Fatmir Yhafaj

Reise Konferenz Tourismus der Botschafter in Tirana: Albanian Interior minister meets foreign ambassadors about the vetting process

Einfach peinlich, wenn jemand ständig einen Kommentar dazu abgeben muss, real sich nur mit Betrugs Geschäften und Verbrechern umgibt und unnötig ablichten lässten. Selbstdarsteller, welche ihre Inkompetenz vertuschen. Erinnert an die Peinlichkeit des Frank Walter Steinmeier, der weder die Geschichte kannte, noch das Völkerrecht, sich nur mit einer Lügen Show, die Bevölkerung überall belästigte, mit seiner Selbstdarstellung

Die einzige Politik muss sein, kein Geld in kriminelle und korrupte Regionen, mit vollkommen kriminellen Partner vor allem. Genau dieses Staaten Zerstörungs System betreibt praktisch fast 20 Jahren die Deutschen Botschafter vor Ort, mit wenigen Ausnahmen.

Bestechung, Betrug mit Kriminellen als einzige EU und Deutsche Politik, schwer kritisiert vor allem die Steinmeier Banden 2009

Nato-Experte Hamilton: Nato-Experte Hamilton: „Deutscher Trend zur Scheckbuch-Diplomatie macht Sorgen“

Die meisten Botschafter sind vollkommen unnütz in Tirana, gab es vor über 20 Jahren auch nicht. Aber viele lukrative jobs, mit den inzwischen oft extrem aufgeblähten Botschaften, wo die Dümmsten dann sich wichtig machen dürfen.

Auch zur Sicherheits Konferenz, muss man vorne sitzen, obwohl es niemanden im Sicherheits Bereich gibt, der etwas von dieser vollkommen inkompetenden Frau etwas hält.

Standard Wissen, was auch UN Sonder Gesandte haben: Die EU und Weltbank finanzieren die Verbrecher Kartelle in Albanien.

Deutsche Botschafterin: Susanne Schütz, bei ihrem sinnlosen Foto Termin mit Taulant Balla: Elbasan Vertreter, der dortigen Mafia Kartelle, inklusive Mord, Gross Drogenhandel, Geldwäsche, Frauen und Kinder Handel, Umwelt Zerstörung und Betrug.

 

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Heute sind diese Verbrecher Banden, dank vollkommen korrupter Deutscher Aussenminister wie Joschka Fischer, Frank Walter Steinmeier, Guido Westerwelle,

Albanian Interior minister meets foreign ambassadors about the vetting process

Albanian Interior minister meets foreign ambassadors about the vetting process

The vetting process among police forces in Albania aims at building strong institutions with professionals and people who have integrity.This was said today by the Albanian Interior minister, Fatmir Xhafaj during a meeting held with foreign ambassadors accredited in Tirana, seeking their assistance in this process.

“This is a difficult process, but it is a reform which is necessary in the current circumstances. The State Police has many professionals, but it also has people who have problems with their integrity and this has had an impact in the efficiency of the State Police”, he said.

Meanwhile, after being briefed on the details of the realization of the screening process that will take place within police ranks, foreign ambassadors expressed their support, praised the work that has been done so far and expressed their conviction for prompt results.

Susanne Schutz, German ambassador said that she hopes this process will bring results as soon as possible.

Meanwhile, minister Xhafaj added that the draft is based on the best standards that exist and the experience that exists about the vetting process in the justice system.

“International assistance for institutions in charge of evaluating this process will guarantee the best quality and results in this process. We believe that this expertise will act as a guarantee and encouragement for these institutions that will be involved and for the people who will be involved in this evaluation process, because they will be invested in a very difficult process”, he added. /balkaneu.com/

Albanien gedenckt der Tragödie vor 14 Jahren, wo kriminelle Polizei Direktoren, der Mafia Regierung von Fatos Nano, einen Menschenschmuggel aufbauten, der wegen Dummheit 29 Todes Opfer forderte.

Gedenken der Karaburun Tragödie vom 9. Januar 2004, welche nie Juristisch aufgearbeitet wurde

No News: Albanian Justice System Slammed as Totally Corrupt

09 Jun 15

Albanian Justice System Slammed as Totally Corrupt

An expert panel summoned by parliament’s Commission on Justice Sector Reform has said that corruption is endemic at all levels of the justice system, from police to judges.

Aleksandra Bogdani
BIRN

Tirana

Special Parliamentary Commission on Justice Sector Reform. Photo: LSA

A Special Parliamentary Commission on Monday delivered a damning report on the courts in Albania, saying corruption is widespread at all levels.

This includes the appointment of judges in the most important courts.

The report says judges pay between €100,000 to €300,000 to the High Council of Justice, the body that nominates judges, to get their posts, or to move to better positions within the system.

It is the first time that an official report has given credibility to reports of judges paying huge bribes to move from courts in poor areas to urban centers where the economy is more developed and where the potential to collect bribes from people awaiting justice is correspondingly higher.

The High Court of Justice, headed by the country’s President, has faced criticism in the past for botched administrative investigations and for failing to punish judges accused for wrongdoings.

The report states that corruption is seen a “normal” way to deliver justice at all levels of the system, from police to prosecutors and judges.

The report states that Justice Police Officers often accept bribes to botch evidence, while prosecutors take bribes to dismiss criminal proceedings and judges take bribes to cause unnecessary delays.

The experts say the high level of corruption remains undocumented but that their conclusions are based on public perception and information collected by people with inside information.

“In any case, people involved in corrupt transactions avoid speaking over the phone. The payments are made in cash. The proceedings are often sent outside the country or are received by relatives of the judges or prosecutors,” the report notes.

The special Parliamentary Commission on Justice Sector Reform was created on 27 November 27, 2014 and is headed by the chairman of the Parliamentary Commission on Laws. The Commission is expected to draft a law on reforming the system.

Based on EU recommendations, the report proposes the de-politicization of the High Council of Justice and suggests that the President should be removed from his position as head of the council, as the current constitutional system of electing the president doesn’t guarantee a politically independent president.

The report also proposes the de-politicization of the High Court. Judges in the High Court are currently elected by parliament on the basis of political nominations from the major parties.

http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/judges-in-albania-pays-up-to-300-000-for-their-positions-report-says