15 – 25 Jahre und mehr Zustände im Wild West Stile, wo sich jede Regierung, jede Institution jedem Gesetz verweigert und ignoriert und jeder Logik, für die Funktion eines Staates.
Geld Diebstahl einer inkomptenden Hofschranzen Politik Klasse mit Betrugs Projekten, vor allem durch die hoch dotierten EU Komiker, mit Kriminellen als System.
1994 Wehrmachts Berich, oder zu blöde für einfache Organisation und Adminstration
Tatsächlicher Umfang der Verwaltungsarbeit
Wenn die militärische Verwaltungsbeamten sich in der Praxis an diese Richtlinie nicht immer halten konnten, so lag dies darin, daß dort, wo in deutschem Interesse Aufgaben zu erledigen waren, bei der Arbeitsunfähigkeit der albanischen Behörden nur einiges Eingreifen übrig blieb und vom DGA befohlen wurde. Daß ein derartiges Arbeiten angesichts des Fehlens von Befugnissen und von Exekutive außerordentlich schwierig war, bedarf keiner Darlegung. Es bedurfte vor allem mehr erheblichen Verhandlungsgeschicks, um .. http://www.albanianhistory.net/texts20_3/AH1945_4DE.html
Damals schon schwer kritisiert:
- Details: rund um Genc Alizoti: 2002 Genc Alizotiaus dem Weltbank Bericht!
- 1. Despite ongoing reform efforts, the security of land tenure, and of real estate ownership more broadly, is insufficiently protected in Albania. As in several other transition
countries, land privatization led to a number of problems such as incomplete registration and lack of reliable documentary evidence of ownership, thus compromising the security of land tenure.
The restitution and compensation process remains incomplete. Though the legal framework is generally adequate, inconsistencies have complicated implementation and enforcement. Lack of clear legal title exposes property occupiers, including those with lawful ownership rights to
the land, to a multitude of risks when engaging in property transactions, which often remain informal, and prevents them from using the property as collateral to obtain access to credit. Rapid, spontaneous internal migration has compounded these problems, resulting in informal occupation
of land and unauthorized construction on a mass scale. Gaps in territorial planning legislation and administrative failures in the issuance of construction permits have made it difficult to obtain
appropriate construction permits, thus hindering the country’s competitiveness. Resolving property disputes and enforcing property rights through the courts has been problematic, damaging Albania’s reputation with regard to the rule of law and affecting the country’s EU integration prospects.4
Plünderungs Feldzüge, der Nord Albaner, welche auf Land Eroberungs Feldzügen sind, wie im Mittelalter, notiert die Weltbank sogar! Unterstützt, durch Dekrete des Gangsters aus Tropoje Salih Berisha in1993 (Nord Albaner können sich überal niederlassen, wo es günstiger ist) und heute geduldet, durch kriminelle Polizei Direktoren aus Tropoje, Kukes, Burrel, Pukes, welche wie Terroristen überall aufdrehten, gegen die einheimische Bevölkerung, wie ebenso die Weltbank notiert.
5 By 1993, 92 percent of cooperative land had been privatized. Economist Intelligence Unit. 1993. Country Report or Albania.
6 For example, in the mountainous areas of northern Albania, local communities did not distribute land on a per-capital basis, as required by law, but per family and according to hereditary ownership in pre-communist times, ostensibly in adherence to the norms of customary kanun law.
7 This was arguably an important factor in the resurgence of revenge killings. See Clarissa de Waal. 2004. “Post socialist Property Rights and Wrongs in Albania: An Ethnography of Agrarian Change.” Conservation and Society 2
3. The first step in introducing a modern property registration system was taken in 1994, but the process of first property registration remains incomplete. The Law on the Registration of
Immovable Property adopted in 1994 provides for a modern, parcel-based registration system, and established a dedicated agency, the Immovable Property Registration Office (IPRO) for managing this process.
Since then, various donor-sponsored projects have worked to register immovable property in a systematic manner, including the World Bank-financed Land Administration and Management Project (LAMP). Due to the lack of a nationwide effort aimed at systematic first registration, IPRO now estimates that it has records for some 60–70 percent of all properties.12 IPRO has completed first registration for 83 percent of rural cadastral zones, but only 25 percent of urban cadastral zones. As a result, most properties in urban areas still remain unregistered, though first registration in these areas is currently underway with support from the LAMP.
4. It is estimated that some 350,000 to 400,000 buildings have been erected without permits nationwide.
12 A higher estimate of up to 80 percent was mentioned in an interview of Mr. Elidon Laze, Director of the Legal Department of IPRO, and cited in EC EURALIUS project. 2010. Final Assessment Report on the Situation of Property Rights in Albania. Tirana: 12.
13 Mr. Shaban Memia, Director the legalization agency ALUIZNI, estimates the number of illegal constructions to be closer to 400,000 than 350,000, which is the figure identified from aerial photographs and contained in the ALUIZNI database. Interview with World Bank Consultant Tony Lamb, Tirana, September 11, 2009.
14 Ibid. According to ALUIZNI data, 29 percent of the identified illegal constructions were built on land belonging to the owner, 24 percent on state land, and 35 percent on land owned by another person; information was unavailable for 12 percent of cases. See Republic of Albania Council of Ministers. 2009. National Strategy for Development and Integration: Progress Report 2008. November: 17.
Alles bekannt vor 18 Jahren, über den Banditen Salih Bersiha
Andere Banditen der Tropoje Idioten Mafia rund um Salih Berisha
Das selbe Problem mit Idioten aus Tropoje, mit gefälschten Schulzeugnissen und gefakten Ausbildungs Diplomen eineRegierung zubilden und Adminstration, wobei die Tropoj, Kukes, Puke Einwohner als Personen “ohne Kultur” in Albanie gelten, sowie strohdumm und mit gekauften Schul Zeugnissen und Federführend in der Militanz und bei Morden.
Fun Facts About Our New Allies
 The Progressive Review (Washington), 22 June 1999
“Albania … offered NATO and the U.S. an important military outpost in the turbulent southern Balkans (in the 1990-96 period Albania opened its ports and airstrips for U.S. military use and housed CIA spy planes for flights over Bosnia)…. The U.S. played a major role in the DP’s 1992 electoral victory, and it then provided the new government with military, economic, and political support. In the 1991-96 period Washington directly provided Albania $236 million in economic aid, making the U.S. the second largest bilateral economic donor (following Italy)…..Following Berisha’s visit to the U.S. in March 1991, Washington began supplying direct assistance to the DP, including donations of computers and cars for the 1992 electoral campaign. William Ryerson, the first U.S. ambassador, stood next to Berisha on the podium at election rallies. The U.S. failed to criticize, and at times encouraged, the new president as he purged critics of his policies within the judicial system, police, and the DP—often through illegal means. By 1993 DP loyalists and family members held most of the prominent positions in Albania’s ministries, institutes, universities, and state media. Citing the threat of communism’s return, Berisha successfully instilled fear in the population and discredited his rivals. The U.S. embassy in Albania contributed to the polarization of Albanian politics by refusing to meet most of the opposition parties (former communists as well as others) for the first two years of DP rule. This one-sided view of democratization helped Berisha dismantle most political alternatives, some of which were moderate and truly democratic.
1997-98: in einem Report aus 2011
For the CIA, politics was secondary to the business of providing security. In June and July 1998, several months before the operation documented in Spycraft, two raids on foreign extremists were conducted with the help of the SHIK and Albanian police. According to a subsequent Washington Post investigation of August 12, 1998, these raids netted “…a bag of faked documents and official Albanian government stamps needed to get past customs and police checkpoints [and] certify legal documents” at the home of a foreign “religious scholar,” Maged Mostafa. For the CIA, a prime security danger in Albania had always involved forgery and misappropriation of official identity documents, and these developments only reinforced this understanding.
Prime Minister Edi Rama and the Minister of Interior announced today that new address register will be started, with the Prime Minister declaring that Albania is the only country in Europe where a person’s address is found by asking around.
Prime Minister Rama declared that even though Albania has a population of 4.4 million, it is largely believed that the country has a population of only 3 million.
“The lack of a proper residential address system shows that the country is underdeveloped. According to the census, Albania has a population of 4.4 million. The truth is that this number is not well-known to us; we keep saying that Albania has a population of 3 million people. The country does not have a basic accessible database of its residents’ addresses. It is the only country in Europe where address of a relative is found by asking others,” Rama said, emphasizing the importance of registering the population according to their address, and creating a transparent and fully accessible register of the residents’ addresses.
Driven by this concern, the Minister of Interior said that the citizens have 6 months time to report their changed addresses, and if they fail to do so, they will be fined.
According to the Minister, the new system will contain address data for every citizen.
1,200 interviewers will knock at citizens’ doors to gather the necessary data for the addresses system.