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A message for the “humanist” Sander Lleshaj/ Why do we need a “captain” as a minister?


A message for the “humanist” Sander Lleshaj/ Why do we need a “captain” as a minister?



A message for the “humanist” Sander Lleshaj/ Why do we need a “captain” as a minister?

The rescue of Alvin Berisha from the “hell” camp in Al Hol of Syria in November 2019, was the most sensational news in the Albanian media, but the Italian media also gave it a strong echo.

11- year-old, Alvin Berisha, who touched the hearts of Albanians, after having been alone in the infamous camp in Syria, was saved thanks to the intervention of the Italian team show “Le Iene”, part of which was Albanian journalist Taulant Kopliku.

11 -year-old arrived later in Rome from Beirut, thanks to the humanitarian corridor provided by the Red Cross with the Red Crescent, but also by the commitment of the international police cooperation service, in cooperation with the Italian presidency and the premiership.

Although the rescue of Alvin Berisha was tried to be used politically as well. It was the Minister of Interior Sander Lleshaj, who came out and bragged on television screens, trying to take on the merits of saving Alvin Berisha.

In a TV appearance in November 2019, Lleshaj said that his visit to Lebanon was not only aimed at rescuing Alvin, but also to continue the plan to find all other Albanians in ISIS camps. “The Albanian government has been preparing a plan for months to pull out from the camp the Albanian citizens who are involved in this huge drama, especially the children. The plan underwent unexpected changes, due to the changing geopolitical context in the region.

We are committed and prepared in order that all Albanian citizens, mainly children who have been excluded from the activity of participating in terrorist activities, return immediately to theirs homes. The area is a complete fog. It is an ambiguous situation, with many dangers. My visit there was not just for following the operation of finding Alvin Berisha, but also finding other Albanian citizens”- said Lleshaj at that time.

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But what happened? Almost a year after Alvin Berisha was rescued, beyond the propaganda made in the media to portray Sander Lleshaj as a “hero”, nothing is known about the fate of many other Albanians left in Syria.

While a day ago, Minister Lleshaj said that it is in Lebanon and is trying to re-repatriate women and children remained in the Syrian camp. During an interview on the show “Open”, Lleshaj released the next “pearl”, while he said that:”I have no legal duty to repatriate Albanian children from Al-Hol camp. I’m doing it for humanist purposes”.

In fact, if a Minister of Interior doesn’t serve the citizens, it makes no sense to be a minister. Why should Albanians pay a minister who doesn’t have the duty to serve the citizens? And if Sander Lleshaj is really so human as it claims, 50.000 euros, which he says it has paid for a luxury car which walks in Albanian road, would be better if they were put in service of rescuing the Albanian children that are still in Syria.

There is no Minister of Interior in the world, who has no obligation to help its citizens. He should not stay in office for a minute, if he isn’t in the service of the citizens. If he doesn’t serve the citizens, for what do we need him? Or for a “captain” who walks in a luxury BMW, or fights with journalists and threatens people? /

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Lulzim Basha prepares the expulsion of opponents from leading positions in the DP




Mori mandatin e tretë në PD/ Basha: Nuk dorëzohemi kurrë, do marr mbi supe çdo përgjegjësi

Lulzim Basha is in a hurry to quickly close the usurpation of any leading position in the Democratic Party and remove any strong voice critical of him, who demands changes or who thinks that Basha really lost the April 25 elections.

Official sources from the DP told that immediately after the analysis, will be held the elections of the governing structures in the center, including the Presidency, the Secretariat, the National Council and up to the DP branches that will all be included in the electoral process.

All the chairmen of the local branches of the Democratic Party, who don’t achieve the objectives set by Basha from the elections will leave their posts. This reorganization process seems to be clearly a purge of opponents, and strengthening of Lulzim Basha’s position at the head of the DP, which is already aiming to cement every post with people, who think like him and don’t bring annoyance, articulating the election defeat.

Basha is clearly trying to call the election an electoral massacre, in the hope that he can retain the support of militants who have abandoned him massively. Turnout is low in elections within the DP, with only 28 percent of the DP membership, was an alarm bell for Basha.

Basha has already made ready the moves he will perform. But it must shorten the waiting time to assemble the structures and perform the cleaning operation. The first names that will leave are Edmond Spaho and Edi Paloka, both vice-presidents of the Democratic Party, who have been by Basha’s side for 8 years.

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These two positions have several candidates. Ervin Salianji, Tomor Alizoti or Jorida Tabaku, are among the names that can be part of the leadership of the parliamentary group or even vice-speakers of the Assembly. Other names that will have positions in parliamentary committees or part of the group leadership are expected to be Albana Vokshi, Enkejled Alibeaj, Alfred Rushaj, etc.

Another name that is leaving is Bujar Nishani, who will leave the leadership of the National Council. This post may be completely dissolved, but Basha demands its formal preservation to do favors to those who will be forced to reward for their loyalty.

A vacancy for Basha is also that of Organizational Secretary, after the resignation of Sahit Dollapi immediately after losing the elections. Arben Ristani, leaves the leadership of the Disciplinary Commission that he led for 4 years, a position that was never taken into consideration by Basha.

Another name that leaves is that of Çlirim Gjata, which was not included in the winning list, although his ambitious claims. Basha will try to remove from the Presidency also Fatbardh Kadilli and Enno Bozdo, who have recently clashed strongly with the leader of the Democratic Party.

One of the few names expected to hold the leadership position is Gazmend Bardhi.

He holds the post of Secretary General of the Democratic Party. Also, Ivi Kaso in the secretariat of the Democratic Party, or Ina Zhupa, who is appointed by Basha together with

Secretary of International Relations, Arben Kashahu./



Facts- Why the Rama-Basha agreement still works/ How Basha “killed” politically Sali Berisha and sold Ilir Meta to Socialist Party




Facts- Why the Rama-Basha agreement still works/How Basha “killed” politically Sali Berisha and sold Ilir Meta to Socialist Party

One of the biggest political costs that the opposition has had is the agreement of 2017, between Prime Minister Edi Rama and the leader of the Democratic Party, Lulzim Basha. It has been criticized not only by critics, but also by people close to Basha, who have described it as an agreement on corrupt interests, promoted by George Soros, and with serious consequences for Albanian politics.

And today in 2021, no one has any argument that this deal doesn’t exist, and is not functioning perfectly. Let us list the facts and analyze them. In 2017, a Rama-Basha agreement was reached for peaceful elections, at a time when the opposition was in the Tent of protests.

In 2021, an agreement was reached again for the Electoral Code, and again there were peaceful elections. In both cases Rama won with the same result, while Basha in the last elections only added the votes that in 2017 went to the SMI. The agreement has secured Rama power, while Basha has secured the chair of the DP chairman.

The agreement provided a peaceful process, and rapid counting and announcement of the final result. And the fact is that the election defeat was signed in every polling station, in every counting group, in every CEAZ, and Basha’s complains were simply formal.

In both cases, after losing Basha pretended not to recognize the election, and then in both cases entered parliament and accepted the mandates. In both cases he said that now begins the battle. Even the first, second, and maybe the third term, the businesses of Basha’s family are only increasing.

Lulzim Basha is probably the only opposition leader in the world who gets rich while the other has the power. In 2017, Rama and Basha attacked small parties. While this year with the changes in the Electoral Code, they practically disappear small parties.

The latest and most important evidence of the continuation of the agreement is the political “murder” of Ilir Meta and Sali Berisha. In 2017, Basha focused the campaign against Meta. This year he hasn’t said a single word in defense of the president already fired by Parliament.

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Maybe Meta understood it late, but Basha sold it to Rama.

And this is a fact, as the burning of mandates not only ambushed Meta, but also executed him politically. If Basha didn’t burn the mandates, Edi Rama would never have the constitutional majority to dismiss the president. Therefore, Meta’s departure is totally part of the 2017 agreement.

In 2017, Basha complained that Berisha did not allow him to reach an agreement with Rama. Two years later, every political act was billed to Berisha, exposing him to the internationals.

Then, in a flash, in collaboration with Rama, they “killed” him politically, with the decision of the US State Department, for declaring non-grata the former Prime Minister.

Everyone is convinced that this wouldn’t have come without the OK of Lulzim Basha. So, the agreement started with the enrichment of the family, through the 16 million euros he received for his father-in-law’s palace, built on the sand of the Ionian Sea in Vlora.

He then went on to co-govern in two forms, once with ministers and once without the latter. To go further to the betrayed causes, from Nation’s Road, National Theater and everything else. Let’s not forget also the fact that even for the scandal with the incinerators, Basha spoke only for a few days, then the envelopes with money closed his mouth.

Basha does not need to be in government, as he receives millions of euros even being at the head of the DP. And with the money he earns from the agreement with Rama, he holds the leadership of the DP, sells and buys mandates of deputies, which he uses for his personal interests. The Rama-Basha agreement exists, and the scheme is already clear. Who has doubts, will see other evidence in September./




Why is SPAK still silent on the incinerators scandal?!




Dërgimi i dosjes së Ardian Çapjas në gjyq/ SPAK jep njoftimin zyrtar

The reform of the justice system and the new institutions that emerged from it, much trumpeted not only by politics but also by the international factor, are seen as the hope that albanians will finally find the missing justice.

One of the new justice institutions, the Special Prosecution Against Corruption and Organized Crime, otherwise known as the SPAK, is claimed to be the institution that will crack down on corruption in the ranks of politics and senior officials, and that they will finally receive the punishment they deserve.

But now SPAK is facing the test if we really have a new justice. And if there is one issue that needs to be talked about out loud, it that of the incinerators. The SPAK must wake up and complete the investigation into the denunciations over what is called the corrupt affair of the century, as there is talk of a sum of money worth 400 million euros.

While he is moving faster with the seizure of Ylli Ndroqi’s property and secondary things, as dealing with traffic police officers who take bribes of 10 dollars from drivers, SPAK seems to have no eyes and ears to see and hear the affair corrupt of incinerators.

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The latter, which has been strongly denounced by the opposition, the Albanian media and even the international ones, cost Albanians hundreds of millions of euros. This scandal is a direct accusation not only of the minister, the Prime Minister, but also of the media involved in this corrupt affair.

But when will SPAK investigate this mega scandal? When will there be arrests by SPAK for incinerators? When will Albanians learn the truth about where ended up hundreds of millions of euros, taken from the government and given to private companies.

The latter then bargain and enter into schemes with former socialist officials, turned as media executives. When will SPAK talk about the scandalous facts? SPAK couldn’t remain silent on the incinerators, because even if he forgot, he will remind by others.

And not only this affair, but also its connections to the media, assets of unjustified individuals, amounting to millions of euros. And if Ylli Ndroqi was an example, the incinerator scandal, connections with media people and corrupt officials, should be the great truth of the fight against corruption./