construction police a crimi organisation:

Church: Shen Than - Dhermi - Albania Saint Antonius

Church: Shen Than – Dhermi – Albania
Saint Antonius

Albanian Church Demolition Angers Greece

 Athens has compared the demolition of the contested church of St Athanas in a village in southern Albania to the actions of Islamist jihadists in the Middle East.
Gjergj Erebara


Demolished church photographed on 26 August 2015. Photo: Facebook

Albanian police have demolished a contested church dedicated to St Athanas in the southern village of Dhermi, angering the Orthodox Church and neighbouring Greece, which supports the Church’s mission.
The Orthodox Church called it a vandalistic act of desecration and a violation of church property. Greece said the Albanians were behaving like Islamist extremists.
Police used heavy machinery to reduce to rubble the roof built in 1994 to cover the foundations of a much older church destroyed during the communist era.
The renovated church was declared an “illegal construction” by the local authorities in Himara municipality two weeks ago, pitting Albanian nationalists against the Greek-supported Orthodox Church.
Since news about the demolition order broke out last Friday, government officials, including the Prime Minister Edi Rama, described the church as an important part of the national heritage of Albania and pledged to restore it properly.
Albanians believe that in the 17th century, a well-known Catholic cleric served there and opened Albanian-language schools.
Speaking about the church, Prime Minister Rama said on Monday that “the old church in Dhermi will be regenerated in the name of national heritage [over] the ‚parking lot‘ that is illegal, which they call a church.”
Albanian nationalist historians and politicians have dismissed the Orthodox Church complaints as Greek nationalistic propaganda.
The southern Himara area has experienced several conflicts between Albanian and Greek nationalists during recent years. Home to a significant Greek minority, some Greek nationalists still dream of uniting the area to the Greek state.
The Greek government urged the Albanian authorities to stop the demolition and reacted angrily after the demolition went ahead, comparing it to the acts of Islamic extremists.
“The destruction of holy sites and objects of worship took place at least until recently in the wider region of the Middle East and North Africa at the hands of jihadists. Today we also saw such an act carried out in our neighbouring country, Albania,” a Greek Foreign Ministry spokesperson Konstantinos Koutras said on Wednesday.
“You will be informed directly of Greece’s moves in this instance towards Albania and the international community,” he added.

Die Griechische Kirche besichtig das Desaster, was Taliban Kriminelle anstellten, welche trotz Gesetze wie immer Straffrei ausgehen werden, weil es Albanische Kultur ist.

Ratifizierte Verträge mit Griechenland, hat Albanien erneut gebrochen, als man nun im Schnellgang die Reste der Kirche abriss, den illegalen Bau ebenso! Die Albanische Bau Polizei schlug um 4:30 morgens zu, damit es keinen guten Film gibt

der Bagger Nachts in Aktion, was wohl nur Minuten gedauert hat

26 Gusht 2015 – 09:33 | përditesuar në 17:44
Dhërmi, INUV rrëzon kishën
Athina:Si sulmet e xhihadistëve
Rama:Çdo ndërhyrje nga Greqia e papranueshme Basha për shembjen e Kishës: Është akt barbar
Të verifikohet ADN-ja e eshtrave të priftit – See more at:

Die Meinung echter Anwohner, der Einheimischen interessiert keinen der Hirnlosen Regierungs Banditen, welche mit Schmuggel, Diebstahl beschäftigt sind, wie die EU Commission und anderen NATO Banditen

Greece menaces Albania`s EU, for the Human Rights of the Greg Community and the Orthodox Churche
Die 1.400 Jahre alte Kirche in Dhermi, was selbst die Kommunistischen Zerstörungs Orgien überstand, nun zerstört und illegal bebaut von den selben Idioten oft aus Kukes und Tropoje, welche dann nach Deutschland kommen.
Shen Thanasi - Dhermi

After 20 years, times when Greece has put Veto for the aids from EU to Albania, this is the first time that happens seriously
Foreign Ministry spokesperson’s response to yesterday’s announcement from the Albanian Foreign Ministry’s spokesperson regarding the episodes that took place at the Holy Church of Saint Athanasios in Dhërmi, Himarë

Sunday, 23 August 2015
“Yesterday’s announcement from the Albanian Foreign Ministry spokesperson regarding Albania’s commitment to respect for and full protection of the individual, religious and property rights of the minorities in Albania was very encouraging.

As has been the case until now, Greece will be at our neighbouring country’s side on its course towards Europe, on the condition, of course, that Albania fully meets all of its obligations provided for by international law and the European acquis.

This, moreover, is why the Foreign Ministry is awaiting the response of and the taking of immediate measures by the Albanian government regarding what occurred at the Holy Church of Saint Athanasios in Dhërmi, Himarë.”

Greece’s Foreign Ministry described Albania’s response on Saturday regarding the country’s commitment to respect and fully protect individual, religious and property rights of the minorities as “very encouraging.”

The statement follows an incident that occurred at the Holy Church of Saint Athanasios in Dhërmi, Himarë, when residents of Greek-descent tried to stop local authorities from demolishing the church.
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„SOT“ Newspaper: The billionaire Samir Mane, is supporting by the Rama`s Government to built touristic village in Draleo

„SOT“: Rama pact with VIP client of Sali Berisha, Samir Mane, gives tourist village in Dhërmi

Prime Minister Edi Rama abuses and blows up the confidence of one million Albanians account and clan interests of Sali Berisha. The sudden turnaround in relations between government and customer first revival of Sali Berisha, Samir Mane. After intense meetings and flirting with several Cabinet ministers, monopolies man, Samir Mane, has changed „plate“ with Prime Minister Edi Rama, taking not only to guarantee the inviolability of corrupt concessions that gave Sali Berisha, but is receiving benefits of other new government.

While 1 million Albanians, primarily, voted to demolish the monopoly mafia of Sali Berisha, the country’s new Ptime Minister further positions monopolies dominant symbol in Albania, Samir Mane. What has happened? Prime Rama Samir Mane has given permission to build a resort in Dhërmi. Everything in the service function, is the name, Samir Mane. While Sali Berisha, just before the fall from power, gave Samir Mane, Drymades beach, Prime Rama, in 8 months after the constitution of the new government, gives to Mane, permission to build a resort in Dhërmi, writes the newspaper „SOT“.

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Oligarchs protect massive buildings in Himara Region with Private Police

Photo: Police Private from Tirana, during confrontation with the Orthodox Community in Permeti

Drymades: Cars of Private Police, moving to the national road, armed being frightened the residents

The State Police, is in support of oligarchs constructions, but does not want to confront with the population, which is looking like them as“fascist invaders“

Fear of any organized attack by residents, has added private armed policemen, mostly coming from Tirana

Drymades, Himara Region. In parallel with the approval of the government Rama, the construction of tourist villages, there is a qualitative increase of the private police forces, which move during national road, but also in the places where oligarchs undergoing construction.

The situation is in tense, as much as people say that these buildings will not be allowed, although the Government Rama and the Himara Municipality belonging to the Socialist Party in power, the residents say they would either be canceled or will break away from the legitimate owners and the people of Himara.

Meanwhile the Albanian State Police, stands as a neutral, not interfering in any confrontation, but by supporting of the construction oligarchs, their police,which  are licensed by the Albanian Government.

According to sources inhabitants resident, spread of the phenomenon of private guards armed with Kalashnikovs, clearly points to a confrontation that can occur between local residents and police private mercenaries, whose properties are taken to the falls decisions of the Albanian Courts.

The Pan Himarioton Conference held in 2005 in Tirana, an NGO financed by the USA, has decided unanimously to stop the cosntructions of the Tourist Villages and other massive buildings, which represents oligarchs, that build tourist oasis, in contrast to the projects for the preservation of World Heritage area of the Himara Region.

Erdogan „launders millions by building mosques in Kosovo“

Dienstag, August 18th, 2015

August 17, 2015

Erdogan „launders millions by building mosques in Kosovo“

Millions of euros are flowing from Turkey to Kosovo „through illegal routes, bypassing banks,“ according to the Pristina-based Albanian language daily Zeri.

Source: B92, Tanjug, Zeri

(Tanjug, file)
(Tanjug, file)

Moreover, this media outlet said that Recep Erdogan’s authorities are using this to „launder money.“
The paper says millions are arriving in Kosovo „but not as investments or to help the economy, or fund projects, but to rebuild religious structures.“

„Most of the investments undoubtedly expose Erdogan’s major money laundering via Kosovo,“ writes Zeri in an article it said is being published „after a two-month investigation.“

Dozens of new mosques in Kosovo „as well as the renovation of all the existing ones built during the Ottoman Empire“ are financed through one big donor, the Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA), states the paper, and points out that the agency was established by the Turkish government, and is directly managed „by the embassy in Turkey.“

TIKA keeps its finances secret in most cases, since there is no official data on how much money is being invested. There is suspiction that the money is being brought in illegally and not via bank accounts,“ said the article, and added that a list the daily’s reporters had seen at the Central Bank of Kosovo showed TIKA has invested less than three million euros in Kosovo from 2009 until 2014 – out of that 1.2 million in the Sinan Pasha mosque in Prizren alone.

From 2011 until now TIKA and several other Turkish investors also renovated about 30 mosques and religious structures „from the Ottoman period.“

The paper adds that TIKA is exempt from paying taxes in Kosovo and employs only workers from Turkey.

Turkey was among the first countries to recognize Kosovo, and Erdogan has been on several occasions reported as openly „lobbying for Kosovo.“

Also, the Turkish president caused a stir two years ago in Prizren when he said that „Kosovo is his second country.“

The then Turkish prime minister said that the cultures of Turkey and Kosovo may be different, but that their citizens belong to the same country.

This was followed by a harsh reaction from the Serbian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the public in Serbia, but Erdogan’s cabinet announced that there will be no apology and that his statement was „misinterpreted.“ It was announced later that the the statement was incorrectly translated and that Erdogan did not say that „Kosovo is Turkey, and Turkey is Kosovo.“


Organizatat mashtruese të Erdoganit në Kosovë (Foto)

Organizatat mashtruese të Erdoganit në Kosovë (Foto)



Besiana Xharra • 18 Gusht 2015 • 08:05 •

Kanë aplikuar për leje ndërtimi për banim individual (shtëpi dykatëshe), por shteti turk përmes organizatës së saj, po ndërton shkollën e parë në qytetin e Pejës, për mësime kuranore, i cili tashmë është para përfundimit.

Investitori i shkollës për mësime kuranore në Pejë, është Departamenti për Çështje Fetare në Turqi, “Dijaneti”, që vepron në kuadër të presidentit Rexhep Erdogan, e cila nga paslufta ka marrëveshje me Bashkësinë Islame të Kosovës (BIK). Në dokumentet që posedon gazeta “Zëri”, “Dijaneti” ka aplikuar në Drejtorinë e Urbanizmit në Pejë, për të marrë leje për ndërtimin e një objekti “banim individual” dykatësh në Pejë.

Por qëllimi ka qenë tjetër: ndërtimi i institutit “Hivzi Mehmet Akif Ersoj” për mësime kuranore, e cila ka filluar. (Lexoni shkrimin e plote ne numrin e sotem te gazetes Zeri ose versionin online me parapagim )


CEO of Makpetrol: Andreja Josifovski Charged with Fraud

Sonntag, August 16th, 2015

like „Maidan“ stile, with Oligarchs and criminals


Nedelkovski: There are Americans killed among Terrorists in Kumanovo
Monday, 18 May 2015

„The six horsemen of the apocalypse, the so called „western“ ambassadors didn’t wait a single day for us to even bury the Macedonian heroes, they rushed to meet with president Ivanov and Gruevski, to blackmail, to „insist“, to request, to demand!!“ writes Nedelkovski.

„The basic requests were layered like a baklava, you know, the usual suspects, judicial reforms, protection for whistleblowers (I assume the same protection US granted Manning and Snowden?), political dialog and similar cr*p, but the Real Request Was for the Courts Not to Release the Name of the British Ambassador as Directly Ordering the Coup“ says Nedelkovski adding „Just as Important was to Hide the Names of 4 Americans and British Terrorists Killed in Kumanovo“ The four came from the US Base in Kosovo, BondSteel.

CEO of Makpetrol Charged with Fraud
Friday, 14 August 2015
Macedonian petrol station tycoon Andreja Josifovski has been charged on Thursday with defrauding the company he manages, Makpetrol, in favor of another company under his control where he has a greater ownership share. Makpetrol, which is the old, Communist era monopoly chain of gas stations, still dominates the market in Macedonia dwarfing its competitors.
Josifovski (63) is charged together with 17 other Makpetrol managers and board members, as well as three officials from the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Central Securities Depository and the Central Registry. Josifovski, who is Chairman of the Executive Board of Makpetrol, and the other Makpetrol managers, are charged with transferring 19,95 percent of the shares of the company to a newly formed transportation company named Oilko in 2006. The investment in the new company, which also has Josifovski as manager and its largest private shareholder, was not approved by the Assembly of shareholders of Makpetrol. For this, Josifovski and another Makpetrol manager and Oilko co-founder are charged of defrauding Makpetrol of shares worth about 6 million EUR. The board members of Makpetrol, and the three officials of the institutions tasked with overseeing company registration and the stock market are all charged with failing to prevent the formation of the new Oilko company, and failing to prevent the unlawful transfer of stocks from Makpetrol to Oilko.

The Interior Ministry, which made the charges public on Thursday, also says that under Josifovski’s watch, Makpetrol signed a long list of contracts with Oilko, for transportation of oil and other services, in which Oilko made hefty profits while Makpetrol made record breaking losses. Josifovski and the other Makpetrol managers and board members are charged with siphoning nearly all profits from Makpetrol to the newly formed company, defrauding in the process the over 2.500 shareholders of Makpetrol, including many them its current and former employees.
„After Oilko was founded, its ‚mother‘ company Makpetrol signed a large number of contracts with the ‚daughter‘ company Oilko, in which Oilko is recording large gains, while Makpetrol is making record losses. An analysis shows that Makpetrol had net revenue of 1,28 billion denars (18,5 million EUR) between 2002 and 2007. But, in the period between 2007 and 2014, Makpetrol has operated with a net loss of 446 million denars (7,3 million EUR).
Oilko, meanwhile, has recorded net gains of 230 million denars (3,7 million EUR) between 2007 and 2014. This raises the suspicion that the revenue generated by Makpetrol was siphoned into Oilko“, the Interior Ministry writes in the press release published on Thursday.
Makpetrol hit back against the charges, calling them biased, and insisting that the creation of Oilko and the business relationship between the two companies is legal. „The entire procedure was performed under the law and legally and there are no violations of the law. Our assumption is that the criminal charges filed by the Interior Ministry are biased and are a response to a recent court case in which it was established that leading Makpetrol managers were unlawfully taxed, and the Internal Revenue Service was asked to pay back the illegally withheld taxes“

The case is well known to the Macedonian public, and over the years media would report on the curious relationship between the largest chain of gas stations that started to operate under a loss, and its newly founded transportation company. Dozens of shareholders asked the Assembly of shareholders to discuss this situation in 2013, claiming that Makpetrol is paying hugely inflated prices for services performed by Oilko.

At the time, Josifovski responded that Oilko is being turned into a modern, Makpetrol led oil transportation company with 200 employees, while Makpetrol itself is struggling due to old, non-performing loans. The shareholders would also raise the issue of Josifovski’s personal reimbursement, which, at between 250.000 and 400.000 EUR per year, regularly broke the Macedonian record for CEO payments and bonuses, despite the fact that Makpetrol was operating with a loss at the time.
The case is certain to get a political dimension, given that Makpetrol owns the Telma television station. This once unassuming TV station best known for its art and culture programs, spent the past months hiring many of the most vocal opposition oriented journalists in Macedonia, and became the go-to station for the political left during the 2015 wiretapping affair.

Kosovo und Albanien, haben Weltweit die teuersten Tankstellen

Samstag, August 15th, 2015

Schon in Mazedonien ist der Sprit erheblich günstiger, was auf die Mafiöse Monopol Stellung der Politik Oligarchen und Schmuggeler Mafia zurück zuführen ist. Beide Länder sind vollkommen überversorgt mit Tankstellen, wobei Sprit Betrug zum Standard Geschäft ebenso gehört. Der Verbrecher Organisation des Hashim Thaci, gehörten die Tankstellen im Kosovo, wo es inzwischen über 1.100 gibt, soviel wie in der Türkei.

Gepantscher Sprit, mit Wasser, oder Alt Öl vermischt, oder minderer Qualität ist ein Standard bei vielen illegal errichteten Tankstellen in Albanien. 10 % gepantschter Sprit gibt es in Kroatien. Man muss wissen, welche Tankstellen Ketten, sauberen importierten Sprit kaufen.

Contraband of fuel and high prices are damaging Albanians

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gasTirana, 14 August 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency

Household and business economies are significantly being damaged due to the high fuel prices, which have a low quality, do not meet standards and which are smuggled.

The truth is that a number of petrol stations in the country sell fuel which has been produced in local refineries, where the quality is very low.

A little amount of the fuel is imported although petrol stations claim that they sell imported fuel.

Economy expert, Mateo Spaho, says that the rising cost of fuel is being a burden to Albanian citizens on a daily bases and he considers it “a financial pincer which brings only poverty and misery”.

Currently, a liter of fuel in Albania costs around 190 ALL or 1,4 Euros, while in neighboring FYROM, it costs 85 cents and in Montenegro it costs around 1 Euro a liter. A similar price is applied in Kosovo and in Greece, fuel costs 1,1 to 1,2 Euros a liter.

Spaho, who is the national coordinator for economic affairs at the Democratic Party, says that the price of fuel today was supposed to be at least 24 ALL (20 cent) cheaper, “if it wasn’t for Rama’s tax”.

“The highest price of fuel in the region and beyond, has brought other extra costs for Albanians in every product and life sector, which are affected by transport and by products of fuel”.

Spaho also says that Albanians “today we pay as much as the Finnish, Danes and Swedes, while we know that incomes in Albania are much lower than in these countries”.

While we hear news of the falling price of fuel in Europe and all around the world, in Albania there’s only increases and the price now amounts to 190 ALL per liter.

The reasons relate to high taxes and excise that increase every year.

Although prices in world markets have seen a drop, this is not reflected in the Albanian market.

Spaho says that tax evasion and contraband are also causes for this.

According to him, “massive contraband of the prime minister’s friends, who have benefited up to 100 million USD, has been added to the rising price of fuel. This money has ended up in the pockets of corrupted government officials and not in roads, schools, kindergartens, increases of pensions or salaries”. /ibna/

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US Al-Quida Zentrale „Bondsteel“ Kosovo – Number of businesses going bankrupt in Kosovo growing

Freitag, August 14th, 2015

Wenn die Mafia zu dumm ist, geht überall deren Geschäfte in den Bankrott, oft wurden Ausländer zuvor betrogen, was einfach ist, wenn eine Justiz ein kriminelles Enterprise im EU, US Debakel korrupter Politiker ist. Spiel Ball von Dumm Kriminellen Schlägern ist der Kosovo, wie es in UN Reports steht. Der PATE: Deutsche und US Politiker, oder was sich so nennt. Alles Geschäft, immer mit Kriminellen, Mördern, Terroristen.

 Der republikanische Präsidentschaftskandidat Jeb Bush sagte gestern, dass die von den Vereinigten Staaten angeführte Invasion im Irak, um Saddam Hussein zu stürzen, ein „ziemlich gutes Geschäft“ gewesen sei.
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It was a pretty good deal for defense contractors.

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Selbst Versorger: Wirtschafts Lobbyisten und Berater im Kosovo und Balkan

Number of businesses going bankrupt in Kosovo growing


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Pristina, 11 August 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency By Elton Tota Number of businesses that go bankrupt in Kosovo within a year is very high and concerning. According to the data from the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, for the first six months of the year, 909 businesses have ended their activity and only 18 foreign […]

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Albanian party threatens to organize fierce unrest

Stavros MarkosumSManalysis – vor 1 Tag
The Self-Determination Movement has threatened to organize the most fierce unrest so far and blockades of all institutions in Kosovo. Source: Tanjug Wednesday, August 12, 2015 | 11:26 [image: (Beta, file)] (Beta, file) This opposition party in the Kosovo assembly announced it would do so if Pristina „accepts to form a community of Serb municipalities.“ The party’s general secretary, Dardan Molicaj, told a KTV Interactive broadcast that these would be „the most radical protests ever seen“ that will fall short only of war. „All that will be missing will be war. Public and private ins… mehr »

Die NATO verwaltet, ihren Al-Queda Mafia Staat, denn es gibt viele gute Auslands Posten, gut dotiert mit Auslands Zulagen, wo die Auslands Zulagen – steuerfrei natürlich bereits nach 2 Tagen, das Monats Gehalt im Kosovo übersteigt.


Der Kosovo, Al-Kaidas neues Zuhause

von Freeman am Dienstag, 26. November 2013 , unter , , | Kommentare (9)
Wir wissen schon lange, mit der Schaffung des künstlichen Gebilde genannt Kosovo durch die NATO, hat die Balkanmafia einen eigenen Staat bekommen. Der ehemalige Staatsanwalt, Abgeordneter des Europarats und Mitglied der OSZE-Kommission für Menschenrechte, Dick Marty, hat in seinem Bericht den er dem Europarat 2012 präsentierte klar aufgezeigt, dass der Premierminister…
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Deutschlands grosse Verbrecher: Aufbau der grossen Verbrecher Netzwerke im Frauen und Drogen Handel

Tony Blair and Hashim Thaci UÇK leader; Secretary Albright greets Hashim Thaci; Holbrooke with an UÇK commander, summer 1998.

Joschka Fischer und der Morder /  Terrorist / Drogen Boss: Hashim Thaci, als zukünftiger Geschäftspartner von der SPD, Grünen Partei, Michael Steiner, Rückers und natürlich von der FES (Friedrich Ebert Stiftung) um den Kosovo durch sogenannte “Projekte” auszurauben und die Aufbau Gelder durch die korrupten Deutschen Politischen Strukturen zu unterschlagen.

Budva Mayor Mafia jailed in the ZAVALA case: Rajko Kuljaca – Dragan Marovic

Donnerstag, August 13th, 2015

13 Aug 15

Montenegro Arrests Bosses of Scandal-Hit Resort

Montenegro police on Thursday arrested the mayor of the resort of Budva and four other top officials on corruption charges.

Dusica Tomovic


Budva mayor Lazar Radjenovic.

Police on Thursday arrested several leaders and officials in the scandal-hit municipality of Budva on suspicion of abuse of office and of damaging the local budget to the tune of several million euros, local media reported.

Mayor Lazar Radjenovic, former mayor Rajko Kuljaca, deputy mayor Dragan Marovic and local official Milena Marovic Bogdanovic are all under arrest – as is Alexander Ticic, an advisor to Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic.

Marovic and Marovic Bogdanovic are the brother and daughter of Svetozar Marovic, the former president of the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro.

Five other local officials have also been arrested in a case that centres on illegal construction work carried out at Jaz beach and the TQ Plaza building in 2007 and 2008.

They are suspected of abusing their offices to benefit a private company and of damaging the municipal budget by more than 2 million euro in the Jaz beach case alone.

Kuljaca and Marovic were already sentenced last July in a case involving illegal construction work at Zavala hill in Budva in 2007 and 2008.

Kuljaca was jailed for five years while Marovic was jailed for four. The Court of Appeals earlier this year overturned the verdict, however. The retrial is pending.

Mayor Radjenovic was earlier arrested in 2013 on suspicion of having lost the town 2 million euro in 2007 when he offered coverage to a private company, Luna SP, with no guarantee….


The Russian „ZAVALA“ Mafia:

06 JUN 12 / 10:46:14
Montenegro Court Jails Former Mayor of Budva
Court hands out jail terms to former mayor of Montenegrin resort, his deputy and nine others in the so-called Zavala case.
Milena Milosevic BIRN Podgorica
Podgorica’s Superior Court on Tuesday delivered a first-instance verdict against 11 indictees in the case of illegal construction work at Zavala hill in Budva in 2007 and 2008.

Rajko Kuljaca, former mayor of the coastal resort, and Dragan Marovic, his deputy, were found guilty of abuse of office to the benefit the private company, Zavala Invest, and to the detriment of the municipal budget.

Kuljaca was jailed for five years, while Marovic, brother of Svetozar Marovic, the former president of the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro, was jailed for four years.

Nine others, mostly indicted for helping Kuljaca and Marovic, received a total of 21 years in jail.

One of them, Djordje Pinjatic, is an MP for Montenegro’s ruling Democratic Party of Socialists.

Following the verdict, Marovic emphasized his surprise about the length of his jail sentence.

Borivoje Borovic, Kuljaca’s lawyer, said the verdicts had been reached under the pressure of certain foreign embassies.

The EU has made a more effective fight against organized crime and corruption one of Montenegro’s seven key priorities, if it wants to advance towards EU membership. The country has been frequently urged to prosecute more high-profile corruption cases.

Micunovic and Djukanovic at war over ‘Zavala’ construction affair

BELGRADE – As ‘Blic’ learns Brano Micunovic, the boss of Montenegrin criminal scene with huge influence on the power is at war with until yesterday Prime Minister and a close friend Milo Djukanovic.

Budva panorama: Brawl over Zavala bay

The conflict between them erupted over the ‘Zavala’ affair in which Rajko Kuljaca (Mayor of the Town of Budva), Dragan Marovic (City Hall Vice President) and another nine town officials were arrested.

The affair which broke out at the end of December last year caused immediate conflict between Milo Djukanovic and Svetozar Marovic, until recently Montenegrin Deputy Prime Minister whose brother Dragan Marovic was among the arrested for abuse of office (illegal construction of residential apartments at Zavala near Budva).

Milo Djukanovic

Their conflict caused splitting within the ruling DPS party and separation of party’s board in Budva which is openly supporting arrested city officials.

‘Bruno Micunovic supported Budva’s DPS board. He has a special reason to be active in the ‘Zavala’ affair. That reason is his investment in Zavala’, our well informed source says. The amount of his investment as well as his relation with the investor, Russian businessman Sergey Polonsky are not known.

Italian indictment
Micunovic and Djukanovic were brought in official connection in one case only – the case of cigarette smuggling led by a prosecutor of Italian Directorate for fight against mafia. For years Djukanovic has been referring to immunity. Micunovic is suspected to have ‘guaranteed protection to Italian mafia members hiding in Montenegro in exchange for profit from illegal cigarette smuggling from Montenegro to Italy’.

‘It is clear, however, that because of ‘Zavala’ Micunovic has turned his back to Djukanovic and is not hiding it. It is sure that this affair is going to have far more serious consequences than those expected initially’, our source adds.

Brano Micunovic

Unofficially Bruno Micunovic used to be brought in connection with numerous criminal offences in Montenegro, but also in Serbia and Croatia. Officially only one criminal court proceedings was led against him in Montenegro for murder of Radovan Kovacevic in September of 2001 in front of the Clinical Center in Podgorica. The charges were lifted due to lack of evidence. 

His name was also brought in connection with business deals worth millions of EUR and with criminals such as Djordje Bozovic, Zeljko Raznatovic Arkan, Stanko Subotic and Darko Saric.

Dragan Becirovic, Pate von Budva wurde erschossen

The German, British, US Money Laundering Maschine: Grand Theft Moldova

Donnerstag, August 6th, 2015

Grand Theft Moldova

  • Published: Friday, 24 July 2015 14:04
    • by Paul Radu, Mihai Munteanu, Iggy Ostanin

    The bank theft was so outsized and bold that citizens of the Republic of Moldova came out in the streets this past May by the thousands to protest: “We want our billion back!”

    They used the number — US$ 1 billion – that news accounts reported had gone missing from three Moldovan banks in November of 2014.  Unsure who to blame, the protestors denounced the government, politicians, banks and organized crime.

    The theft was a serious setback for Moldova, one of Europe’s poorest countries, with a gross domestic product of only US$ 8 billion and an average wage of US$ 200 per month.

    It set off chaos in the local banking system and led to the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund suspending financial aid to the country earlier this year. The European Union also froze funding for Moldova until a new government was formed. These moves prompted fears that the country might default on its international obligations.

    The protestors last spring, outraged as they were, didn’t know the half of what had been done to them. The November billion was just the latest outrageous crime in a massive, decade-long series by criminals who use this small, Eastern European country as their personal bank.

    They also didn’t know that police could have shut down the ring years ago when they confiscated key company stamps and documents central to the corruption ring. But higher-ups stepped in and prevented arrests. The police returned the stamps and documents — which were then used six years later to launder huge sums.

    Moldova’s problem goes way behind a single audacious theft.  It involves a transnational nexus of government workers, organized criminals and businessmen, all of them untouchable despite their crimes.

    A police investigation continues but it seems nobody in the government or law enforcement has had the knowledge, skill, or desire to get at the root of the problem.

    The Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) analyzed tens of thousands of records, and found that the same people who stole the bank money operated a seemingly unrelated, large-scale, money laundering operation that laundered more than US$ 20 billion, much of it from Russian and Russian state companies, over the past seven years.

    “The main authors of the theft are not in Moldova, they are in the east,” said former Prime Minister Ion Sturza in a television interview. “Moldova laundered Russian Federation money.”


    The Vanishing Billions

    Moldova is a tiny country squeezed between the interests of Russia and the European Union. Despite or perhaps because of its rampant poverty, it has grown into one of the biggest money laundering hubs on the continent.

    Billions in black money flow annually through local banks. Moldova is a proxy – most of the money flowing through its banking system is not Moldovan. But the process has corrupted Moldovan society and wreaked havoc on the country’s politics, economy and judiciary.

    The November billion vanished after the banks gave loans to companies owned by people whose identities remain hidden in a maze of offshore corporations. The borrowers took the money and ran. The collapse of these loans was a serious blow to a Moldovan banking sector already buffeted by corruption scandals:

    • The Magnitsky Affair began in 2007 when US$ 230 million was stolen from the Russian budget. Eventually, the money was routed through a group of Moldovan banks; some of it was traced to high-end real estate in New York City.
    • The Russian Laundromat, uncovered by OCCRP in October of 2014, was much bigger, passing US$ 20 billion in stolen Russian funds through some of the same Moldovan banks en route to Europe.

    The Moldovan government did try to trace the missing billion. In January 2015, it hired the private global due-diligence company, Kroll Inc. Kroll’s first report was leaked to the public by Andrian Candu, the Moldovan Parliament’s president, just days before the mass protests. It revealed little about who ended up with the money, further deepening the mystery.

    Following the Kroll report, the Moldovan authorities placed Israeli-born businessman Ilan Shor under house arrest.  Shor’s name had been mentioned in the report in connection with the bad loans. Shor runs Banca de Economii bank (the bank involved in the Magnitsky case and one of the three banks robbed) and a football club in Moldova.

    Police are still investigating Shor and consider him a suspect in the theft, but they are unsure of his role. He says he’s innocent. In June, he was elected mayor of the small town of Orhei in Moldova.

    A major stumbling block for investigators was the fact that in November 2014, right after the theft, an armored transport vehicle carrying 12 sacks of bank documents related to the fraud was stolen and burned in what looked like a well-executed plan to erase any trail that might have led back to the organizers.

    This was deja-vu.

    The same thing happened in the Magnitsky case, when a truck carrying bank records related to that theft crashed and burned, impairing the ability of the Russian law enforcement to investigate.


    The Raiders and the Stamps

    Chisinau building where police found mysterious box of rubber stamps.Chisinau building where police found mysterious box of rubber stamps. The fondness for using Moldovan banks for crime dates back a decade. The mid 2000s were wild years when the local police were overwhelmed by both the advanced money laundering techniques the fraudsters developed and by rampant corruption in their own ranks.

    A confidential 2011 Moldovan police report summarized that:  „Our investigations and analysis indicate that an organized group specialized in ‘raider’ attacks against large companies operates on the territories of Moldova, Ukraine and Russia. Between 2005 and 2010, this group used decisions issued by courts in Moldova, Ukraine and Moldova to get more than US$ 100 million.“

    (A raider attack is the hostile and illegal takeover of a company, sometimes achieved through violence and sometimes through forgery, fraud or corrupt court decisions).

    In some cases the raiders were only interested in extorting large sums from companies. A typical scheme might involve getting corrupt judges in Moldova or Ukraine to issue judgments in the raiders’ favor in cases where they claimed fictitious debts from state-owned commercial entities.

    Using the court-approved debt as a basis, they could legally take over the company.

    The report details a few such cases at length, but one in particular, Penal Case 2008030181, seeded the huge money-laundering tsunami that crashed over the country in the following years.


    The Lost Opportunity

    In July 2008, Moldovan law enforcement officers were working a relatively small $4 million fraud case when the investigation led them to 67 Bucharest Street in the center of the Moldovan capital of Chisinau. They raided three offices there and confiscated six desktop computers full of files.

    It was all pretty routine, until they located three paper boxes under one desk that contained “an imposing number” of official rubber stamps belonging to companies registered in exotic offshore locations.

    Two of the stamps were related to the fraud they were investigating, but the rest meant nothing to them: Mirabax Limited, Liberton Associates, Felina Investments, Albany Insurance, Caldon Holdings and many other companies, including some based in the US state of Delaware or the United Kingdom.

    Some belonged to Moldovan companies and one of these, Luminare LTD, was a company founded by Veaceslav Platon, a key player in Moldovan political and business circles. Platon, 42, is Moldova’s sixth richest businessman and a politician with dual Moldovan-Russian citizenship.  He was a member of the Moldovan Parliament between 2009 and 2010.

    He has also been on the governing board of at least two Moldovan banks including Moldindconbank, which has frequently been at the center of money-laundering controversies. He is frequently called by media “The No. 1 Raider in Moldova.”


    The Agents and the Easterners

    In the beginning of 2015, while the Moldovan government was asking Kroll to investigate the November theft, OCCRP reporters were knocking on doors thousands of kilometers away from Chisinau, in Edinburgh, Scotland.

    Two street addresses on Brunswick Street in the Scottish capital kept popping up in records of the British companies involved in the November billion theft, and also in many other much bigger instances of massive money-laundering and raider attacks in Eastern Europe.

    Brunswick Street does not look affluent. Cheap cars are parked outside terraced red brick housing and the two addresses don’t look like the headquarters for multi-billion-dollar businesses.

    The people who live there are “formation agents”, people who set up companies for others who wish to conceal their identities, and “proxies” or front men for the people who actually own the companies.

    At one of the Brunswick Street addresses, the door was answered by Ishbel Papantoniou, a plump lady in her early 60s who is the wife of the man behind the Brunswick companies, Marios Papantoniou. He is a former chief tax inspector in Cyprus who moved to Edinburgh in the early 1990s and set up an accounting and company-formation business there.

    At first, Ms. Papantoniou greeted a Russian-speaking reporter in a friendly manner. She said that “a lot of Russian companies, from what I know, register so they can work within Europe.” She also added that Russian businesses might want to do this because “it opens a world with less restrictions, so to speak.”

    On a second visit, however, Ms. Papantoniou became agitated when the reporter told her that OCCRP was investigating high-level money-laundering operations involving companies where she, her husband, her son and her 81-year-old mother showed up in paperwork.

    “I don’t think that’s any of your concern at all. You’re looking into something that you’ve no idea what you’re getting into,” she said. “We offer office facilities for these companies…there’s absolutely nothing that’s illegal or anything. You’re trying to find something in a company that’s providing services, that pays income tax, that provides employment for people in this country.”

    The offices next door belong to a company called Axiano that was also established by Marios Papantoniou. This company, too, was the registration agent for a number of companies involved in Eastern European fraud. In the office reception area, several women were having lunch. A closed-circuit TV camera was trained on the entrance.

    A young woman answered and, in an Eastern European accent, said that Marios Papantoniou wasn’t available, but his son Alexandros was.

    The former tax chief inspector’s son arrived soon after but seemed nervous and reluctant to speak. Expressionless, he brushed aside the questions with the invariable statement, “the best person to talk to might be my father.”

    OCCRP made one more attempt to talk to Marios Papantoniou to seek his response to a document signed by Kerry Jane Farrington, an employee of the local Edinburgh Crematorium, who Papantoniou used as a proxy in companies he established for Eastern Europeans.

    Marios Papantoniou was unavailable, so OCCRP left the document with a Russian-speaking office worker. Marios Papantoniou promptly responded via email but refused to answer questions about the involvement of his companies in Eastern corruption and crime.


    The Grand Mockery

    On April 5, 2013, Moldovan Judge Victor Orindas issued a verdict: a group of Russian companies must send US$ 580 million to the Latvian bank account of Mirabax Investments Limited, a Brunswick company connected to Marios Papantoniou and one of the companies whose rubber stamp was confiscated and then returned by the police back in 2008.

    The scam, outlined in OCCRP’s series The Russian Laundromat, was simple.  A Russian company wishing to move money into Europe would guarantee a contract signed between two fake companies.  Then one of the fake companies would file a complaint against the other in a Moldovan court for non-payment and ask that the guarantor, the Russian company, make good on the unfulfilled contract.  A bribed Moldovan judge would certify the debt as real and order payment.  Then the Russian company would pay the fake company, which was actually working with them.  Combined with the judge’s order, the money could be moved through Moldova into a Latvian bank account – freshly laundered and ready to use.

    The rubber stamps the police briefly seized seven years previously were used over and over again on documents that were introduced as evidence into Moldovan courts to falsely certify debts that finally amounted to US$ 20 billion.

    By 2012, the organized crime group that began operations in 2005 had upped their game significantly and had become brazen. The initial frauds totaling millions had turned into billions. When Judge Orindas issued the US$ 580 million verdict he was ruling on a clumsily forged document; other judges across Moldova did likewise, enabling the criminals to move huge volumes of money from Russia.

    All the Moldovan rulings were based on promissory notes presented as evidence to courts. In the case of the US$ 580 million, the promissory note was concluded between a Delaware company called Albany Insurance and a British company, Golbridge Trading Limited. Albany promised to pay Golbridge more than half a billion US dollars and the note is signed by a Mrs. Jasse Grant Hester and rubber-stamped with Albany’s stamp, another one of the stamps seized and returned back in 2008.

    But there is no Golbridge Trading in the UK and there is no Mrs. Jasse Grant Hester. There is, however, a Mr. Jesse Grant Hester who is the director of the Delaware-based Albany Insurance and there is a London-based Goldbridge Trading Limited, a company connected to Brunswick street and, again, one of the names that emerged in the police operations conducted six years earlier in Moldova and Ukraine. In the end, Goldbridge diverted the money to Mirabax, the company that ultimately cashed in in its Latvian bank account.


    Korrupter Deppen Club der KAS, CDU und der Steinmeier Banden: Moldawien’s Gangster Boss: Gaburici musste zurücktreten

    Einzige Qualifikation: Billig Schallplatte mit rufen wie: „Demokratie, Reformen“ und dann vermarkten die dümmsten Internationalen, jeden Verbrecher als Held und Demokratien.

    Allen voran Frank Walter Steinmeier, dessen Scheckbuch Diplomatie, berüchtigt ist, ein anderes Wort für „Berufs Kriminellen, mit Profi Auslands Bestechung“, wobei seine Geschäfte mit Heckler & Koch im Ausland, an Mexianische Banditen, Internationale Terroristen das harmloseste noch sind.

    Wie allgemein üblich, zuletzt auch Victor Ponta in Rumänien, hat praktisch jeder heute gefakte und gefälschte Diplome (auch die EU Vertreter), aber wohl nur in Moldawien, Albanien und dem Kosovo, hat man gefälschte Schul Zeugnisse, einem Markenzeichen der Dumm Internationalen und der installierten Vasallen rund um den Georg Soros Zirkel, wie man mit Zoran Zaev, gerade auch in Mazedonien sah.

    Das Land ist geplündert, allein 1 Milliarde € verschwand aus den Banken  und nun tritt der installierte Gangster Gaburici zurück, der Hoffnungs Träger der KAS Banden, welche nur mit Dumm Kriminellen, Banditen, Räubern und Mörder zusammen arbeiten, identisch auch oft die Grünen Bande mit der HBS, der FES, welche alle Steuer finanziert ihrem Banditentum huldigen, schlimmer wie die Camorra und Nghradeta.


    Mitte Februar hatte Gaburici nach zähen Verhandlungen eine prowestliche Minderheitsregierung aus Liberaldemokraten und Demokraten gebildet. Zuletzt hatte es verstärkt Forderungen gegeben, eine neue Regierung zu bilden.““

    Moldau Zeugnisse gefälscht? Regierungschef Gaburici tritt zurück

    Moldau: Zeugnisse gefälscht? Regierungschef Gaburici tritt zurück

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    Die Wirtschaftliche Zerstörung von der Ukraine, Georgien und Moldau mit dem EU Abkommen

    Hans-Gert Pöttering – KAS und die Zerstörung mit Gangstern von Moldawien bis nach Bulgarien und die Politik Mafia ein Balkan Problem

    Wie sieht die “Systemkriminalität” und von “Systemkorruption” aus: am Beispiel der CDU – KAS. In Albanien mit der Super Mafia, u.a Dr. Franz Jung, im Kosovo und Mazedonien, wie in Kiew mit Todesschwadronen unterwegs, welche auch Menschen entführen, verbrennen.

IMF – Weltbank Korruptions Motor: Privatisierung: Serbia: Anti-Corruption Agency Investigates Muamer Redzovic

Donnerstag, August 6th, 2015

Serbia: Anti-Corruption Agency Investigates Muamer Redzovic

By Bojana Jovanović

Serbia’s Anti-Corruption Agency has launched proceedings against Muamer Redžović, chairman of the board of the Privatization Agency and advisor to Finance Minister Dušan Vujović, on suspicion that he violated an anti-corruption law.

Muamer Redzovic. Photo: S.Dojcinovic.Under Serbian law, Redžović should have transferred the management rights of any company he controlled to other, unrelated parties within 30 days of taking public office. This is intended to prevent abuse of power by officials.

But investigators are probing whether Redžović did so on time, the Anti-Corruption Agency told reporters from OCCRP/KRIK.

Redžović became chairman of the board of the Privatization Agency in June 2014, and advisor to the Finance Minister in September 2014.

But, according to the Serbian Business Registers Agency (APR), Redžović gave up his position in private companies Evropa, Redeko and EU-Incotex just last week.

A request to transfer the management rights of Evropa was submitted to the APR on July 28, and accepted three days later.

Redžović submitted a similar request for Redeko and EU-Incotex on July 29 – the same day OCCRP/KRIK published a story about his business with crime figures: „Privatisation Agency Official in Deal with Šarić Associates.“

The story reveals that, through the company Trgopromet (of which he is shareholder and member of the supervisory board), Redžović made deals with associates of the drug lord Darko Šarić who have been charged with money laundering.

The story also points out that Redžović’s assets declarations contained no information about his ownership of stocks and shares in any company – a fact confirmed to OCCRP/KRIK by the Anti-Corruption Agency.

It began to probe Redžović’s income and assets reports in early July, as well as allegations that he inform them within the legal deadline of his position as vice-president for development at the University of Novi Pazar.

Bildungs Mafia des Hashim Thaci: mit dem Ex-Rektor der Uni Phristina: Enver Hasani, AIIS Chef: Albert Rakipi

Freitag, Juli 31st, 2015

Der nächste Super Skandal des PDK Gangsters Enver Hasani, wo man im Moment nun verhandelt, ihm die Immunität wegzunehmen als PDK Abgeordnter. Für die Drenica Verbrecher und Mord Gruppe, gibt es nur Skandale, viele Jahre vertuscht, von Frank Walter Steinmeier und Frank Wisner direkt promotet, ist das kriminelle Enterprise, mit vollen Wissen, wie in Afghanistan usw..Ein Skandal der Internationalen ohne Ende, wenn man sieht wer diese Leute finanziert.

Er geht tief in die Deutsche Politik, weil die AIIS Haupt Quelle ist für die SWP Berlin, wo niemand die Qualifikation, Informationen der Spinner und Berufs Verbrecher kontrolliert. Man verbreitet den Information Müll der AIIS: Artikel hier vor 2 Jahren:

Albanische Institut für internationale Studien (AIIS) – SWP-Berlin und die unsinnige Meinung über den Albanischen Nationalismus

Gefälschte Ausschreibungen, Geld Unterschlagung von 500.000 € für die Übersetzung von 8 Büchern, als Phantom Arbeit in 2008.

Angeklagt durch die Sonder Staatsanwaltschaft Kosovo: der Verfassungs Richter, Ex-Rektor der Phristina Unversität: Enver Hasani. der AIIS Chef: Albert Rakipi (Haupt Quelle im Murks Verein der SWP-Berlin) und Hakif Veliu

Hakif Veliu
Drejtor i prokurimit

Rektorat – Administratë Qendrore

Tel.: +381 38 247 069
Fax: +381 38 244 187

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Hulumtimin lidhur me dallaveret në tenderin e përkthimit të librave. Bazuar në këto fakte, sot, Prokuroria e Shtetit ka ngritur aktakuzë ndaj ish-Rektorit Enver Hasanit dhe ish-Shefit të Prokurimit në UP, Hakif Veliu si dhe Albert Rakipit. – zeri

Präsident des Verfassungs Gerichtes Enver Hasani auch. Wenn Ziegenhirten plötzlich Universitäts Direktoren werden, auch Verfassungsrichter und mit Amerikaner unterwegs sind. Faktenlage, praktisch 15 Jahre bekannt,wie Hashim Thaci das Bildungs System in eine Dumm Mafia umwandelt durch ein Buch von Prof. Daxner. Die Pädagogische Hochschule Ludwigsburg, baute auch diese Verbrecher Systeme auf, was bis in die höchsten Kreise der Deutsche Politik geht auch mit dem Dumm Gangster und Minister in Albanien:       Folge:

Kosovo Einwanderer in der Schweiz: Bildungsstand: gering, primitiv, kriminell und dumm!

Vor Jahren protestierten die Studenten gegen diesen Dumm Banditen, der Studentinnen auch zu Sex erpresste, und Geld verlangte für Alles. Natürlich PDK bei Hashim Thaci, von Ausländischen Korrupten Politiker, seit 15 Jahren finanziert, als neue Form des Verbrechens: Bildung

Diskussion dem Abgeordneten Enver Hasani die Immunität wegzunehmen.

Der frühere Direktor der Phrinstina Universität. Enver Hasani hat einen gigantischen Betrug inzeniert mit Albert Rakipi, der im Kosovo nun angeklagt ist. 500.000 € wurden gestohlen, für gefälschte Phantom Verträge für die Übersetzung von 8 Büchern. Ausschreibungen, für reine Luft Nummer, in 2008, aber irgendwann hat einer gefragt, wo die übersetzten Bücher sind und auch die Original Verträge kontrolliert. Standard Basis für die Erlernung von Betrug ist neben Georg Soros, Open Society, die NATO hier mit NATO Fellowship Program at NATO Defense College, bei Ilir Meta und Edmond Haxhinasto der US geführte NATO „Fund of Peace.“
rund um Übersetzungs Kosten, gefälschte Verträge usw. AIIS ist schon in etliche Skandale verwickelt, produziert wie hunderte von sinnlosen NGO’s nur Müll, dient den Internationalen die hohen Reise Kosten zu produzieren. PDK Hashim Thaci Partei, wobei der beste Witz ist, das Hashim Thaci bei Regierungs Antritt sagte, das es keine Korruptions gibt unter seiner Regierung. Kein Witz, die Dreistigkeit kann man kaum glauben.

AIIS Executive Direktor: Albert Rakipi

AIIS Executive Direktor: Albert Rakipi

Albert Rakipi, Executive Director. Mr. Rakipi holds a PhD in International Relations from Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey. Before assuming this position, he has previously served as deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Albania and a career diplomat. Dr. Rakipi also teaches as part time professor at the Tirana University, Faculty of History and Philology and as guest lecturer in other universities in Albania and abroad. He is a Board Member of the Diplomatic Academy of Albanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Also member of Director’s Network of International Relations Institutes  of EU countries,  Member of Editorial Board of the European Perspectives – Journal on European Perspectives of  the Western Balkans,  Slovenia. He has received a number of scholarships and awards including Chevening Faculty Fellowship Program LSE, London, NATO Fellowship Program at NATO Defense College,

Albert Rakipi, PhD
Executive Director
Albanian Institute for International Studies

BOARD OF DIRECTORS: AIIS, ziemlich ein Banditen Dumm Verein

Artan Hajdari  – Chairman, former Deputy Minister of Justice

Aldo Bumçi – MP, former AIIS Deputy Director

Arjan Starova – Chair of the Albanian Atlantic Council

Marko Bello – MP, former Minister of European Affairs

Milva Ikonomi – Professor of Economics

Remzi Lani – Executive Director of Albanian Media Institute

Piro Misha – Executive Director, Institute for Dialogue and Communication

Enver Hasani
Enver Hasani

Von Deutschen finanziert auch mit einem Hirnlosen Deutschen Professor ist das korrupte Albanische und Kosovo Bildungs System, was wohl das schlechteste der Welt ist, wo die meisten Lehrer nicht einmal eine Ausbildung haben.

Pa vendim për heqjen e imunitetit të Enver Hasanit e Arta Ramës


22 Korrik 2015 – 17:32

Ditë më parë, Gjykata Themelore e Prishtinës i dërgoi një kërkesë Nën-komisionit për Mandate dhe Imunitete për heqjen e imunitetit për Enver Hasanin dhe tani kryetaren e Gjykatës Kushtetuese, Arta Rama Hajrizin.

Por deputetët e këtij komisioni e patën të pamundur të marrin një vendim të tillë. Ata madje ia zunë për të madhe gjykatës që ka dërguar një kërkesë të tillë, pasi sipas tyre, askush nuk ka imunitet për t’u ndjekur penalisht për shkelje të ligjit dhe kushtetutës së vendit, raporton TV Arta.

Enver Hasani si ish-rektor akuzohet për mashtrime e keqpërdorim


31 Korrik 2015 – 19:07
Ish-kreu i Gjykatës Kushtetuese, Enver Hasani, do të përballet me drejtësinë. Prokuroria Speciale e Kosovës ka ngritur aktakuzë ndaj tij, i dyshuar për vepër penale Mashtrim në detyrë, raporton KTV.

Hasani akuzohet për shpërdorim detyre në kohën sa ishte rektor në Universitetin e Prishtinës. Bashkë me të akuzohen edhe ish-shefi i zyrës së prokurimit në UP, Hakif Veliu, dhe Albert Rakipi, drejtor i Institutit për Studime Ndërkombëtare nga Tirana.

U përfol për shumë vendime që mori gjatë kohës sa ishte në krye të Gjykatës Kushtetuese. Rrëzimi i presidentëve nga karrigia dhe vendimet që u cilësuan si të favorshme për PDK-në e bënë Enver Hasanin zyrtar të fuqishëm, që shënoi kthesa të rëndësishme në politikën kosovare.

Kryeprokuroria thotë s’ka hetime ndaj Enver Hasanit, „KOHA“ thotë po

9 Korrik 2014 – 15:06

Zyra e Kryeprokurorit të Shtetit përmes një komunikate për medie tha sot se konfirmon njoftimin e lëshuar më datën 3 janar 2013 dhe se informon mediat dhe opinionin në Republikën e Kosovës se “në Prokurorinë Themelore në Prishtinë nuk është duke u përgatitur asnjë aktakuze apo janë duke u zhvilluar hetime ndaj kryetarit të Gjykatës Kushtetuese, z. Enver Hasani, për kohën sa ishte rektor i Universitetit të Prishtinës”.

Erpressung von Sex, bei Studentinnen

Im Deppen Club korrupter Österreicher im Diplomaten Club in Wien auch dabei

Deshalb funktioniert nie die Justiz im Kosovo


Rektor Mujë Rugova, Muster Beispiel wie Kriminelle, einen Universitäts Betrieb bei den Albaner führen

update: 27.12.2013 Wohin die Bildung auch im Kosovo steuert, sieht man an den Fakten.

Die Universität Phristina, hat 15 Assistenz Professoren eingestellt, ohne jede Genehmigung, ohne Überprüfung durch das Ministerium, von Kosovaren, welche sich bei der berüchtigten Universität „Kristal“ Medizin Diplome gekauft hatten, aber nun angeblich nicht mit der Ausbildung fertig waren. Idioten, ohne Arzt Ausbildung, in solchen Stellungen sind normal bei Krankenhäusern und mit Fake Diplomen.Solche Posten kosten Geld und die Schul Zeugnisse und Diplome werden am Farb Kopierer je nach Bedarf angefertigt. Ein sehr altes Problem, das Alles gefälscht ist.Mafia Universitäten im Kosovo, Albanien, Rumänien, ein Standard Geschäft.

Die Salzburger Univeristätt unterstützt diese Idiotie, und entsendet Politologen, welche mit Sicherheit niemand braucht im Kosovo.

Die Ursache liegt weit zurück, in 1999 als Hirnlose plötzlich einen neuen Universitäts Betrieb aufbauen sollten, viele Millionen abkassierten, wo nur Geld im Nichts verschwand.

Total gescheitert damals der Universitäts Aufbau, weil die Gestalten nur Geld verstanden!


Von Norbert Mappes-Niediek


Ist die Uni noch zu retten?“ ist der Titel des bekanntesten Buches von Michael Daxner. Seiner Frage kann der frühere Oldenburger Hochschulpräsident und bekannte Universitätsreformer jetzt ganz neue Aspekte abgewinnen.


m Mai streckte die Partei von Hashim Thaci, dem früheren UCK-Chef, entschlossen die Hände nach der Uni aus: Die Wahlen zur Studentenvertretung wurden massiv gefälscht. Im Prinzip sei Pristina sicher keine konservative Hochschule, glaubt der Bildungsexperte Dukagjin Pupovci, der hier studiert und gelehrt und jetzt ein „Kosovo Education Center“ gegründet hat. Auch Rektor Zenel Kelmendi hält Pupovci für einen Reformer. Das könne aber alles wenig nützen: Der Brain-drain aus der Uni in die „Wirtschaft“ würde durch allzu viele reformerische Zumutungen noch beschleunigt. Die Einzigen, die wirklich zum Bleiben entschlossen sind, sind die Juristen. Sie haben sich – illegal und gegen den Willen von Daxner – erst einmal ihre Gehälter aufgebessert, indem sie von ihren Studenten 70 Mark Gebühren verlangten. Die so gewonnene Energie setzen sie ein, um Daxners Reformpläne nach Kräften zu boykottieren. Bedrohlich wird das für den mit allen Machtmitteln ausgestatteten Administrator erst im Umkehrschluss: Wenn Widerstand ausbleibt, dann nur, weil den meisten ganz egal ist, was an der Uni passiert. „Der Brain-drain aus der Uni wird durch zu viele Reformen beschleunigt. “ Zenel Kelmendi,10810590,9821606.html

v.l.n.r: Prof. Dr. Martin Fix, Immer Lladrovci, Ibrahim Makolli


Die Pädagogische Hochschule Ludwigsburg plant ihre Auslandsbeziehungen um eine Kooperation mit der Universität Prishtina zu erweitern. So sieht es ein am 12. März ins Auge gefasstes Memorandum zur Zusammenarbeit der beiden Hochschulen vor. Bereits bestehende Kontakte zwischen der kosovarischen Universität, der Abteilung Schulpädagogik sowie dem Akademischen Auslandsamt sollen im wissenschaftlichen Kontext vertieft werden, hob Prof. Dr. Martin Fix, Rektor der Pädagogischen Hochschule Ludwigsburg, hervor. ..[tt_news]=3201&cHash=b2ea8ad5b98b8c8040965ba30aaf7d36

Kosovo Kultur: Bildungs Direktor von Phristina im Büro erschossen: Arsim Salihu

Bildung Uni Kooperation Mafia: Naser Mrasori wurde nun Rektor der Uni in Peja

Weltbank Bericht über das Albanische Bildungs Desaster: 57 % verstehen nicht einmal was sie lesen

siehe auch

Bedri Selmani: Abgeordneter mit Mafia Univeristät im Kosovo, ein Langzeit Betrüger

Polizeirektorat-Polizeiterror gegen kritische Studenten in Prishtina

von Kastriot Zeka am 23.05.2012

Heute wurden Vertreter der Studentenorganisation „ Bewegung für Gleichheit (SKV)

In Prishtina, Kosovo, von Polizisten brutal angegriffen und malträtiert. Der Vertreter der Studentenorganisation Rron Gjinovci, wurde eingeladen um an einer Sitzung des Rektorats teilzunehmen. Das Rektorat entschied gestern, dass zwar die Studentenbewegung „ Für Gleichheit“ an den Wahlen zum Studentenparlament am 6. Juni teilnehmen darf, gleichzeitig verfügte das Rektorat aber, dass 3 Studenten von der Liste gestrichen werden müssen. Bei den drei Studenten handelt es sich um fachlich sehr gute Studenten, aber sie wollten für die progressive SKV kandidieren was dem Direktorat nicht gefiel. Selbstverständlich folgte der Einladung zur Rektoratssitzung  nicht nur eine Person der SKV.  Den Studenten wurde offensichtlich eine Falle gestellt. Auf Befehl des Direktorats prügelten  ca. 50 Polizisten auf die Studenten und Studentinnen, vor und im Direktorat ein. Viele Studenten wurden gefesselt festgenommen.


Kosovo Einwanderer in der Schweiz: Bildungsstand: gering, primitiv, kriminell und dumm!

Einzige positive Ausnahme im Kosovo.

Ronald Moench, wurde zum ersten Rektor der neuen Universität Prizren ernannt