The Special Appellate Panel (KPA) has decided today the dismissal of prosecutor Donika Prela. The KPA has decided to dismiss on the grounds that Prela does not justify the apartment in Durrës and a bank account.
During today’s court hearing, the parties presented their final conclusions. The Public Commissioner stated that he stands to the complaint, as according to him, the new evidence brought by the subject of the re-evaluation failed to prove the opposite of the reasons for the complaint. The Public Commissioner requested the College to amend decision no.103, dated 05.02.2019, of the Independent Qualification Commission and dismissal of the subject of re-evaluation Donika Prela.
During the presentation of the final conclusions, the legal representative of the subject of the re-evaluation presented objections to each of the grounds of appeal, considering them as unfounded in law and evidence.
Subject revaluation, Mrs.Prela asked the College to not consider the reasons for the complaint of the Public Commissioner and to leave in force the decision no.103, dated 05.02.2019, of the Independent Qualification Commission.
Prela, recently appointed by the High Council of the Prosecution, in the Prosecution of Tirana held for more than a year the position of Head of the Serious Crimes Prosecution, which was dissolved at the end of 2019.
At the time she took charge of Serious Crimes, several important issues were under investigation. In July 2019, Prela ran to be part of SPAK, but the High Council of the Prosecution (KLP) didn’t qualify her from this race. In October 2019, Prela requested to
be transferred to the Appellate Prosecution or the General Prosecution.
Prela was confirmed in office by the first instance of vetting on February 5, 2019 by a panel consisting of Roland Ilia, Valbona Sanxhaktari and Olsi Komici. However, the decision of the KPC was appealed by the Public Commissioner, arguing that:”The entity doesn’t justify part of the family savings”.
According to commissioner Florian Ballhysa, it is about a residential apartment in Durrës. Prela its not able to find a legitimate source of a bank account either. Which led to her dismissal today.
Who is Donika Prela
Donika Prela was catapulted to the head of the Serious Crimes Prosecution only 24 hours after the secret post of the Durrës Prosecution, which was run by her, was robbed. From the direction of the Durrës Prosecutor’s Office, she saw herself “at the top” of Serious Crimes, instead of Besim Hajdarmataj.
Prela is considered in the corridors of the prosecution body as a woman who eats “men’s heads”. Before taking Hajdarmataj’s place, prosecutor Prela took the chair of the head of the Durrës Prosecutor’s Office, Agron Gjana, and after five months removed Hajdarmataj from the Serious Crimes post.
After “enjoying the heads” of prosecutors Agron Gjana and Besim Hajdarmataj, Prela, put in the casserole the “head” of former Chief Prosecutor Adriatik Llalla. In fact, for all the men she “ate and enjoyed their heads”, she was served by former Interim Attorney General Arta Marku.
US Visa Refusal
The Directorate for the Security of Classified Information reported to the KPC that in 2010 the commanding head of the Serious Crimes Prosecution Office was denied a US visa. “The review of the US visa refusal is accompanied by reliable and professional verification of the applicant.
Obtaining a US visa is understood as the standard for image purity where the applicant undergoes a thorough and reliable vetting procedure. This practice has been followed by the US to promote the fight against corruption around the world”- said a report on Prela.
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