Links Salih Berisha und Astrit Patozi :: Rechts Edi Rama, Nr. 1 der Geldwäsche für die Drogen Clans und illegaler Grundstücks Geschäfte und davor: Gramoz Ruci, genannt Prinz of Darkness, Steinzeit Kommunist, Offizier des Enver Hoxha Geheimdienstes Sigurime, welche sowieso in jede Schweinerei im Süd Alban verwickelt sind.
Natürlich kommen sofort erneute Drohungen, der Mafia Clans, welche sich in der Oppositions gesammelt haben!
Auf jeden Fall hat das EU Parlament nun auch offiziell die Opposition aufgefordert, diese undemokratischen Verhaltensweise, wie einen Non Stop Boykott zu beenden.
EP official urges Albania’s opposition to halt boycott
TIRANA, Albania – European Parliament (EP) Vice-President Roberta Angelilli on Saturday urged the opposition Socialist Party (SP) to stop its parliamentary boycott and start co-operating with the government. SP lawmakers have been boycotting the work of parliament since September, insisting they will not return unless a thorough investigation is conducted into the June 2009 general elections, which they insist were manipulated. Angelilli said the EP has adopted a resolution recognising Albania’s progress in efforts to improve its elections with legislative and administrative reforms. She further noted that international monitors in the June 2009 vote did not report any irregularities in the election process. The statement came hours after the first meeting between SP leader Edi Rama and Prime Minister Sali Berisha at President Bamir Topi’s office. (NOA, Telegrafi, Shekulli, Top Channel - 14/02/10)
Albanias Foreign Minister Ilir Meta says that dialogue with the opposition should continue, but that the solution to the crisis should not disregard court rulings.
Albania’s left-wing opposition has given President Bamir Topi one week to resolve the political crisis, warning that if no compromise is reached it will launch a series of protests.
Ein promineter Journalist Herr Besar Likmeta zum Theatro Albanese !
Gespräche u.a. des US Botschafters, Doris Pack, verliefen alle negativ mit Edi Rama und Arta Dade, was nicht verwundert.
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