Edi Rama

Albanian Edi Rama – Lefter Koka Mafia mit der Italienischen Müll Mafia: Chemical wastes in Albania

1.300 Chemie, Atom Müll sind auf dem angeblichen Transit nach Mazedonien spurlos in Albanien verschwunden, der Zoll verweigert auch wegen Inkompetenz, jede Ermittlung.

Edi Rama, hat persönlich, am 21.9.2016 per Regierungs Erklärung (Councel der Regierung) die Erlaubnis gegeben, das Parlament, das Finanzministerium ausgehebelt und wie immer illegal.

FAKSIMILE/ E frikshme! Zbulohet vendimi i fshehtë i qeverisë për importin e tranzitin e lëndëve kimike

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Albanien: Ein Land wird zur Müllkippe

Edi Rama Genehmigungen aus 2004

Linda Rama, Ehefrau von Edi Rama, sitzt im Aufsichtsrat der US Geldwäsche Bank: ABI, womit das Edi und Olso Rama Geldwäsche System ein Fundament hat, wo 2014 schon ein interner OSCE Bericht, von 200 Millionen € spricht, was auf Offshore Banken geparkt ist.


Zbulohet Dokumenti/ Rama aktiv me plehrat që në vitin 2004

Chemical wastes in Albania

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SPECIAL REPORT/There are strong suspicions that around 40 thousand kg of radioactive wastes have entered Italy to Albania with the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia as final destination. We will have inputs from state officials, members of civil society and politicians

By Edison Kurani

In Albania, suspicions are mounting in relation to the arrival of a large quantity of radioactive wastes concealed as imported urban wastes.

This denouncement initially came from Italy, where an environmental organization said that 1300 containers, weighing 30 tons each, filled with radioactive wastes, have entered Italy from the port of Durres last year.

This suspicion was reinforced by publications in the Greek media. The hazardous wastes are suspected to have originated from this country. Then they are thought to have arrived in Durres to later be dispatched in other areas of the country.

The opposition is using this to reveal, as it declares, the true face of the government led by the socialist Prime Minister, Edi Rama.

Meanwhile, the government has not reacted.

However, the government’s head of communications has denied such traffic through a posting in social networks.

Meanwhile, the Foreign Ministry has mobilized the Albanian ambassador to Italy, Anila Bitri to demand explanations from the Italian portal.

Through a letter sent to the portal, Mrs. Bitri quotes the Albanian Attorney General, Adritatik Llalla to have declared that “there is no trace of illegal entry of wastes from Italy”.

Bitri says that the publication of this information has damaged the government’s and the PM’s image.

On the other hand, “Alliance Against the Import of Wastes”, has addressed to General Attorney Adriatik Llalla with an official request for information on the wastes that have entered in Albania in the past two years and the customs points that have been used.

Under these circumstances, Prosecution of Durres is verifying with the Department of Customs if urban wastes have arrived from Italy through the Port of Durres.

Prosecutor from Durres, Agron Gjana says that investigations are taking place to see if this is the case. A team of prosecutors has arrived at the Department of Customs to see the practice followed in the past two years.

IBNA learns that this investigation has been launched on the count of traffic of explosive, combustive, poisoning and radioactive materials.

According to the Criminal Code, the import, export, transit and sale of these materials in breach of the law, carries a jail sentence from seven to 15 years.

But if this criminal offense is repeated or if it has serious consequences, it carries a jail sentence from 10 to 20 years.

As part of this investigation, in the recent hours, the Department of Customs is also investigating another lead. According to this Department, last year, 1120 containers have entered the Port of Durres with FYROM as their destination, going through the Customs of Qafe Thana. Reportedly, the containers were mainly filled with food products.

Meanwhile, according to another lead, the containers filled with wastes had set out toward FYROM, but they never made it there. Durres, Fier, Vlora, Shkodra and Dibra are the cities where the containers filled with chemical wastes coming from Italy, are suspected to have been vanished.

The reintroduction of the law on wastes and civil reactions

The first decision taken by Rama’s government when it entered office in 2013 was the abrogation of the bill on the import of wastes. Two years later, it was Rama who reintroduced the bill. He said that there is no danger for penetration of chemical wastes along with imported wastes.

However, civil society was very active against this bill, which, nonetheless, was voted by the majority in parliament. But the president didn’t sign it, returning the bill to parliament for reevaluation. The bill has been suspended for several months now. Publicist Besjan Pasha, who is also a prominent activist on such issues, is surprised by the fact that PM Rama invested so much in bringing back this bill, despite the fact that the abrogation of the bill was an electoral promise in 2013.

According to him, “our wastes are more than enough for the recycling industry in the country, helping it to create new jobs”.

Stopping on the suspicions about the 1300 containers with radioactive wastes, which are believed to have entered Albania, Pesha says that this is an alarm for the generations to come.

“Tomorrow, these wastes will penetrate into subterranean waters, ending up in agricultural plots and the food on our plates”, Pesha explains with a simple language.

Meanwhile, prominent environmentalist, Sazan Guri says that the 2014 government’s decision to allow the transit of radioactive wastes top Albania is unacceptable.

“We have plenty of wastes in the country to recycle. Now that we’re hearing of imports, then there is something suspicious”.

Guri believes that the suspicions for radioactive wastes are credible. “The same thing also happened with chemical weapons, where the media was the first one to blow the whistle”, Mr. Guri says recalling the fact that a few months after Rama came in power, the country was swept by a wave of protests against the arrival into the country of a quantity of chemical weapons, upon the request of the United States.


The leader of the opposition, Lulzim Basha says that if the news about 1300 containers of dangerous wastes which have arrived in Albania is confirmed, this is genocide against Albanians.

“It seems that we’re facing a crime of unimaginable scale. These are 1300 containers which may have entered Albania illegally, against the Constitution, against the will of the Albanian people and which act as a threat to the health and safety of Albanians in those areas where they have arrived”.

Basha demands not only a prompt investigation by the Prosecution, but to make full transparency of every step of this investigation. “This is not an ordinary crime and an ordinary affair”.

For Mr. Basha, the penetration of radioactive wastes means that the international mob of wastes has penetrated. /balkaneu.com/

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

Manjani: The government operates in violation of constitution

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

Edi Rama, Premierminister Albania

30 Jan 17

Albanian Minister Says Attacking Corruption Got Him Fired

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

Fatjona Mejdini


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Albanian Prime Minister: Trump Is the ‘Shame of Our Civilization’


Albanian Prime Minister: Trump Is the ‘Shame of Our Civilization’

In an exclusive interview with FP on Wednesday, the Albanian prime minister bashed Donald Trump for his anti-Muslim rhetoric.

Georg Soros Banditen: Georg Hausmann: The luxurious lifestyle of Albania’s Prime Minister

Albanien wird von Kriminellen dreist geplündert, alle Gesetze sind längst erneut ausser Kraft.
Gemeinsam lässt sich einfacher stehlen, deshalb gibt es aufgeblähte EU, OSCE, sonstige Botschaften und korrupte Politiker tauchen ständig in Tirana auf, um Geld zustehlen mit Phantom Projekten. 20 % erpresst die Verbrecher Regierung von Albanien, bei jedem Projekt, oft auch die Projekt Kontrolle und dann ist so der Betrugs Bauschrott leicht zuerklären. Deshalb ist Rezzo Schlauch wieder in Albanien, eingekauft von der Albaner Mafia. Die Weltbank ist schon lange unter Kontrolle der Mafia, wo besonders einfach ist, viel Geld zustehlen.
 Georg Soros: Wirtschafts Betrüger und Unfugs Experte: Prof. Ricardo Hausmann, kommt deshalb erneut nach Tirana, sitzt in der vordesten Reihe.
Georg Soros Lakaien: Hausmann und Erion Veliaj
Georg Soros Lakaien: Hausmann und Erion Veliaj
Noch ein inkompetender Wirtschafts Spinner: Prof. Ricardo Hausmann, erzählt in Tirana „Banalitäten“

Ricardo Hausmann: Experte für Geldwäsche und Betrug im Solde von Georg Soros
Ricardo Hausmann: Experte für Geldwäsche und Betrug im Solde von Georg Soros

 Saturday, December 10, 2016

Albania: Under The Yoke Of Rising Oligarchs – OpEd


The New Year will bring elections for Albania and its people, meanwhile Mr. Edi Rama and his confidants have allocated large sums of money and plan to feast a large number of staffers in the Prime Minister’s office at the expense of Albania’s taxpayers.
In 2017, his last year in office, Mr. Rama and his associates are expected to continue with their luxurious life (at home and abroad), while their fellow countrymen are living in the worst conditions ever experienced in the last twenty six years of their transitional democracy system.
As the Albanian Parliament approved the National Budget for 2017, it supplied many more suitcases – in addition to the millions of euros generated by massive marijuana farming from Vermosh to Konispol – filled with the money paid by Albania’s taxpayers, to Mr. Edi Rama and his corrupt ministers, who have stashed their wealth abroad and continue to be ranked as Europe’s richest oligarchs.
According to an estimate conducted last year by the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, Mr. Rama has amassed a net worth of over US$200 million, an amount that has certainly and proportionately grown during the third year of his term as Prime Minister considering that he receives at least twenty percent as a commission from the total amount of every public project that is executed by his trusted private companies who acquire public bids in the sectors of: infrastructure development, public works, health services and information technology.
According to Panama Papers and other reliable sources, Mr. Rama’s wealth is deposited in international banking accounts established by his family circle and close associates that work together on sustainable development projects in Albania and who have been deeply involved with the Venezuelan economist Ricardo Hausmann, projects that have had little to no impact on the lives of average Albanians. Mr. Anastas Angjeli, Edi Rama’s close associate, Albanian MP and a Former Minister of Public Finances, drives a brand new Audi A8 in the streets of Tirana. Moreover, Mr. Taulant Balla, another member of Albanian Parliament, is responsible for employment opportunities in the current Albanian Government; he has established a fee of two thousand euros to be paid beforehand by every candidate who aspires to be a public servant. On the other hand, Mr. Genti Gazheli, Mr. Edi Rama’s envoy to the Republic of Turkey, has a tarnished record from his service in Albania’s border Customs Agency, a time when he would reportedly hide large sums of money  whenever he had an opportunity to allow large shipments of commodities to enter Albanian territory, thus avoiding payment of taxes by his random ‘clients’.
In 2017, the Prime Minister’s office will see the faces of 641 new employees, meanwhile in the National Assembly there are only 405 staffers who help organize the daily activities for 140 Members of Parliament, including its Speaker and three Deputy Speakers. The Prime Minister’s office has more employees than: the Ministry of Economy (with over 580 employees); Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure (with less than 440 employees); the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (with 506 employees including its diplomatic missions abroad); the Ministry of Integration (composed by 113 employees).
While Mr. Rama’s number of staff members will reach over 640, the Albanian President’s support staff does not exceed seventy six; moreover the Prime Minister’s annual budget is over 27.6 million euros and the President’s Budget is barely 1.5 million euros.
The luxurious lifestyle of Albania’s Prime Minister is not only based on the large number of servants that are in his courtyard, he will enjoy large sums of money to be spent over the new fiscal year, almost 28 million euros, an amount that is equal to the salary of 1,200 Albanian retirees or the equivalent of ten thousand university scholarships abroad. Every employee in the Prime Minister’s Office will spend approximately 43 thousand euros per year (or 3,600 euros/month) said in other words, every staffer in Mr. Rama’s cabinet will cost Albanian taxpayers an equal amount that is needed to pay twenty retirement salaries every month.
Moreover, Mr. Rama has plans to spend over one million euros to rent luxurious cars, an amount that is equivalent to twenty vehicles (latest generation) from Mercedes Benz; for their government offices there will be spent an additional 6.6 million euros in furniture, remodeling and other maintenance expenses.
The interaction between Mr. Rama’s Government and Albanian Citizens is as chilling as ever before; it is a testimony of Tirana’s attitude towards handling the nation’s overwhelming poverty, a behavior that violates the well-known concept of Charles Horton Cooley, “the Looking Glass Self,” while suggesting that Albanians represent a glass that is viewed by Tirana’s administration and the latter reacts according to the conduct of its constituents. On Mr. Rama’s glamorous level of personal expenses we see that his constituents’ persistent responses are meaningless let alone being a source of reflection and humbleness.
The author is solely responsible for the opinions expressed in this article.

The National Assembly and Ilir Meta; key actors in Albania’s diplomacy

The National Assembly and Ilir Meta; key actors in Albania’s diplomacy

By Dr. Lisen Bashkurti For the first time after a twenty-five years long transition period in Albanian National Assembly, contiguous to a highly succe… Read more


Georg Soros Banditen Regierung

Olsi Rama, vëllai i kryeministrit
Linda Basha Rama, bashkëshortja e kryeministrit
Milva Ekonomi, Ministre e Ekonomisë dhe Turizmit
Endri Fuga, Drejtor i Komunikimit në kryeministri
Ditmir Bushati, ministër i Jashtëm
Blendi Çuçi, Ministër i Çështjeve Vendore
Mirela Kumbaro, Ministër Kulture
Eglantina Gjermeni, Ministre e Urbanistikës
Arbjan Mazniku, Nënkryetar i Bashkisë Tiranë
Ilir Beqaj, Ministër i Shëndetësisë


Hausmann auf dem World Economic Forum (2009)

Professor, Harvard University

Ricardo Hausmann is the Director of the Center for International Development and Professor of Economic Development at Harvard University.



foreign policy: „have transformed Albania into a Banana Republic“ : Samir Tahiri, Arben Ahmeti, Ilir Meta, PM: Edi Rama

Foreign Policy: „Sexual favors, bribes and corruption dominate the current Albanian Foreign Ministry“

Der vollkommen korrupte Ex-Zoll Direktor Genti Gazheli, wurde Botschafter in Ankara (das Präsidenten Dekret des Bujar Nishanizur Ernennung Nr. Dekretit 9416 Tiranë, më 08.02.2016 , obwohl Genti Gazheli, keinerlei Erfahrung hat im Diplomatischen Dienst, was auffällt), um die Geldwäsche Geschäfte mit Türkischen Firmen und der Erdogan Calik Gruppe zu organisieren und immer dabei der vollkommen korrupte Arben Ahmeti, der nun Finanzminister ist und wie auch Foreign Policy schreibt, gerne Geld erpresst. Wie das Zoll System in Albanien funktioniert mit Klientel Wirtschaft, wo die Zöllner xy pro Monat an den Chef abgeben muss, die Posten verkauft werden, ist in Details lange bekannt.
Genti Gazheli, doganieri që u bë ambasador për interesa korruptive

Ausschreibungen  Manipultionen, sind ein Lehrstück der korrupten Weltbank vor Ort, dienen nur einer Theater Show.
Wegen Betrug rund um Strassenbau wurde beantragt den LSI Gangster „Dashamir Xhiak“, in den Non Stop Skandalen des Edmond Haxhinasto zu entlassen
Tender Manipulation als System Betrug:

IFIMES Report: Die Energie Mafia – OSHEE MANIPULATES TENDERS IN THE ENERGY SECTOR und der Mafia General Staatsanwalt: Adriatic Llalla

Dashamir Xhiak

rund um LSI und Co. und Edmond Haxhinasto sowieso. Edmond Haxhinasto ist ein Langzeit Rekord Halter fuer Korruption,

Gangster Boss Edi Rama braucht Geld, also landet er in Berlin

Gangster Boss Edi Rama, als vollkommen korrupt und inkomptend vor 10 Jahren auch schon bekannt, braucht Geld. Die halbe Regierung sind gekaufte Georg Soros „Open Society“ Leute, wie der Rot-Grün Schrott in Berlin, aber auch Elmar Brok und Co.

Also reist er nach Berlin


Gesappel der Bundesregierung zum Besuch

Europas Geldwäsche. Bestechungs Zentrum und Betrugs Magnet Berlin, was jeden Verbrecher anzieht, der in seiner Heimat nicht ein einziges Gesetz je implementiert hat.

Albanischer Regierungschef Edi Rama

Albanien Europas führender Cannabis-Produzent

Albanien will der EU beitreten. Doch es gibt Hürden: Organisierte Kriminalität und Drogenhandel gelten als die größten Probleme des Landes. Insbesondere beim Cannabisanbau ist das Land europaweit führend.

albanische Polizei zerstört Cannabis-Plantage
Sicherheitskräfte zerstören Cannabis-Plantage in Albanien Bildrechte: dpa

Zu sozialistischen Zeiten galt Albanien als das am stärksten abgeschottete Land innerhalb des sozialistischen Lagers. Mit dem Zusammenbruch des kommunistischen Regimes 1990 kam es zur schlagartigen Öffnung des Landes und in der Folge zu einer regelrechten Welle der Abwanderung: Bis 1996 verließen schätzungsweise 600.000 Albaner ihr Land und suchten in Westeuropa Zuflucht; 1998 folgten ihnen noch einmal mehr als 70.000 Menschen. Insgesamt leben heute mehr als 900.000 Albaner im Ausland.

Drogenanbau als Ausweg aus der Armut

Auch Ilir hat sein Glück zunächst in Griechenland versucht. Nachdem auch dort die Wirtschaftskrise ausgebrochen ist, kehrte er zurück und entschloss sich für den Anbau von Cannabis in den heimischen Bergen von Kruja. Diese Art von Landwirtschaft ist in Albanien zwar auch illegal, doch immerhin winken hier deutlich bessere Profite. Für zwei Kilogramm Marihuana bekommen die Bauern genau soviel wie für eine Tonne Weizen.

„Ich bin kein Krimineller, ich mache das aus Verzweiflung“, sagt Ilir und zeigt seine kleine Cannabisplantage hinter dem Haus, die er vor zwei Jahren angelegt hat. Es gehe schlicht ums Überleben, sagt der 50-Jährige. Und damit ist er offenbar nicht allein. Nach Angaben albanischer Behörden gab es allein dieses Jahr über 1.250 Polizeieinsätze, bei denen mehr als 2,3 Millionen Cannabispflanzen zerstört wurden. Die 8.900 beteiligten Polizisten sollen darüber hinaus neun Tonnen Cannabis sichergestellt und 250 Händler und Produzenten festgenommen haben.

Schwer zu kontrollierende Regionen

Albanien Marihuana
Polizeioperation 2014 im schwer zugänglichen albanischen Bergland. Bildrechte: dpa

Ob diese beeindruckenden Zahlen zur einer nachhaltigen Veränderung führen werden? Albanien bietet gute Voraussetzungen als Cannabisproduzent für den europäischen Markt. Die entlegenen Bergregionen sind selbst aus der Luft schwer zu kontrollieren. Hinzu kommen die nach wie vor florierende Korruption und Vetternwirtschaft. Oft genug sitzen Polizei, Politik und die internationale Mafia in einem Boot. Auch das nahegelegene Italien ist auf dem Luft- oder Wasserweg schnell erreicht und bietet einen hervorragenden Absatzmarkt. Während ein albanischer Bauer für ein Kilogramm Marihuana etwa 300 Euro bekommt, ist im Nachbarland die gleiche Menge bereits das Zehnfache wert.

Das europäische Kolumbien

Wie sich die Summe dieser Faktoren auf die albanische Wirklichkeit auswirkt, konnte die Öffentlichkeit im Sommer 2014 beobachten. Nur sieben Tage bevor Albanien den Status des offiziellen EU-Beitrittskandidaten erhalten sollte, startete die albanische Polizei einen Großeinsatz gegen das Dorf Lazarat 200 Kilometer südlich der Hauptstadt Tirana. Dieses war zu jenem Zeitpunkt bereits weit über die Landesgrenzen als die „europäische Hauptstadt des Cannabis“ bekannt. Bis zu 900 Tonnen Rauschgift sollen die Bewohner jährlich geerntet haben. Eine Menge, die einem geschätzten Markwert von 4,5 Milliarden Euro entsprechen würde. Etwa so viel, wie ein Drittel des albanischen Bruttoinlandsprodukts.

Nach Beginn der Operation hatte die Polizei zunächst zurückweichen müssen, weil die Dorfbewohner starken Widerstand geleistet hatte. Sie verteidigten ihre Marihuanafelder sogar mit Maschinenpistolen und Raketenwerfern. Erst zwei Tage später gelang es der Polizei, die Situation in Lazarat unter Kontrolle zu bringen. Zuvor waren die Sicherheitskräfte auf 800 Personen aufgestockt worden und gepanzerte Fahrzeuge angerückt.

Razzia im albanischen Cannabis-Dorf Lazarat
Polizeioperation in Lazarat, der „europäischen Hauptstadt des Cannabis“. Die Bauern verteidigten ihre Marihuana-Felder mit Maschinenpistolen und Raketenwerfern. Bildrechte: dpa

Zuletzt aktualisiert: 28. November 2016, 16:35 Uhr


Tages Routine, nachdem Murks des Albanischen Militärs, der Küstenwache was nie funktioniert.

Edi Rama’s Gangster Syndikat mit Shkelqim Ganaj, verhindert jede Anklage

Alte Methoden, jede Anklage gegen die Politischen Verbrecher Clans der „Eliten“ zu verhindern.

ILDKPI – HIDAA Phantom Institutionen, die nicht funktionieren

10 Nov 16

Albania’s Conflicts of Interest Chief Faces Abuse Probe

The Albanian Prosecution told BIRN that it has launched a probe into the head of the Conflicts of Interest Inspectorate over its failure to report any senior officials.

Lindita Çela
Chairman of HIDAACI, Shkelqim Ganaj. Photo: LSA

The General Prosecutor’s Office confirmed to BIRN that it has launched an investigation into Shkelqim Ganaj, chairman of Albania’s High Inspectorate of Declaration and Audit of Assets and Conflict of Interest, on suspicion of abuse of power.

Officers of the judicial police, equipped with a seizure warrant issued by the Prosecution of Tirana, went to the HIDAACI on Monday to seize all the assets files submitted by senior officials.

Ganaj, head of the inspectorate, was not available for the comment on Wednesday when aked by BIRN about the probe.

The Task Force Group of the Tirana Prosecution said it suspected abuse of power because, over a period of three years, Ganaj had reported no conflicts of interest on the part of any senior officials.

Earlier, the Tirana Prosecution on its own initiative registered a criminal proceeding reflecting its suspicion that HIDAACI had deliberately failed to investigate conflicts of interest.

„The criminal proceeding was launched mainly because there were indications and publicly known facts of involvement of senior officials in conflict of interest, which have not been investigated and reported by HIDAACI,” Albi Serani, spokesman of the General Prosecutor’s Office, told BIRN.

Among these known cases where senior officials were accused of conflicts of interest over their assets, Serani mentioned the files of MP Rakip Suli, Valentina Leksaj and that of former MP Koco Kokedhima.

„In order to investigate whether we have other similar cases, the prosecution has decided to seize all the files of senior officials from February 2014,“ Serani said.

The investigation against the chairman of the High Inspectorate comes at a time when the institution is involved in reviewing all the assets declarations of judges and prosecutors.

This is part of the vetting process expected to follow adoption of the law „on the re-evaluation of judges and prosecutors” in Albania.

This law, which the opposition Democratic Party appealed against in the Constitutional Court, is also opposed by the Union of Judges and by part of the prosecutors.

Relations between the Prosecutor’s Office and HIDAACI have been tense for some time, with both sides accusing each other of closing the files on senior officials.

According to an investigation published earlier by BIRN, HIDAACI handed over 158 files of senior and middle level officials to the Albanian prosecution during 2014-2015.

They include the files of judges, MPs, diplomats, former ministers, local mayors or people who work in taxes or customs – two public administration sectors with a high level of corruption.

In its charges, HIDAACI alleged that various officials made false declarations in the absence of legitimate financial resources to justify their declared wealth.

But, according to HIDAACI, the Prosecutor’s Office dismissed half of all the cases the Inspectorate has reported in the recent years, some 70 charges in all.

In a few cases, the Prosecutor Office indicted and sent for trial officials accused of hiding their wealth, mainly middle-level officials.

Hillary Clinton and Albanian Xhakja Clan mafia crime leader Edi Rama

Earlier this year the FBI probe expanded into possible violations of public corruption laws resulting from her role as secretary of state and her association with the Clinton Foundation.


“For decades,” says WND Editor Joseph Farah in “AMERICA’S FIRST CRIME FAMILY”



 5 FBI field offices now probing Clinton Foundation

Concerning allegations of pay-to-play financial, political corruption

BOOM: HILLARY CLINTON Transfers $1.8 Billion to QATAR Central Bank „STUNNING“ Western Bankers !

US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton attends a campaign rally at Alumni Hall Courtyard, Saint Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire US, October 24, 2016.

02:32 31.10.2016 273315 FBI Obtains Warrant to Search Top Clinton Aide Abedin’s Emails The warrant pertains to a new cache of emails recently discovered on a computer used by longtime Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin.

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Hillary had bought out the police chief in charge of investigating her alleged wrongdoings. Needless to say Andrew McCabe was NOT the object of a police investigation. If he had things may have turned out differently.

Hillary Clinton

This report sadly concludes, though, by noting that the massive vote fraud already being committed by Hillary Clinton’s “new revolutionaries” throughout the United States, and that led this past week to former US Congressman Joe Walsh stunningly stating “If Trump loses, I’m grabbing my musket”—a reference to one of the darkest times in American history when that nation’s ordinary citizens banded together to fight the British Empire for their freedom—should strike fear into all Americans of what Hillary Clinton’s “new revolutionaries” are doing right now—and if not, nothing will.


Hillary Clinton Buying Illegal Weapons For Election? Kremlin Reports Delivery By ‘Mid-November 2016’

Hillary Clinton Buying Illegal Weapons For Election? Kremlin Reports Delivery By ‘Mid-November 2016’
Hillary Clinton Brett Weinstein / Flickr cc
BY Nathaniel Artosilla Email

A shocking report revealed that Russian intelligence has asked the CIA why Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton just bought $137 million worth of illegal arms. The Kremlin is now requesting an immediate explanation for the purchase of arms and ammunition, with delivery marked “mid-November 2016”.

A report from the Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) suggests that the Russian Security Council has authorized the sending of an emergency communiqué to the CIA.

The message is allegedly asking an explanation for the purchase of millions of dollars worth of arms by the Clinton Foundation to be delivered to the United States.

Also Read: WW3 Before Or After US Elections? Hillary Clinton Foreign Policy To Start War Immediately

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According to What Does It Mean, SVR analysts began expressing “urgent concern” earlier this year.

Hillary Clinton (left) and Albanian Xhakja Clan mafia crime leader Edi Rama (right)

This is after the main elements of of the feared Viktor Bout’s international arms smuggling crime organization began arriving in the Republic of Albania, the only Muslim country in Europe.

Bout, who has been known by the moniker “Lord of War” in the West, is infamous for his workings with the CIA to smuggle arms throughout the world. That is until, 2011 when Clinton’s State Department had him jailed.

His dealings could have also included the controversial arms transferred arms transfer in Libya facilitated by Obama and Hillary Clinton.

According to the Daily Mail, the transfer occurred despite a UN ban and resulted in the “accidental” arming ISIS, Al Qaeda, and the perpetrators of the Benghazi attack.

Also Read: Donald Trump Hollywood Walk Of Fame – Hillary Clinton Paid Jamie Otis To Wreck It?

Despite being a citizen of the Russian Federation, the Kremlin had no qualms about Bout being jailed. However they did express concern when US Federal Judge Shira Scheindlin said he should have had a reduced sentence, RT reported.

The reduction of Bout’s sentence also led, on October 26, to him being transferred from a maximum security facility to the “country club” atmosphere of the US Federal Prison System.

Coinciding with the mysterious prison transfer, the report also noted the transfer of $137.7 million from the Clinton Foundation to the Socialist Party of Albania (SPA).

What could be the purpose of this massive arms purchase by Hillary Clinton and the Clinton Foundation? Does the delivery coinciding with the election month in the United States also hold some sort of significance? Let us know what you think in the comments below.

Also Read: Hillary Clinton Sells Uranium To Russia – Facts Behind Vladimir Putin’s Scandal


Convicted Arms Dealer Viktor Bout Returns to U.S. Appeals Court

Russian trafficker dubbed ‘Merchant of Death’ seeks new trial, alleges co-conspirator was government informant

Convicted arms trafficker Viktor Bout arriving at an airport in White Plains, N.Y., on Nov. 16, 2010, in a photo provided by the U.S. Justice Department. ENLARGE
Convicted arms trafficker Viktor Bout arriving at an airport in White Plains, N.Y., on Nov. 16, 2010, in a photo provided by the U.S. Justice Department. Photo: U.S. Department of Justice/Getty Images

Nearly a decade after Viktor Bout’s arrest by U.S. authorities, the convicted Russian arms dealer’s case will return to a federal appeals court Monday, where his lawyers will argue for a new trial. http://www.wsj.com/articles/convicted-arms-dealer-viktor-bout-returns-to-u-s-appeals-court-1477825206

2012: 80.000 $ Foto über Podesta: Journalist Besar Likmeta

FBI: 80.000 $ 2012 Foto for Obama

US – Albanian Mafia: 80.000 $ for a Foto with Obama

Albanian Prime Minister, Edi Rama and U.S. President, Barack Obama (background: Donald Lu) in April. Photo: kryeministria.al

Edi Rama – Bilal Shehu


In 2013, a BIRN investigation revealed that the then Prime Minister, Sali Berisha, spent taxpayers’ money on a smear campaign in the US and Albania directed against his political opponent – Rama – which played well with US Republicans………………………..


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Sep 18, 2016 “the prosecutor has all the power. The Supreme Court’s suggestion that a plea bargain is a fair and voluntary contractual arrangement between …
WikiLeaks set to deliver another blow to the Clinton campaign October 31, 2016 Another email release may come as soon as today. More
Blockbuster report on internal FBI conflict over investigating Clinton machineOctober 31, 2016 There is a downside to having such a large web of criminal enterprises: lots of law enforcement agencies take notice in their respective domains, so it becomes hard to keep the lid on. More
Hillary did two favors for Morocco, and then Clinton Foundation collected $28 million from them October 31, 2016 It’s pay-to-play government, period.  No doubt, all the principals will claim they were independently acting in the best interest of the Americna people, but the events speak to an inner logic.  More

Hillary Clinton did two huge favors for Morocco during her tenure as secretary of state while the Clinton Foundation accepted up to $28 million in donations from the country’s ruler, King Mohammed VI, according to new information obtained by The Daily Caller News Foundation Investigative Group.

Clinton and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) chief Lisa Jackson tried to shut down the Florida-based Mosaic Company in 2011, operator of America’s largest phosphate mining facility.

Jackson’s close ties and loyalty to the Clintons were revealed when she joined the Clinton Foundation’s board of directors in 2013, just months after she left the EPA. Jackson is also close to John Podesta, Clinton’s national campaign chairman.

Morocco’s state-owned phosphate company, OCP, would ostensibly have benefited from Jackson’s move to shut down Mosaic. Mohammed donated up to $15 million to the Clinton Foundation through OCP.

Italienische – Albanische Politik Mafia forciert das Geschäft mit Cannabis

Auch in Italien verdreifachte sich de Cannabis Anbau in 2016, durch die bekannten Mafia Clans, identisch wie in Albanien und fast immer auf den Gelände der jeweiligen Gemeinden, verbunden wie in Albanien unter dem Schutz der Politik. EU Förderungs Modelle der besonderen Art, durch diese korrupten und kriminellen Banden in Brüssel, Berlin.

Kaum zuglauben, wie die inkompetenden Kriminellen in Brüssel arbeiten: In Deutschland mit den korrupten Banden, rund um Steinmeier und Hirnlos Angela Merkel schon umgesetzt.

EU-Forderung: Britische Presse soll Wahrheit verschweigen


Festnahmen in Italien und die Edi Rama, Ilir Meta Mafia konnten erneut den Drogen Export um 400 % steigern

Alte Tradition: die Albanische Regierungs Spitze, mit Top Gangstern Und der Georg Soros finanzierte Knut Fleckenstein, verspricht dem dummen Gangster Boss Edi Rama, bei dem üblichen Hamburger Senats Mafia Treffen (früher mit dem Osmani Clan, mit Luxus Bordell Service und Kokain), aktuell wahre Wunder an Investitionen. Knut Fleckenstein, outet sich selbst als Partner der Camorra, Nghradeta, Cosa Nostra, Sacra Corona Unita, Albaner Mafia, wenn er solche Zustände nach dem Förderungs Modell von Georg Soros umsetzt: Cannabis Freigabe und Anbau.

Der dümmste Spruch des Tages von Knut Fleckenstein: „Reforms in Albania on the right pfad“
Knut Fleckenstein

“Santa Quaranta“ Ilir Meta, Arben Ahmeti, Klement Balili: Albanias Mafia und Koko Kokodhemi
“Santa Quaranta“ Ilir Meta, Arben Ahmeti, Klement Balili: Albanias Mafia und Koko Kokodhemi
Drogen Baron: Klement Balili- Edi Rama: Rhodos
Drogen Baron: Klement Balili- Edi Rama: Rhodos

Heute lässt man sich ohne Problem mit prominenten Gangstern ablichten, was dann bei der NATO und EU als Regierung verkauft wird. Beschlagnahmte Vermögen werden weiter von den Albanischen Mafia Clans verwaltet, inklusive freier Einnahmen.

Drogen Anbau Flächen: Albanien: 2013 - 2016
Drogen Anbau Flächen: Albanien: 2013 – 2016

Marijuana a chilometro zero. Il nuovo business dei clan è «made in Italy»

Nel 2016 i sequestri di piante sono triplicati rispetto all’anno scorso. Le cosche fanno crescere le piante sul territorio che controllano

Spesso la cannabis si coltiva su terreni demaniali a spese della collettività

gabriele martini

L’oro verde dei clan cresce tra le masserie diroccate dell’entroterra palermitano, sulle pendici dell’Aspromonte, nascosto tra i campi di pomodori del Foggiano e sulle colline a sud di Napoli. La produzione di cannabis è diventata un business milionario per i narcos italiani. Nel 2016 i sequestri di piante sono più che triplicati rispetto allo scorso anno. Nell’intero 2015 gli arbusti di marijuana scoperti dalle forze di polizia sono stati 139mila, nei primi 9 mesi di quest’anno siamo a quota 405mila con un picco a settembre.


LEGGI ANCHE Gratteri: «La produzione di cannabis aumenta per via dei guadagni elevati e dei rischi minori»


Secondo i dati della Direzione centrale dei servizi antidroga del ministero dell’Interno, la provincia che detiene il primato è Trapani: oltre 26mila piante sequestrate da gennaio ad agosto. Seguono Napoli, Siracusa, Reggio Calabria e Catanzaro. Le coltivazioni sorgono in aree remote. La beffa per lo Stato è doppia: spesso l’erba delle mafie cresce sui terreni demaniali e a spese della collettività. “È così – rivelano i finanzieri -. I criminali disboscano aree per renderle coltivabili e, a volte, si allacciano abusivamente al servizio idrico pubblico”.



Il ciclo produttivo

La semina è a inizio aprile. Dopo due mesi le infiorescenze cariche di Thc (il principio attivo della cannabis) sono pronte per il primo raccolto. Servono una ventina di giorni per essiccare la marijuana, poi il prodotto è pronto per lo spaccio. Da ogni pianta si può ricavare mezzo chilo di droga. Il prezzo finale per il consumatore varia tra i cinque e i dieci euro al grammo. Solo il valore delle piantagioni sequestrate quest’anno si aggira sul miliardo di euro. Ma per ogni campo di marijuana scoperto dalle forze dell’ordine, almeno altri dieci sfuggono ai controlli. La Direzione Nazionale Antimafia, nell’ultima relazione annuale al Parlamento, stima che il quantitativo sequestrato di cannabis sia di almeno 10/20 volte inferiore a quello consumato.


L’inchiesta “Monte Reale”, conclusa martedì scorso con 16 persone arrestate nel Palermitano, ha svelato come i boss di San Giuseppe Jato avessero investito nella marijuana per sopperire alla crisi di liquidità. “La piantiamo sotto le prugne”, assicuravano gli agronomi di Cosa nostra intercettati al telefono. Al Sud, in questa stagione, si va avanti al ritmo di quasi un blitz al giorno. Sicilia, Calabria, Sardegna e Puglia: il 29 settembre i carabinieri scoprivano centinaia di piante di cannabis tra i vigneti a Cerignola. Poca cosa rispetto alle 180mila sequestrate tre giorni prima nelle campagne foggiane, dove i narcos locali avevano destinato sei ettari alla coltivazione di cannabis.


LEGGI ANCHE “Contro le droghe chimiche, legalizziamo la marijuana”


Una guerra hi-tech

Domenico Tavone, tenente colonnello della Finanza, comanda il Reparto operativo aeronavale di Vibo Valentia, che va a caccia di piantagioni di cannabis in territorio calabrese. “Per scovare la marijuana monitoriamo il contesto, individuiamo le aree a rischio, mappiamo il territorio. Ma l’attività più importante è l’esplorazione dal cielo”.


Già, perché nella “Colombia italiana” la guerra ai signori della droga si combatte con strumenti ad alta tecnologia. “Il telerilevamento aereo registra le radiazioni elettromagnetiche del terreno e ci permette di individuare le piantagioni anche se sono protette da arbusti più alti”, spiega Tavone.



Dietro il boom della marijuana autoprodotta dalla criminalità organizzata c’è anche l’intensificarsi della lotta alla droga da parte delle autorità albanesi. Tirana ha chiesto aiuto al governo italiano, che ha messo a disposizione conoscenze e mezzi. Anche le rotte dei gommoni che attraversano l’Adriatico sono diventate meno sicure. Così, accanto all’importazione, le mafie hanno deciso di mettersi in proprio. ’ndrangheta, camorra, Cosa Nostra, criminalità organizzata pugliese, bande sarde. Nel grande business della cannabis a chilometro zero ognuno vuole la sua fetta di torta. http://www.lastampa.it/2016/10/09/italia


Edi Rama Mafia in Tradition: Albanians in Himara Say Urban Plan Threatens Homes

"Al Capone" der Inkompetenz und der Mafia Clans, rund um Drogen, Geldwäsche und Betrug
„Al Capone“ der Inkompetenz und der Mafia Clans, rund um Drogen, Geldwäsche und Betrug

12 Aug 16

Albanians in Himara Say Urban Plan Threatens Homes

Locals in one the most scenic parts of southern Albania fear that they could lose their homes as a result of a new urban plan for the area.

Fatjona Mejdini


A bay in Himara. Photo: Wikimedia

Hundreds of families in Himara, one of the most important tourist areas in the south of Albania, fear they could lose their houses as a result of the new urban plan drawn up by the municipality to regulate the area.

On August 14, they have scheduled protests in Himara against the plan of the government and the municipality to build villas and tourist resorts, which they say could rob them of their properties.

This is because many families living in the area do not have any property titles or certificates proving ownership, even though they say they have lived in the area for centuries.

Nikollaq Neranxi, a businessmen and leader of the community movement to stop the plan, told BIRN that there is not transparency from the Himara municipality about the so-called regulation plan. He says the move will destroy the community and that at least 500 families will be directly affected.

„I have participated in every meeting of the municipality with the community and they have never shown us any concrete project about how Himara will be transformed,“ he said.

„Informally, we have learned that they are preparing to tear down all the existing buildings, including those that are centuries old.“

Neranxi says despite the fact that the inhabitants of the seaside part of Himara are living in their properties, the government has refused to grant them the relevant documents.

„The majority of inhabitants in the area don’t have properties certificates, and every government has been reluctant to distribute them,“ he said.

The protest on August 14 will call on the municipality to revoke the plan, otherwise they intend to escalate their opposition.

„If the state declares war on us, we are going to fight back in every legal way possible,“ he warned.

The first protests in Himara started a few months ago when locals learned that a new urban plan would come into force this autumn.

They maintain that the mayor has never given them details of what is really going to happen with their properties.

BIRN contacted the Mayor of Himara, Jorgo Goro, but did not receive any response to questions about the municipal plan and whether the new urban scheme will effect the homes or other properties of existing inhabitants.

No new urban plan has been published on the municipal webpage.

The issue has also drawn political attention. On Thursday, Fatmir Mediu, chair of the opposition Republican Party, urged the government to acknowledge the properties of people who have lived there for generations, and prevent any force from being used against them. http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/albanians-in-himara-brace-to-stop-the-touristic-plan-08-12-2016

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Shoqatës ?Bregdeti?

Si organizator i protestës është deputeti i LSI-së, Nikollaq Neranxi