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Linja 400 kv Kosovë- Shqipëri drejt zgjidhjes, Gjermania merr në dorë negociatat

Man beginnt wieder Verhandlungen, weil Nichts funktioniert, nur teure Kredite unterzeichneten die Staaten mit der KfW, wo Hirnlose schon lange das Sagen haben.

2009:KfW Betrugs Projekte im Balkan: Die Strom Leitung Albanien nach Montenegro

Die KfW ist der Investor, Deutschland übernimmt nun Verhandlungen, was ebenso illegal ist, wegen der Nicht Funktion der 400 kv Leitung durch den Kosovo nach Albanien. Von vertritt einseitig sich Selber praktisch, inklusive Erpressung bekanntlich gegen Serbien.

Kryeministrat Rama dhe Mustafa si dhe Ministrat e Energjisë Gjiknuri dhe Stavileci në ceremoninë e inagurimit të linjës së interkonjeksionit Shqipëri - Kosovë më 26 qershor 2016. Linja nuk është përdorur ende. Foto kortezi: Ministria e Energjisë dhe Industrisë

Botschafterin: Angelika Viets nach Albanischen Modell: Null Kompetenz, Geisteswissenschaftlerin aus dem Murks Mafia Haufen, der DAAD

Rede der deutschen Botschafterin anlässlich eines Fortschrittsbesuchs bei der 400kVam 10.92015 KfWVertreter:

Dr. Hengster, member of the executive board of KfW,
Rückblick, als der PM von Albanien Salih Berisha und der Finanzminister Ridvan Bode, den Deutschen im Parlment Erpressung vorwarf, die Deutschen KfW Geschäfte als Mafia bezeichnete.

13.02.2017 RS | AL | KS

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Weiter Streit um Stromleitung Albanien – Kosovo

(nov-ost.info) Albanien hat sich an die Europäische Kommission gewandt und eine Intervention im Streit um die Stromleitung ins Nachbarland Kosovo gefordert. Energieminister Damian Gjiknuri erklä … (Wörter:196)
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Leitung zwischen Kosovo und Albanien in der Nähe von Obiliq/c am 10.09.2015

Kosovo Betrugs Desaster mit einem Kraftwerk: 8 Jahre KfW Geschäfte mit einer Strom Trasse nach Albanien und nie in Funktion

Linja 400 kv Kosovë- Shqipëri drejt zgjidhjes, Gjermania merr në dorë negociatat

Postuar: 15/09/2017 – 08:00

Linja 400 kv e interkonjeksionit Kosovë- Shqipëri, e cila qëndron jashtë funksioni prej dy vitesh pavarësisht përfundimit të saj, duket se do të hyjë në një fazë të re. Kjo lidhet me përpjekjet për zgjidhjen e ngërçit mes Kosovës dhe Serbisë që mban peng vënien në punë të këtij investimi dhjetëra milionë euro. Sekretariati i Komunitetit të Energjisë bëri me dije se qeveria gjermane i ka kërkuar Sekretariatit që të marrë rolin e interlokutorit. “Qeveria e Republikës Federale të Gjermanisë, përfaqësuar nga Ministria e Zhvillimit dhe Bashkëpunimit Ekonomik (BMZ), i kërkoi Sekretariatit të Energjisë për të lehtësuar negociatat midis Serbisë dhe Kosovë për të zgjidhur mosmarrëveshjet midis EMS dhe KOSTT. Ministria gjermane është veçanërisht e shqetësuar pasi mosmarrëveshjet po mbajnë peng investimet në sektorin e energjisë në rajon dhe po bllokojnë integrimin e tregut rajonal të energjisë në Ballkanin Perëndimor”, thuhet në njoftimin e Sekretariatit të Komunitetit të Energjisë, i cili ka ndërmjetësuar zgjidhjen e mosmarrëveshjes midis EMS dhe KOSTT edhe më parë, ndërmjetësim i cili rezultoi me nënshkrimin e një marrëveshje dypalëshe. Gjithsesi, këto marrëveshje nuk janë zbatuar dhe konflikti ka mbetur i pazgjidhur. Ndërmjetësimi i mosmarrëveshjes midis EMS dhe KOSTT është parashikuar nga programi CONNECTA për tregun rajonal të energjisë në gjashtë vendet e Ballkanit Perëndimor, të cilin Sekretariati e zbaton për llogari të Komisionit Europian. Sekretariati tashmë do të ndërmjetësojë zgjidhjen e mosmarrëveshjes midis dy qeverive. Roli i qeverisë gjermane nuk është i rastësishëm në kushtet kur vetë banka gjermane KFË ka qenë financuese e këtij investimi.

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400 KV Stromübertragungsleitung ALB-MKD (Teilleitung Elbasan – Fier)

Im Rahmen der FZ-Maßnahme „400 kV Stromübertragungsleitung Albanien – Mazedonien“ soll eine dritte grenzüberschreitende Stromübertragungsleitung in Albanien gebaut und so die letzte Lücke im Übertragungsnetz mit seinen Nachbarländern geschlossen werden. Die vorgesehenen Investitionen haben eine große regionale Bedeutung, da die geplante Stromübertragungsleitung einen wichtigen Baustein im regionalen Netz darstellt. Unter dem Programm sollen die zwei Teilleitungen (i) „Übertragungsleitung Elbasan – Fier“ und (ii) „Übertragungsleitung Elbasan – Qafe Thane“ gebaut werden. Der Leitungsteil auf mazedonischer Seite wird komplementär durch die mazedonische Stromübertragungsgesellschaft MEPSO errichtet und durch ein Darlehen der EBRD finanziert.
Darlehensnehmer und Programmträger ist die albanische Stromübertragungsgesellschaft Operatori Sistemit Transmetimit (OST). Das Programm soll im Wesentlichen durch Entwicklungskredite (zinsverbilligte Darlehen) von bis zu 50,0 Mio. EUR und einen Investitionszuschuss des WBIF i.H.v. 14,0 Mio. EUR finanziert werden. Die Kredite sollen zu einem Darlehen mit zwei Tranchen i.H.v. 20,0 Mio. EUR und 30,0 Mio. EUR zusammengefasst werden, für die Zinsverbilligungsmittel von bis zu 2,0 Mio. EUR und bis zu 5,0 Mio. EUR zur Verfügung stehen. Die Laufzeit des Darlehens beträgt 12 Jahre mit 3 Freijahren. Der Entwicklungskredit soll durch den Gewährleistungsrahmen des Bundes zu 80 % gedeckt werden. Als Sicherheit soll die Republik Albanien eine transaktionsbezogene Staatsgarantie stellen. Der Eigenbeitrag des Trägers OST wird 5 Mio. EUR betragen.

Elektrizitätsversorgung Südalbanien I / II und Übertragungsleitung Albanien-Montenegro 

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Elektrizitätsversorgung Südalbanien I / II und Übertragungsleitung Albanien-Montenegro

Neue Verträge für die Stromtrasse zur albanischen Grenze 

2016

Ein Mafiöser Selbst Bedienungs Verein, wo Aufträge im „Camorra“ Stil, die eigenen Consults erhalten. KfW Langzeit Geschäfte, wo es hohe Millionen Kick Back Bestechungs Geschäfte gab schon unter Berisha in angebliche Infrastruktur Projekte, womit das Land Albanien vollkommen korrumpiert und ruiniert wurde. Die inkompetende Mafia und vollkommen korrupt feiert die Einweihung. Nun weihte man die Starkstrom Leitung ein. rama interkonjeksjonji me kosovenrama interkonjeksjonji me kosovenrama interkonjeksjonji me kosovenrama interkonjeksjonji me kosovenOra 11:40 Isa Mustafa: Linja 400 kv, ekuivalente e “Rrugës së Kombit”Im Politischen Deutschen Sumpf wieder einmal. Wie ein Roter Faden * ziehen sich solche Geschäfte der Entwicklungshilfe durch das Land. Fast kein Projekt hatte je längeren Bestandteil, sogar Phantom Betrugs Geschäfte wurden bei Deutschen Gerichten festgestellt, wie die Phantom Industrie Zone Spitale. Hirnlose Berlinwasser Projekte, mit vollkommen inkompetenden Gangsters, waren vor über 10 Jahren schon ein Skandal der KfW, der damaligen BMZ Minister Spitze. * Alles bekannt seit Jahren, wie Geld versenckt wird, in dunklen Kanälen auch in Geheimen Berichten der EU und UN. Die Steigerung wäre dann Afrika, vor allem Nigeria und Mali im Deutschen Sumpf, einem Steinmeier Modell * Die Firma Dalekovod, ‚Damir Fazlic, sind Beide Geschäftspartner der GTZ in Bosnien, Kroatien gewesen und die Super Bestechungs Geschäfte von RWE mit einem um 500 % überteuerten Müll Entsorgung Anlage, rund um Wasser und Energie sind Standard. Die Albanische Regierung muss durch einem Vergleich, an die Kroatische Firma Dalekovod, 6,8 Millionen € Entschädigung zahlen, weil die KfW, durch Erpressung die Albanische Regierung zwang, den Vertrag für den Bau einer Hochspannungs Strom Leitung von Montenegro nach Albanien zubrechen. Die KfW und die prominente Betrugs Bank: Deutsche Bank im Hintergrund brauchen solche Verträge, weil man elegant Geldwäsche Geschäfte betreiben kann, weil niemand die angeblichen Baukosten und Ausgaben kontrolliert, wo eigene Betrugs Consults der KfW auch noch tätig werden. Man bedient sich also selber. Wie das System läuft, mit weit überhöhten Kosten, für Projekte ist allgemein bekannt auch in der EU. Eine gemeinsame Untersuchungsgruppe (ITF) aus der EU-Antibetrugsbehörde Olaf, den Vereinten Nationen und der italienischen Finanzpolizei hat in der Vergangenheit 50 Stichproben gemacht: “Davon gab es in 12 Fällen Hinweise auf kriminelle Machenschaften”, heißt es in dem Geheimbericht der Gruppe, der der WELT vorliegt. In weiteren 27 Fällen wurden “Unregelmäßigkeiten” und “die Verletzung von UN-Regeln” festgestellt. Vor allem bei der Verwendung von EU-Geldern im Energiebereich – immerhin mehr als 400 Millionen Euro seit 1999 – wurde offensichtlich betrogen.http://www.welt.de/weltUnglaubliches Geschäfts Gebaren: wie bei der Bestechung für Waffen Exporte nach Griechenland. Bekanntlich hat die Deutsche Bank, der Tochter der KfW, der IKB Bank für 10 Milliarden € Betrugs Papiere, Derviate verkauft, wo die Bank dann in die Insolvenz ging, mit ihren 58 Aufsichtsrats Posten korrupter Politiker. Mega Betrug, Profi Fälschungen sind Voraussetzung für eine KfW Partnerschaft. Die Albanische Regierung unterschrieb vor 2 Jahren dann nochmal einen neuen Vertrag mit der KfW, wo als Kick Back Geschäft weitere Millionen zur freien Verfügung (Wasser Projekte) der Albanischen Regierung überlassen wurden. Im Kosovo ist man dann wieder Partner, wo Vuk Hamović: Haupt Eigentümer von der EFT Group, praktisch dann wieder Co-Partner wurde. Die KfW baut die weitere Strom Leitung Albanien zum Kosovo, im Kosovo die „Dalekovod“. Er hat Internationale Business ethics, die Deutschen nicht, wo Politiker Straffrei korrupt sein dürfen, aber Auslands Bestechungs ist auch in allen EU Ländern strafbar. Diese Bad Hombacher Pseudo Firma Consult, sollte die Ausschreibung manipulieren im Auftrage der KfW und Deutschen Bank was schief ging. Billig Kopien der Italienischen „Camorra“ oder „Nghradeta“, wie man Staatsgelder stiehlt, über eigene Consults und Firmen.

Alles Chaos im Kosovo, denn die Internationalen waren dort, wollten mit Kriminellen einen Staat aufbauen

Public security in Kosovo worsens

Public security in Kosovo worsens

Public security in Kosovo is worsening. This is confirmed by experts of security, while authorities in the country claim that the security situation remains stable.In order to fight different crimes, experts of security stressed the serious need to take concrete steps to improve security in the country.

Security expert, Burim Ramadani says that public security must be handled through cooperation between the central government, local government, police and community.

“Police of Kosovo must apply the concept of community policing. Authorities must also invest in the installment of cameras, growth of cooperation between the community, local institutions and Kosovo Police”, Ramadani said.

Meanwhile, spokesman of the Kosovo Police says that the situation in the country is stable.

He says that authorities have constantly taken action to prevent cases that could put security at risk.  According to the police official, in the recent years, authorities have managed to solve over 75% of murder cases taken place. /balkaneu.com/

Deutsche Aussenpolitik ein Desaster ohne Ende: Joachim Rueckers, Michael Steiner, tragen fuer das Kosovo „Roma“ Debakel Verantwortung

Sowas wird bekanntlich Botschafter von Deutschland, wo das Voelkerrecht in die Muelltonne geworfen wurde.

Vor lauter korrupten Geschaeften mit der Albaner Mafia, vergass man die hoch giftigen und verseuchten Camps der „Roma“ im Kosovo. Einfache Sache damals, ein neues Camp zubauen und haette wenig Geld gekostet, aber man war mit dem Diebstahl der UNMIK und EU Milliarden beschaeftigt und mit Privatisierungs Betrugs Geschaeften. Joachim Rueckers, gilt heute als korruptester UNMIk Chef dort, ignorierte einfach Alles, was noch Reste von Rechtsstaatlichkeit hatte.

Die selben falschen Versprechungen gab es mal mit dem EU Beitritt der Tuerkei, weil Politiker sturzdumm und vollkommen korrupt sind. Um einfache Dinge zu verstehen, brauchen die Duemmsten der Dummen, was sich EU Politiker, oder Deutsche Aussenminister nennen, oft Jahrzehnte, wie man an dem vollkommen korrupten Frank Walter Steinmeier, oder Joschka Fischer sah und sieht.

Michael Steiner, wurde sofort als Einstieg mit einer 25 jaehrigen „GashI“ – Hashim Thaci  als aufgesetzte Frau gekauft, was sogar einmal im Spiegel stand. Da es die Tochter des Super Mafiosi und Zoll Chefs im Kosovo war, organisierte mit krimineller Energie den Schmuggel im Kosovo und Justiz Ermittler wurden sogar entlassen, welche den Schmuggel des Zoll Chefs aufdeckten.

Unter Michael Steiner, wurde mit Vollgas der Frauen- Kinder- Prostitution Handel als Wirtschaftszweig entwickelt,wie der Schmuggel aller Art. Bordelle gab es vor 1999 nicht im Kosovo, auch kein AIDS, was mit der NATO und UNMIK Verwaltung zur Bluehte kam. Befehle von den uebelsten Verbrecher Clans zu akzeptieren, welche laengst den Kosovo unter sich aufgeteilt haben, wie geheime NATO Papiere zeigen Ein Grund ist die Ratte der Peinlichkeit Michael Steiner

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Peinlichkeit der Deutschen Botschafter: Michael Steiner, mit Ehefrau des Gashi Clans, der Prominenz der Kosovo, Drogen- Prositutions  und Verbrecher Clans!

Berufs Schleuser, Mafia Familie im Auswaertigen Amte, im Dienste der Drogen Clans

07 Sep 17

UN ‘Must Compensate All Kosovo Lead Poison Victims’

The UN’s failure to compensate victims of lead poisoning at UN-run camps for people displaced by the Kosovo war left families struggling to care for sick relatives, says a Human Rights Watch report.

Marija Ristic
BIRN

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A Roma camp in northern Kosovo. Photo: Atdhe Mulla/BIRN.

In a new report published on Thursday, Human Rights Watch calls on the United Nations to pay individual compensation to Kosovo Roma victims affected by lead contamination in the UN-run camps for war-displaced people in Kosovo.

This would allow the victims to address the long-term impact of lead exposure, the report says.

“The UN should follow the recommendations of its own experts and give victims and their families the individual compensation they rightfully deserve,” said Katharina Rall, environment researcher at Human Rights Watch.

“How can the UN expect to effectively press governments to take responsibility for their abuses if it won’t do the right thing for the harm it caused?” Rall asked.

The camps were established close to the Trepca mining and smelting complex, known to be the cause of lead contamination and other forms of toxins since the 1970s.

They were only intended to provide temporary accommodation for up to 90 days for people displaced by the Kosovo war in 1998 and 1999, but they ended up operating for several years.

The UN established a human rights panel in 2016 to examine calls to hold the UN Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) accountable for leaving Roma families exposed to lead poisoning in the camps.

The panel urged UNMIK to publicly acknowledge its failure to comply with relevant human rights standards in response to adverse health condition caused by lead contamination in the camps, and to compensate victims for both material and moral damage.

However, the UN only pledged in May this year to create a voluntary trust fund for community assistance projects to help “more broadly the Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian communities” in Kosovo.

In its report, Human Rights Watch says that the UN promise of community assistance projects alone “means that at best, any money paid into the fund will provide general services that do not specifically benefit the people affected by lead poisoning and will not directly offset the harm caused”.

According to Human Rights Watch, which spoke with victims of lead poisoning and family members, medics, lawyers, and organisations supporting the Roma, “many of those affected, including children, are experiencing myriad health problems, including seizures, kidney disease, and memory loss – all common long-term effects of lead poisoning”.

The report says that many Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian families it interviewed in northern Kosovo need financial and social support. While some parents said that they cannot afford medicine or healthy food for their affected children, other families expressed despair about the lack of support services for children struggling at school with learning difficulties related to the lead contamination.

Medical experts also voiced concern about the lack of continuous lead testing and support for then affected communities.

In its final report in July 2016, the UN human rights panel set up to address the issue said that although UNMIK commissioned a report in 2000 which found extremely elevated levels of lead in the blood of people living in camps for war-displaced people, it did not make the report public and failed to take sufficient action to address the risks of lead exposure in the camps.

The World Health Organisation also urged UNMIK in 2004 to immediately evacuate children and pregnant women from the camps, warning of the chronic irreversible effects of lead on the human body.

UNMIK did not provide any documents indicating what specific actions were taken in response to these findings and recommendations.

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Enver Robell ueber Behgjet Pacolli: Das Ende eines Bauern und das Ende einer politischen Karriere eines Schneiders

Fundi i një farse dhe fundi i karrierës politike të një tyxhari


Nga Enver Robelli

Gati tre muaj pas zgjedhjeve parlamentare të Kosovës dje mori fund një farsë. Behgjet Pacolli tha se ka vendosur të braktisë koalicionin me Lidhjen Demokratike të Kosovës (LDK). Mërmëriti për ndarjen e rrugëve mes partisë së tij dhe LDK-së. Tha se nuk ka bërë marrëveshje me koalicionin PAN për bashkëqeverisje, por njëkohësisht paralajmëroi një takim me Ramush Haradinajn gjatë ditës. Në fund të majit Pacolli tha në Kamenicë se koalicioni i partisë së tij (AKR) me LDK-në është «koalicion i shpresës». Pastaj u bëri thirrje zgjedhësve të përkrahin Refiqe Tërnavën për deputete në parlamentin e Kosovës. Refiqe Tërnava nuk mori besimin e qytetarëve për të hyrë në parlament dhe ky padyshim është lajm i mirë për demokracinë e brishtë kosovare. Lajmi tjetër i mirë është edhe largimi i Pacollit nga aleanca me LDK-në, sepse ai, në të vërtetë, nuk ka qenë kurrë në koalicion me LDK-në, por vetëm një «kalë Troje» i PDK-së në kampin kundërshtar politik. Është mirë që kjo maskaradë mori fund. Dhe me këtë, fatmirësisht, edhe karriera politike e një tyxhari. Për zbavitjen e publikut kanë qenë edhe deklaratat e Agim Bahtirit se AKR nuk do të bëjë kurrë koalicion me PDK-në.

Tani Pacolli sërish do të thotë se u sakrifikua për Kosovën, se e ka vështirë ta refuzojë Ramush Haradinajn, të cilin dikur e quante «mosmirënjohës» për paratë që ia kishte dhënë gjatë gjykimit në Hagë (sipas tij «1,1 milionë euro»). Dokrra në prag të vjeshtës.

LDK dhe kreu i saj Isa Mustafa bën një gabim të madh, kur e pranuan në koalicion AKR-në. Sepse AKR në thelb nuk është parti politike, por një grup parapolitik për ndjekjen e interesave të familjes Pacolli në fushën e biznesit, në privatizime hotelesh e fabrikash, në lojëra me sigurime, në ndërtime. Është si të thuash partia rezervë e PDK-së për raste emergjente. Dha ja ku shfaqet tani Pacolli për t’i «ndihmuar Kosovës». Pas kalkulimeve disa javore, pas shtirjes sikur nuk do të bëjë kurrë koalicion me PAN-in, pas «rritjes së çmimit», pas takimeve larg syve të opinionin ai mund të ketë negociuar një marrëveshje dobiprurëse për të dhe klanin e tij.

Deri më sot marrëveshjet politike që i ka bërë Pacolli kanë qenë në dobi të tij dhe në dëm të Kosovës. Në fund të viteve ‘90 tentoi të bëjë shumë dëm, duke pranuar rolin e emisarit të regjimit të Boris Jelcinit në «zgjidhjen e konfliktit të Kosovës». Në këtë mision u pengua sidomos nga Fehmi Agani, atëherë nënkryetar i LDK-së. Pas luftës Pacollit filluan t’ia ledhatojnë egon komandantët e shndërruar në politikanë dhe ia hapën rrugën për të hyrë në politikë me një qëllim: shkatërrimin e Lidhjes Demokratike të Kosovës. Situata qe e favorshme për shkak se LDK gjendej në duart e dy politikanëve të papërgjegjshëm (F. Sejdiut dhe N. Dacit), të cilët si atëherë dhe sot besojnë se egoja e tyre është më e rëndësishme se fati i një partie me merita historike, përkundër të gjitha mangësive e gabimeve që ka LDK.

Në shumë ministri kosovare tani nëpunësit presin me ankth se ku do t’i dërgojë Pacolli tyxharët e tij. Po flitet për pesë ministri që do të marrë AKR. Një fuqi marramendëse për një parti qe ka 4 deputetë dhe po të mos ishte LDK as që do të kalonte pragun për të hyrë në Kuvend.

A do të vazhdojë Pacolli «lobimin» për Kosovën aty ku e la kur ishte zëvendëskryeministër? Me nënshkrime kontratash me firma të dyshimta në Afrikë, duke ngatërruar rolin e tij. Me «dhurata» (kompjuterë dhe kolltukë) për sundimtarët në Mali. Me sigurimin e njohjeve, të cilat pastaj rezultonin të jenë të pasigurta apo të pavërteta. Duket se të gjitha këto nuk do të luajnë rol në politikën e Kosovës, me rëndësi që Pacolli të kryejë punën e patericës politike.

Tani po hyn në skenën politike «shpëtimtari i komandantëve»  ose: versioni kosovar i Bogolub Kariqit, i cili edhe kur nuk ishte fare në parlament formonte grup parlamentar. Pacolli tha se do të krijojë një grup të ri parlamentar në Kuvendin e Kosovës. Këtë nuk mund ta bëjë, sepse ka vetëm 4 deputetë (madje njëri prej tyre, Korab Sejdiu, mund të qëndrojë në LDK). Por, as për këtë nuk duhet të bëhet merak Pacolli. Kadri Veseli dhe Ramush Haradinaj do t’ia sigurojnë pastaj numrat për grup parlamentar. Në pazarin politik të Kosovës çdo gjë është e mundur. I lumtur mund të jetë tani për tani edhe presidenti Hashim Thaçi, i cili duke shkelur rolin e tij kushtetues ka bërë çfarë ka mundur që shumica shqiptare e deputetëve të mbetet në opozitë. Tani i mbetet Thaçit që bashkë me Pacollin ta nisin dhe ta përfundojnë procesin e pajtimit të Kosovës me Serbinë. Pacolli ka përvojë në këtë drejtim. Pak ditë pas pavarësisë së Kosovës i pati thënë një gazete kroate se Serbia është nëna e Kosovës. Që të dy, të asistuar nga Ramush Haradinaj, do të kenë vetëm një problem: rreth 60 deputetë shqiptarë të opozitës.

http://www.javanews.al/fundi-nje-farse-dhe-fundi-karrieres-politike-te-nje-tyxhari/

Prizren’s Filigree Workers Keep Ancient Kosovo Craft Alive

31 Jul 17

Prizren’s Filigree Workers Keep Ancient Kosovo Craft Alive

A handful of artisans in the southern Kosovo city of Prizren are struggling to maintain a centuries-old tradition of handmade filigree jewelry, passing it from father to son.

 

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Holed up in a corner of his shop in southern Kosovo city of Prizren, a small grey-haired man takes a small piece of silver and turns it into a finely twisted thread.

He then combines tiny metal threads and beads, using a blowpipe to give the metal different shapes. They will later become a necklace, he explains.

Nrec Gjini, 49, inherited this ancient craft from his father, who inherited it from his own father.

He never once thought of changing anything about the way he works, although times have been often hard and modern technology would have made it all a lot easier.

Right there, in his tiny workshop, in the corner, he’s happily alone with the silver.

“We work with twisted threads of silver,” says Gjini. Not everyone can master this art properly, he notes, explaining that besides artistic talent, it requires absolute precision, as the motifs and details of the silverwork are so minute.

Gjini is one of the few remaining jewelers in Prizren who still know and practise the art of filigree, a delicate lace-like kind of jewelry metalwork made with tiny beads and twisted threads. The art remains popular in Asia, especially India, but also in North Africa – but is rare in modern Europe……

http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/prizren-s-filigree-workers-keep-ancient-kosovo-craft-alive-07-28-2017

Berlin Sammelbecken, krimineller ausländischer Gangster, welche Lob „Huldigungen“ verbreiten: Der Fall Enver Hoxhaj

Die Nepotismus Kultur des Auswärtigen Amtes, mit Kriminellen und Mördern ist schon erstaunlich. Wenn Dumm sich mit noch Dümmeren umgibt, zur Selbstdarstellung, dann kommt das Auswärtige Amte in Berlin raus.

Nennt sich von der Verbrecher Partei PDK: Aussenminister des Kosovo, wo die Frage ist, wie lange er noch im Amte sein wird. Besser verständlich als Sprecher der Drogen und Terroristen Organisationen aus dem Kosovo, identisch wie der Albanische Botschafter in Berlin: Arthur Kuko, uralter Drogen Adel mit der Familie des Lefter – Nard Koka, Agron und Armando Duko, welche die ersten Drogen Küchen in Shiak – Shkozet schon in 1998 errichteten und Geldwäsche Bauten ohne Ende. siehe auch der Barzani Clan, eine Kreation des Frank-Walter Steinmeier für einen uralten Verbrecher Clans, durch Nichts legitimiert, das die ein Generalkonsultat in Berlin haben, um Schleuser- Drogen Mafia Aktivitäten zutarnen. Identisch das Stuttgarter Konsulat; Made by Berlin Mafia: Die Shala Mafia in Stuttgart. Tausende von Kriminellen, welche neue Identitäten in Albanien erhielten.

Kosovo Gangster Enver Shala, und neue Bau Skandale ohne Ende in Albanien: Das Mafia Konsulat, des „Edon Cana“ in Stuttgart

Aber Lob auf Angela Merkel, um mehr Geld zu bekommen, wo Kosovaren überall in Albanien ihren zweit- Dritt Sitz haben, weitere Luxus Villen und oft 5 und auch 10 Appartments in Durres, oder Shengin.

Die NATO geschaffenen Drogen „Failed State“: 40 mal höhere Drogen Produktion: Albanien, Afghanistan, Kosovo


EU finanziert mit Millionen den Islamischen Terror der Kosovo Verbrecher Clans

Enver Hoxhaj ist ein kosovarischer Politiker und Historiker. Mitglied in dem Verbrecher, Mord, Drogen Club der Hashim Thaci PDK.
Von 2011 bis 2014 leitete er das Außenministerium der Republik Kosovo. Dieses Amt hat er erneut seit Anfang Juni 2016 inne.

Wenn die EU, UN, USA Justiz bringen: Courts in Kosovo with over 200 thousand unresolved cases

Westbalkan-Konferenz in Berlin (picture-alliance/dpa/B. von Jutrczenka) Hoxhaj: „Berlin-Prozess hat großen und positiven Einfluss auf die Region gehabt“

Enver Hoxhaj: „Westbalkan braucht die Hilfe der EU“

Enver Hoxhaj: Ich glaube, was mit dem Berlin-Prozess begonnen hat, hat unglaublich großen und positiven Einfluss auf die Region gehabt.Die regionale Zusammenarbeit ist nicht mehr das, was sie vor Jahren war, und das, was Frau Merkel mit Berlin begonnen hat, ist eine tolle Initiative, eine tolle Leistung. Aber die Region ist in einer Art Stillstand so lange es keine gegenseitige Anerkennung von Kosovo und Serbien gibt – das wäre die völlige Normalisierung der Beziehungen zwischen den beiden Staaten. Deswegen sind wir sehr daran interessiert, eine letzte Phase des Dialogs mit Belgrad zu haben, die zu einer Anerkennung von Kosovo führt und Kosovo ermöglicht, einen Sitz in der UNO zu bekommen. Dadurch wurde auch ein Versöhnungsprozess zwischen der serbischen und der kosovarischen Gesellschaft beginnen. Abgesehen von den Beziehungen zwischen Kosovo und Serbien ist die Namensfrage zwischen Mazedonien und Griechenland ein Thema und auch die interne Situation in Bosnien. Diese offenen bilateralen Fragen sind weiterhin ein Problem, und ich glaube, die Mitgliedstaaten der Europäische Union sollten in den nächsten zwei bis drei Jahren einen Fokus darauf haben, wie wir wenigstens eine dieser großen historischen Herausforderungen lösen können.

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Ich glaube, abgesehen von verschiedenen politischen Fragen, die dort gelöst werden sollten, braucht die Region mehr Unterstützung der Europäischen Union.

Noch ein dummes Geschwätz der Kosovo Politiker aus dem selben Haus, das je der Spezial Gerichtshof im Kosovo eine Funktion haben wird.

kosovo-war-court-president-promises-impartial-justice-07-19-2017

Kosovo War Court President Promises Impartial Justice

The president of the Kosovo Specialist Chambers, Ekaterina Trendafilova, told BIRN the new court has no ethnic bias, will protect its witnesses from intimidation and deliver justice impartially and independently.

Die EU mit ihrer „Konsens“ Politik: „Kultur der Straflosigkeit“ in Albanien: Concerns are emerging about attempts to block #Albania justice system reforms

Das desaströse Langzeit Debakel der EU, USA mit korrupten Institutionen und Justizbringer in Albanien, dem Kosovo. Justiz EU Missionen, sind eine Langzeit „Camorra“ identische Geldabzocke der EU und von Berlin, denn noch nie gab es eine Verbesserung der „Rechtstaatlichkeit“, aber der Reise und Abzocker Zirkus wuchs ständig heute mit einem kriminellen und korrupten Deutschen Justizminister Heiko Maas. Vor allem Augen finanziert die korrupte EU, KfW, die Zerstörung der Küste, Antiker Stätten, finanziert Geldwäsche Bauten der Mafia und illegales Bauen im Null Funktion Staat. Projekt Kontrollen und Kompetenz Null.

Mit Kriminellen und Idioten, kann man keinen Staat aufbauen, was aber US, EU und Berliner System Politik ist seit vielen Jahren. Von Albanien, Ukraine bis Süd Sudan kommen nur noch „failed state“ heraus, wo Kriminelle, Mörder, Terroristen Partner der sogenannten Aussenpolitik sind.

„Konsens“ Politik, sabotiert praktisch jedes Demokratie System, vor allem wenn die dümmsten EU Gestalten seit 20 Jahren diesen Unfug im Sinne von Erpressung von kriminellen Clans, u.a. auch auf Regierungs Beteiligung wie nun in Albanien zum Kultur Projekt erklärt haben. Gewinner sind nun seit vielen Jahren immer hoch kriminelle Clans, oft mit Terroristen Verbindungen, welche jede Art von Gesetz und Rechtstaatlichkeit verweigern, was diese dummen Banden in Brüssel nie kapieren werden, wie die Ukrainische Kathastrophe ebenso dokumentierte, als man Unterschriften unter einen EU Betrag mit Stefan Füle erpresste und heute macht der Hirnlose und korrupte Johannes Hahn so weiter, wo mininmal Intelligenz wie bei Ashton, heute nicht vorhanden ist, oder Kompetenz. Man schreibt gefakte Berichte, Phantom Projekte ohne Nachhaltigkeit nur noch zum Geld stehlen, wie im korrupten Deutschen BMZ, mit der KfW und GIZ, was zum Kosovo Debakel ebenso führte und stiehlt Milliarden. Insider und im Deutschen TV: Der Jesuit Walter Happel erklärt das „Camorra“ identische  BMZ System, IRZ Stiftung System wo die „Nghradeta“ längst ins Staunen kommt!

Im April 2016, gab es schon ein Ultimatum der Amerikaner, die Justiz Reform zuverschieden, was die extrem dummen Gestalten der EU Politik, die korrupte EU Botschafterin mit ihren dummen Sprüche wie der „Konsenz“ Politik permanent selbst sabotieren. Für die Verbrecher Kartelle, welche identisch mit der Albanischen Regierung ist, gehen deshalb auch der Drogen Anbau, die enorme Geldwäsche, erneut eine Steigerung für 2016 von fast 400 % Drogen Export weiter. Aufgebaut vom Ex-Innenminister Samir Tahiri, wurde nach 2000 mit der Ilir Meta Regierung dieser erneute kriminelle Polizei Aufbau mit Hilfe der Amerikaner, wo das TIMS Polizei Computer System permanent manipuliert wird, ungehindert man rund um Durres illegal aus- und einreisen kann, obwohl der halbe Zoll- und Polizei Apparat inzwischen ausgetauscht wurde. Jeder Kriminelle kann sich neue Identitäten kaufen, als System von Deutschland mit dem korrupten Bundesdruckerei Geschäft mit Ludgar Vollmer aufgebaut.

Der Konsens Betrug – Mashtrimi me Konsensusin, altes und aktuelles Justiz Modell der Albaner Mafia
EU Skandal ohne Ende: Dr. Franz Jung: keine Gesetze, Nichts von der Justiz Reform ist implementiert

Der Gangster „Edi Rama“ sabotiert die Justiz Reform

aus Heft 34/2007Außenpolitik: Wir kamen, sahen und versagten und die Studie des Instituts für Europäische Politik (IEP)  Militär Studie sprachen deutliche Worte in 2007, aber die Mafiösen Strukturen der EU und der BMZ, verhindern jede seriöse Änderung. Zitat der Studie: „alle Institutionen, sind von der Mafia unterwandert, inklusive des NATO KFOR Generalstabes“
Die als „Verschlusssache“ eingestufte Studie des IEP kam bereits Anfang 2007 zu
dem Schluss, dass das Kosovo „fest in der Hand der Organisierten
Kriminalität“ ist, die „weitgehende Kontrolle über den
Regierungsapparat“ hat. Auch deshalb, weil gegischsprachige Gruppen laut Jane’s Intelligence Review große Teile des Heroin- und Mädchenhandels in Europa kontrollieren. Zu diesem
Ergebnis kam auch der IEP-Bericht
womit dann Alles über die EU Botschaften, KfW, GIZ, Weltbank, EBRD, IFC, den sonstigen Institutionen gesagt ist, oder Dummschwätzern wie dem Österreichischen Botschafter: Stadler mit seinen uralten Mafiösen Sigurime Partnern vor Ort, welche den Bankrott der „Alpine“ mit verursacht haben.
56 % der Albaner wollen inzwischen auswandern, weil der „Failed State“, keine
Perspektive, noch Schulen, Ausbildung und Kultur für die Kinder bieten

Edi Rama; Chef Gangster betrügt und sabotiert jede Reform :: kritisiert aber die EU

Show Programm der Albaner Mafia, denn Nichts wird implementiert

 

Concerns are emerging in Brussels and Washington about attempts to block #Albania justice system reforms

| June 15, 2017 | 0 Comments

IEP-Bericht,
Amid a growing chorus of dissent within Albania’s opposition Democratic Party, concerns are emerging in Brussels and Washington about attempts to block the nation’s justice system reforms, 
writes Martinn Banks.

The reforms, aimed at ridding the courts of corrupt and incompetent judges and prosecutors, is a key prerequisite before EU accession negotiations can begin but was being blocked by a three-month parliamentary boycott led by DP leader Lulzim Basha. That was resolved after Socialist Party Prime Minister Edi Rama agreed to delay parliamentary elections by a week and allow the DP to appoint a number of “technical” ministers to the government during the electoral period.

However, factions are now challenging the reforms before Albania’s constitutional court, prompting international concern. “The much needed justice reform in Albania has once again come under attack,” a spokesman for the EU’s External Action Service said yesterday. “We call on all parties to complete the formation of the vetting institutions. Attacking the judicial reform rather than ensuring implementation of vetting, with close monitoring of the International Monitoring Operation, harms Albania’s present and future.”

The US embassy in Tirana issued a similar statement. “The Albanian people should be concerned about these efforts to weaken the reform, in order to defend corrupted judges and prosecutors, including the ones who have connections with the organized crime,” it said.

Simultaneously, criticisms are being aired about the JustizbringerDemocratic Party’s de-selection of a number of DP electoral candidates who had been supporters of the justice reform. In an exclusive interview with this website, one senior party member branded Basha a “petty autocrat”.

The DP member, a sitting MP, said that if, as expected, DP loses the general election on 25 June Basha should resign and “face the consequences.” The MP declined to be named for fear of further retribution.

The MP accused Basha of trying to “silence” critics in the party and blocking their selection as DP candidates in the upcoming election.

Those in the party who had supported judicial reforms opposed by Basha and partly designed to help pave the way for Albania’s EU accession negotiations to re-start, had “paid the price”.

Latest opinion polls show DP, which only recently lifted its boycott of the election, is likely to lose the poll to the ruling Socialist Party.

A poll by Italy’s Istituto Piepoli released on Tuesday (13 June) said that if the election were held today, the Socialist party would take 49-53 per cent of the vote, compared with 29-33 per cent for the DP. Potentially, the pollsters said the SP vote could bring the party close to achieving a majority in the 140-seat parliament.

In Brussels, one of the MEPs closely involved in mediation efforts prior to the election campaign said, “Nothing seems to have been resolved in Albania where one of the two mainstream political parties seems to be descending into political crisis and is dominated by an authoritarian leadership.” The MEP declined to be named…..

https://www.eureporter.co/frontpage/2017/06/15/concerns-are-emerging-in-brussels-and-washington-about-attempts-to-block-albania-justice-system-reforms/

Rückblick, in die Ilir Regierung, wo auch schon Alles bekannt war.

Peinlich wenn die Fakten zeigen aus 2001, 2002 das schon damals die Skrapari Bande jede Justiz in Albanien verhinderte, wie Internationale Reports u.a. vom IWPR, oder Transparency International Corruption Report 2001 aufzeigten. Zitat: +++Albanian politicians have signalled a rare willingness to unite in the name of national interest. ***„Justiz unerwünscht, wurde damals schon bei Ilir Meta Regierungs festgestellt. Die Grundstücks Mafia war damals schon gut bekannt.

„Kultur der Straflosigkeit“ in Albanien

Ein Enthüllungsvideo war vor einem Jahr Anlass für die Demonstrationen gegen Korruption in Albanien. Vier Menschen starben. Der damalige Vizepremierminister, der auf dem Video zu sehen war, wurde jetzt freigesprochen.

Albanien KorruptionsschildDie Bürger Albaniens haben genug von der Korruption

In Albanien ist am Montag einer der spektakulärsten Korruptionsprozesse der vergangenen Jahre mit einem Freispruch zu Ende gegangen. Angeklagt war der Politiker Ilir Meta….

(gekaufte IT Gutachter, erhielten Staatsposten, widersprachen einem technischen FBI Gutachten, ein gekaufter Richter akzeptierte das und schon war Ilir Meta, erneut ohne Vorstrafen, organisiert von Spartak Braho, dem „Paten von Durres“)

http://www.dw.com/de/kultur-der-straflosigkeit-in-albanien/a-6700468

EU Delegation in Tirana statement for implementation of the Justice Reform – 7 Members of Appeals College Nominated

Die Dominanz dieser Rechtspraxis erstickt dabei jedweden
S[ecurity]S[ystem]R[eform]-Prozess im Keim, da die Regeln des Kanun
bereits vom Ansatz her einer Etablierung rechtsstaatlicher und
demokratischer Strukturen zuwider laufen.

https://www.heise.de/tp/features/Kosovo-Wahlen-bestaetigen-gescheiterten-Staat-3741045.html

US Medien über die identischen Zustände in Albanien

April 18, 2017, 12:04 am
The American SpectatorAmerican Spectator,American Spectator,

BE për Reformën në Drejtësi: Zbatojeni siç keni rënë dakord, varet anëtarësimi në BE

EU Delegation in Tirana statement for implementation of the Justice Reform

17:53, 13/06/2017

EU Member States Embassies and the EU Delegation in Tirana call on all relevant authorities to adhere to their full commitment to the implementation of the Justice Reform, which was unanimously voted in the Albanian Parliament almost a year ago. Vetting of judges and prosecutors, as envisaged in the legislation that has already been reviewed both by the Venice Commission and the Constitutional Court of Albania, needs to start. The EU recalls that credible and tangible progress on all five key priorities, the implementation of the Justice Reform, and in particular the vetting, are essential for the opening of accession negotiations with Albania.

http://www.syri.net/politike/72205/be-per-reformen-ne-drejtesi-zbatojeni-sic-keni-rene-dakord-varet-anetaresimi-ne-be/?gjuha=En

USA sind überall mit Terroristen unterwegs als System von Bosnien, Albanien, Kosovo, Süd Sudan bis Indonesien

US designates Indonesian-based jihadist group

State’s designation notes that the Majelis Mujahidin Indonesia (MMI), which is responsible for several terrorist attacks in Indonesia, also has ties to al Qaeda’s branch in Syria. Read more →

Photos show US joint patrols with rebels in southern Syria

The photos and videos show the extent of the US presence in southern Syria near the border with Iraq. This comes as the Tanf area of southeastern Syria has largely become a flash-point between US and Iranian-controlled forces. Read more →

Finanziert vom Auswärtigen Amte: Kriegsverbrechen: Bundesanwaltschaft geht gegen al-Nusra-Mitglieder in Deutschland vor

Die Deutsche Staaten Zerstörer Aussenpolitik – Südsudan: Schon Teenager vergewaltigen

Kosovo Mafia, stahl 320 Millionen €, wie die Staats Institution feststellte. Geldwäsche wie in Albanien mit System: Partner EU, NATO, Berlin, Weltbank

 

300 milionë euro, pasuria e politikanëve kosovarë

300 milionë euro, pasuria e politikanëve kosovarë

09:08, 15/06/2017

Pasuria e kabinetit qeveritar, si dhe e 120 deputetëve të Parlamentit të Kosovës vlerësohet rreth 300 milionë euro. Vetëm zëvendëskryeministri Ramiz Kelmendi ka deklaruar pasuri në vlerë prej 106 milionë eurosh, shkruan sot Gazeta „Zëri“

Pothuajse çdonjëri nga 120 deputetët e Parlamentit të Republikës së Kosovës ka pasuri milionëshe, duke përfshirë këtu patundshmërinë e deklaruar, si dhe depozitat e majme që i mbajnë në sistemin bankar.

Sipas formularëve të deklarimit të pasurisë të publikuar dje nga Agjencia Kosovare Kundër Korrupsionit (AKK), gazeta “Zëri” ka bërë një kalkulim të pasurisë së deklaruar të zyrtarëve të lartë shtetërorë në Kosovë, e cila rezulton të jetë rreth 300 milionë euro.

Më i pasuri nga të gjithë politikanët është zëvendëskryeministri në largim Ramiz Kelmendi, i cili ka deklaruar aksione në rrjetin e supermarketeve “ETC”, që vlejnë hiç më pak se 106 milionë euro.

Ai po ashtu ka deklaruar se ka në pronësi dy shtëpi në vlerë prej 230 mijë eurosh, toka në vlerë prej 45 mijë eurosh, si dhe 3200 euro para të gatshme në bankë.

Pas Kelmendit me pasuri aktualisht prin kryetari i Komunës së Mitrovicës Jugore Agim Bahtiri dhe pasuria, të cilën ky e ka deklaruar në Agjencinë Kundër Korrupsionit, është më e madhe se 7 milionë euro.

Ai ka deklaruar se ka në pronësi 4 shtëpi në vlerë prej 1 milion e 360 mijë eurosh, si dhe një sipërfaqe të madhe të tokës në vlerë prej 6.2 milionë eurosh http://www.syri.net/rajoni/72571/300-milione-euro-pasuria-e-politikaneve-kosovare/

EU finanzierte Wahl Systeme: Kosovo has 1.7m citizens and 1.9m voters: Albania has 2,8 Citizens and 3,7m voters and 4,4m ID Cards

 

Albania has 2,8 Citizens and 3,7m voters and 4,4m ID Cards

Kosovo has 1.7m citizens and 1.9m voters

Balkan Stile: Albanien, Mazedonien, Kosovo
Balkan Stile: Albanien, Mazedonien, Kosovo

Kriminelle werden frei gelassen, als Wahlkampf Unterstützung so in Albanien, vor allem in Durres: hier Kashari aktuell, wo mit AK-47 Wahlkampf durch die örtliche Polizei gemacht wird am hellichten Tage. Und der Deutsche Innenminister, Verfassungschutz Präsident lügen, lügen rund um gefakte Identitäten, was sich in Deutschland aufhält und die grössten Verbrecher Clans, haben direkt höchste Deutsche und Albanische Protektion, wie der Visa Skandal schon zeigte. Man kennt sogar die Adressen, aber die SPD Parteibuch Fuzzis der korrupten Verdummung, fördern das bekanntlich was mit Heiko Maas anfängt, der zur Ablenkung die Rechte Gefahr erfindet.

 

Frisch aus dem Gefängniss, zur Wahlkampf Edi Rama Unterstützung und mit AK 47 in Kashari

Kosovo: Expected tectonic changes on the political scene

The International Institute for Middle-East and Balkan Studies (IFIMES) in Ljubljana, Slovenia, regularly analyses events in the Middle East and the Balkans. IFIMES has prepared an analysis of the current political situation in Kosovo in the light of the early parliamentary election scheduled for 11 June 2017.  The most interesting sections from the analysis entitled “Kosovo: Expected tectonic changes on the political scene” are published below.

Kosovo:

Expected tectonic changes on the political scene

 

On 11 June 2017 the third (early) parliamentary election is taking place in Kosovo since the country proclaimed its independence for 17 February 2008 .

 

Kosovo Government lost the vote of no confidence on 10 May 2017,  which was no surprise after constant conflicts between the two leading coalition partners: the Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK) led by Isa Mustafa and the Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK) led by Kadri Veseli.  The Serbian List (SL) and other minority communities in Kosovo were the third coalition partner.

 

The Kosovo Assembly (parliament) has 120 members, of which 20 seats are reserved for representatives of minority communities as follows: 10 seats for the Serbian community, 3 for the Bosniak community, 2 for the Turkish community, 4 for the Roma (RAE – Romani, Ashkali and Egyptians) and 1 for the Gorans.

 

The Serbs as the largest minority community will compete with six electoral lists. If they competed with only one electoral list they could win a larger number of parliament seats. Those who support such option have a strong argument – better chances to win more seats.  However, democracy is based on political pluralism, i.e. the possibility to present different political programmes. Since the Brussels Agreement was signed between Belgrade and Pristina in April 2013, the Serbian community has unified under the auspices of Belgrade, which has aggravated the position of Serbian community in Kosovo as it has had to follow the instructions from Belgrade.

 

There are in total 1,8 million voters who will have the right to vote at the forthcoming election in 38 municipalities.

 

Kosovo is one of the countries in the region (such as Macedonia) having problems with the unconsolidated and untrustworthy electoral roll – it is improbable to have almost 1.8 million voters in a country with a population of only about two million.

 

The right to vote is also given to Kosovo citizens registered as voters who are residing outside Kosovo, predominantly the Serbs who live mostly  in Serbia. However, this time it will be possible for Kosovo citizens who live abroad to vote by post – they will simply print the ballot paper from the Kosovo Central Election Commission (CIK), fill it in and send it together with their personal identification document to the CIK address. This opens the possibilities for various misuses and manipulations, especially since the OSCE Mission will not send its observers to monitor the election due to a very short period of time till the election date.

 

THE MISSION OF THE SPECIAL WAR CRIMES COURT?

 

In 2014 the Kosovo Assembly adopted the Law on ratification of the International Agreement between the Republic of Kosovo and the European Union on the EU Rule of Law Mission in Kosovo which envisages the formation of the special war crimes court and prosecution office which should try alleged human organ trafficking from the Council of Europe investigations based on the report drawn up by Dick Marty.  It was expected to examine some serious allegations from the 2010 Council of Europe report and to prosecute the war crime suspects in Kosovo, especially some of the former commanders of  Kosovo Liberation  Army (UÇK). However, no such court has been established yet.

 

Analysts believe that the special war crimes court is to be established in order to prosecute war leaders from UÇK, especially those currently performing the highest functions in Kosovo institutions. Despite the facts that Kosovo has its own national legislation, that the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) operates in the Hague and that the EULEX Mission has been set up as the largest mission ever to be established in the field of rule of law – it is obvious that all these institutions have failed to fulfil their basic tasks. Unless the war leaders are eliminated from political and public life in Kosovo, it will be very hard to achieve any progress in Kosovo. Finding out the truth is the only way to justice and reconciliation. The leading world states are planning that after signing the Brussels Agreement most of the current leaders would be eliminated from the Kosovo political scene, including the incumbent President Hashim Thaçi. After the non-election of Nikola Gruevski (VMRO-DPMNE) in Macedonia it is expected that Thaçi will also leave the politics.

 

The country’s weak judicial system is not capable of carrying out quality and fair trials of suspects of war crimes, organised crime and corruption. The main nests of crime in Kosovo are the Privatisation Agency, public companies,  customs control, public tenders etc.  The roots of crime in Kosovo stem from its government-in-exile.

 

 

ABUSE OF THE ELECTION CAMPAIGN

 

The election campaign will only last 10 days. The incumbent Kosovo government (LDK – PDK) has abused the election campaign, as they had started it already before the campaign was officially launched. Kosovo laws do not provide for any sanctions in case of election campaign abuse. Spending public funds on the election campaign and the (ab)use of the media that are controlled by the government or political parties represent the country’s usual practice. The fairness and loyalty of the election campaign depends mostly on the media.

– See more at: http://www.ifimes.org/en/9377#sthash.WFBTsnZD.dpuf

EU – NATO: “ bribery of foreign officials“ Albania is a failed state, here is why! : Kosovo has 1.7m citizens and 1.9m voters

„“We have reached an impasse wherein self-proclaimed Albanian democrats no longer trust that their country is democratic. Impartial observers have been warning of this for years.“

Albania has 2,8 Citizens and 3,7m voters and 4,4m ID Cards

Wahlen Albanien

election

Kosovo has 1.7m citizens and 1.9m voters

June elections are last chance for country and region to reverse spiral into violence

2 Milliarden Drogen Gelder der Mafia in den Wahlkampf!

Klartext des OSCE Botschafters: Bernd Borchardt: Ambasadori i OSBE: Qarkullojnë më shumë se 2 miliardë euro nga droga

2013:
Der System Betrug der OSCE, mit den Non-Stop gefälschten Wahlen in Albanien und dem Kosovo Gefälschte Wahlberichte, normal bei der OSCE, weil man ja einen Vertrag mit der jeweiligen Regierung braucht, ansonsten das Land verlassen muss. Prostitution, hat eine neue Bedeutung. OSCE und Co.

Ex-NATO Chef: Lord Roberston: “the KLA were responsible for more deaths in Kosovo than the Yugoslav [Serb] authorities had been.”

 

Albania is a failed state, here is why

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With many eyes on Macedonia’s political situation which has been made worse by foreign interventions from the EU and NATO which both support the Tirana Platform which would effectively destroy the unity of the Macedonian state, internal events in Albania itself may soon jeopardize stability in the region.

Protests throughout Albania have been going on for months as the main opposition Democratic Party and other activists have called for the Prime Minister Edi Rama to resign prior to elections scheduled for 18 June, 2017 . Many want a technocratic government to oversee the process, having lost all faith in democracy.

We have reached an impasse wherein self-proclaimed Albanian democrats no longer trust that their country is democratic. Impartial observers have been warning of this for years.

One can tell that the genie is fully out of the bottle when even the neo-liberal Financial Times admits that half of Albania’s GDP comes from drug sales and cultivation.

The truth of the matter is that Albania is a narco-state, built on top of a mafia state where the illegal drugs trade, organ trade, weapons trade, human trafficking and blatant corruption are the guided forces of business in both the private and public sectors.

The fact that this impoverished, broken state has imperialist ambitions heavily assisted by the US Deep state, threatening to annex neighbouring states including parts Serbia, Macedonia, Greece and Montenegro is not only illegal and irresponsible but also deeply frightening.

Many in Albania are openly calling for a ‘Greater Albania’ which would encompass the sovereign territories of each aforementioned nation. But as it stands, Albanian leaders cannot even run the state that they have according to its current borders.

A lengthy report from a US based anti-corruption website, citing a variety of mostly western sources has found that corruption exists at almost every level of the Albanian state, including in private business dealings.

The EU is all rather confused about this. Albania’s corrupt mafioso elite are staunchly pro-EU and Albania is an enthusiastic member of NATO.

Some realists in the EU however realize that Albania’s cringe-worthy levels of corruption would be an economic and security disaster for the EU. More worryingly though, many EU officials prefer to look the other way or simply lie about the dire situation in order to continue pFatmir Mediu, Dr. Fatmir Mediu, Franz Jung. Agron Duka, Geht direkt zu Rheinmetall als gekaufter Politikerromulgating a narrative that Albania is an EU country in the making.

While the EU itself is deeply corrupt, Albania’s corruption is far more ‘old school’ in the sense that money talks and when it doesn’t, the bullets do the talking.

Albania’s terrorist proxies and violent separatists threaten to break up Macedonia and violate Serbia’s territorial integrity. When one realises that these people cannot control their own country, it puts things into perspective. The perspective is in a word: grim.

http://www.business-anti-corruption.com/country-profiles/albania

Albania Corruption Report

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Snapshot

albania_250x179.pngCorruption is a serious problem in Albania. It is one of the country’s greatest stumbling blocks, impeding its bid for EU candidacy and hindering its investment climate. The procurement and construction sectors are particularly affected by patronage networks and other forms of corruption. The judiciary is also hampered by corruption and political influence. The necessary anti-corruption legal framework is in place, but enforcement is poor and conviction rates are very low. Active and passive bribery, as well as the bribery of foreign officials, are illegal under the country’s Criminal Code. The same applies for offering gifts or facilitation payments, yet these practices are widespread.

Last updated: August 2016
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Judicial System

Corruption in the Albanian judicial system is widespread and a very high risk for businesses. Bribes are often exchanged for favorable judicial decisions, and judges and prosecutors lack accountability (GCR 2015-2016EU Progress Report, 2015). Public perception reflects this, as more than three-quarters of surveyed citizens believe the judiciary is corrupt (the judiciary is ranked as the most corrupt institution among the 12 institutions included in the survey) (GCB 2013). On numerous occasions, judges and prosecutors have failed to comply with declaration of asset requirements, yet no sanctions have been issued to date (EU Progress Report, 2015). Although the Constitution provides for an independent judiciary, in practice the courts are subject to political pressure and intimidation (HRR 2015). The process of appointing judges is also opaque and plagued by corruption (EU Progress Report, 2015). In addition, the enforcement of court decisions is weak, particularly when they conflict with the government’s interests. There is also an apparent failure of the judiciary to properly prosecute the abuse of functions, which is pervasive among the political elite (BTI 2016). When sanctions in corruption cases are imposed, they are overly lenient (EU Progress Report, 2015).

Companies in Albania do not perceive the legal framework to be efficient when settling disputes or when challenging regulations (GCR 2015-2016). The business community believes the judiciary is an impediment to conducting business, so international arbitration is often sought as an alternative to dispute settlement (ICS 2016). Albania is a member of the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) and is a signatory to the New York Convention 1958 on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards.

Police

Businesses face a high risk of corruption when dealing with the police. Corruption and impunity are persistent problems, largely because of the low salaries of police officers, as well as a subsequent lack of motivation, diversity and leadership (HRR 2015). Accordingly, most Albanian households believe the police is corrupt (GCB 2013). In 2015, camera systems were installed in patrol vehicles to limit the bribery of officers – with success (HRR 2015). The government then expanded the automated system to include traffic tickets (HRR 2015). Businesses report that Albania’s police cannot be consistently relied upon to enforce law and order (GCR 2015-2016).

Public Services

The public services sector presents business with a moderate risk of corruption. Bribes and irregular payments are at times exchanged to obtain utilities (GCR 2015-2016). Almost 20% of companies report giving gifts to officials to „get things done“ (ES 2013). Nevertheless, business registrations and licensing are improving through a growing network of one-stop shops such as the government platform e-albania, although local administrations need greater resources to effectively deliver services (Albania Progress Report 2013; EU Progress Report, 2015). Business registration is easy, yet licensing remains challenging for companies in some sectors (ICS 2015). On average, starting a business requires 6 procedures, takes 6 days and costs 10% of income per capita (DB 2016).

Land Administration

The land administration carries a high risk of corruption. The process of obtaining construction permits is plagued by corruption (ICS 2015). More than one-third of businesses expect to give gifts to obtain permits (ES 2013). Additionally, the problem of land ownership in Albania is among the greatest impediments to the development of the country’s real estate market (ICS 2016). This is due to cumbersome property registration procedures, and poor enforcement of immovable property rights, which are also subject to corrupt practices (ICS 2016). Furthermore, securing property titles is made more difficult due to illegal construction work (ICS 2016).

In early 2015, the mayor of Vlora, Shpetim Gjika, along with a municipal official and a construction company manager were arrested on charges of abuse of office, illegal construction, and the falsification of documents (Press TV, Feb. 2015). No further information was available at the time of review.

Tax Administration

The tax administration carries a high corruption risk for business. Irregular payments and bribes are often exchanged when meeting with tax officials (GCR 2015-2016). Some improvements have been made in the tax administration (such as the establishment of an e-filing tax system), but corruption persists (particularly during inspections), negatively affecting the business environment (Albania Progress Report 2013). Paying taxes is more time consuming and more costly in Albania compared to neighboring countries, taking 357 hours per year at a total tax rate of 37% of profit (DB 2016).

Customs Administration

Corruption is a very high risk for businesses dealing with Albania’s customs administration. Bribes and irregular payments are frequently exchanged when importing and exporting, and transparency at the borders is poor (GETR 2014). Corruption is more widespread when importing than when exporting (GETR 2014). Companies also complain about the unequal application of base pricing by customs officials when they assess taxes and duties on imported goods (ICS 2015).

Recent years have shown progress regarding administrative and operative capacity of the Albanian customs administration, with an improvement of internal investigation activities and in the internal IT system (Albania Progress Report 2013). Additionally, a 24-hour camera surveillance system at border-crossings was extended, further limiting the possibilities of corruption (Albania Progress Report 2013). However, more is required regarding IT compatibility with EU standards and in simplifying customs clearance procedures (Albania Progress Report 2013).

Public Procurement

The public procurement sector carries a high corruption risk for business. Irregular payments and bribes are frequently exchanged in the process of awarding contracts and licenses (GCR 2015-2016). In the same vein, more than a quarter of companies expect to give gifts to officials to secure government contracts (ES 2013). Favoritism is also a problem in procurement as officials are perceived to often favor well-connected companies and individuals. Companies in Albania experience non-transparent processes when competing for public tenders (e.g. ‚fixed‘ technical specifications) as a means to exclude potential bidders (ICS 2015). The diversion of public funds to companies and individuals due to corruption is also a problem in Albania (GCR 2015-2016).

Albania now has an obligatory and fully operational e-procurement platform (ICS 2015; EU Progress Report 2015). Regulations can be found at the official website of the procurement system of Albania, which also publishes a list of companies that have committed irregularities during the procurement process. However, in practice, companies guilty of corruption are not effectively prohibited from participating in future procurement bids. To mitigate corruption risks associated with public procurement in Albania, investors are advised to exert caution when bidding on public tenders and are recommended to use a specialized public procurement due diligence tool.

In one case, the former governor of the Central Bank, Ardian Fullani, and his close aids were investigated during 2014 for the embezzlement of ALL 700 million from the bank’s reserves (BTI 2016). Under Fullani’s term, most of the bank’s employees enjoyed family connections to prominent politicians (BTI 2016). Fullani was later released from prison, despite the prosecutor ordering that he be put in isolation; the prosecutor was later removed from the case (BTI 2016). Fullani was eventually acquitted of the charges, while two former employees received 10 and 20 years of prison respectively for embezzlement (NiT 2016).
In another case in 2013, a former Minister of Defence was involved in a corruption case for the alleged violation of tender laws; in 2015, the prosecutor withdrew the file and closed the case (BTI 2016).

Natural Resources

The Albanian Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (ALBEITI) becamefully compliant with the EITI Standard in 2013. EITI compliance ensures an effective and transparent process for annual disclosure and reconciliation of all revenues from Albania’s extractive industries.

Legislation

Albania has a legal anti-corruption framework in place, yet frequent amendments subject to conflicting interpretations have undermined the legal certainty of the laws (EU Progress Report 2015). Furthermore, the government does not implement these laws effectively (HRR 2015).

The Criminal Code criminalizes active and passive bribery, bribery of foreign officials, influence peddling, abuse of office and money laundering. These provisions apply to both the public and the private sectors (U4 2011). Active corruption is penalized with prison terms ranging from six months to three years, and passive corruption can result in up to twelve years‘ imprisonment. A public employee is not allowed to accept any gifts, money or services for performing their service duties, according to the Law on Prevention of Conflicts of Interest in the Exercise of Public Functions and the Law on the Rules of Ethics In the Public Administration. Civil servants are allowed to accept gifts only of a symbolic traditional value or traditional hospitality of a value not clearly defined in legislation. In the case of an offered unfair advantage, a public official must report to their superior or risk a fine between ALL 10,000 and ALL 100,000. A Code of Ethics regulates the conduct of civil servants, and high-ranking officials are subject to asset declaration laws. Albania’s Constitution puts restrictions on the immunity of high-level public officials and judges; nonetheless, no high-level officials have been successfully prosecuted for corruption (ICS 2016). Financial investigations, money laundering measures and asset confiscation are rarely implemented or used in Albania (EU Progress Report 2015). Other relevant anti-corruption laws include the Law on Conflict of Interests. The protection of whistleblowers is not adequately provided for by the current legal framework (EU Albania Report 2015).

Albania has ratified the United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC) and the Council of Europe Civil and Criminal Law Conventions on Corruption.

Civil Society

Freedoms of expression and of the press are guaranteed by the Constitution, and the government generally respects these rights in practice (HRR 2015). Libel and defamation are illegal. Most media outlets are biased in favor of one of the political parties, and the links between politics, business and the media have led to increased censorship among journalists (NiT 2016). In 2015, the mayor of Elbasan was recorded warning journalists not to ask difficult questions and pointing to the potential consequences (NiT 2016). Media ownership has become more transparent, yet hidden ownership and lack of transparency of financing remains a source of concern (EU Progress Report 2015). Access to government information is provided by the law, yet authorities did not effectively implement these provisions (HRR 2015). The press environment in Albania is considered „partly free“ (FotP 2015).

Freedoms of assembly and association are guaranteed by law, and NGOs are not restricted (HRR 2015). Compliance with registration requirements is easy. Civil society organizations were widely involved and consulted in the formulation of the country’s anti-corruption strategy (2015-20) and action plan (2015-17) (EU Progress Report 2015). Furthermore, civil society representatives are to be included in the bodies monitoring the proper implementation of the strategy (EU Progress Report 2015). On the other hand, however, attempts by politicians to co-opt NGO representatives into the political parties‘ agendas have undermined the impartiality of civil society (BTI 2016).

 “ bribery of foreign officials“

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Fatmir Mediu, Dr. Fatmir Mediu, Franz Jung. Agron Duka, Geht direkt zu Rheinmetall als gekaufter Politiker

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