EU „fraude“ Mafia: The powerful allies of Edi Rama

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EU „Elite“ Club: korrupte Hofschranzen, die nie ein einem Beruf gearbeitet haben

Albanians Corruption Mafia Nr. 1: Romana Vlahutin: The EU Delegation in Tirana, A History of Maladministration

Nr. 1:  HDZ Mafia from kroatia

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for money laudering: Romana Vlahutin, payed by Georg Soros Mafia, Drug Barons and Fraud criminals

Drug and money laundering king from Tirana> in 2002, 2007, 2016: Edi Rama

„Mafia-Kratie“ Edi Rama

Nr: 2, drugs, fraud and total corrupt and stupid: Edi Rama

Monday, February 13, 2017

The powerful allies of Edi Rama

From left to right EU Ambassador to Albania Romana Vlahutin, PM of Albania Edi Rama and US Ambassador to Albania Donald Lu

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Kassandra
By Kassandra Legendary EU insider, uncovering the deepest and darkest realities of EU governance and administration

PUBLISHED 07:52 FEBRUARY 13, 2017UPDATED 07:52 FEBRUARY 13, 2017
The powerful allies of Edi Rama

By Kassandra
Legendary EU insider, uncovering the deepest and darkest realities of EU governance and administration

Following our reporting last week on the case of alleged corruption with EU funds, we expanded our investigation, discovering very strange and interesting details regarding what is going on in Albania.

Albania has had a long and painful democratisation process since the communist regime collapsed around twenty-five years ago.

Despite the wounds inflicted on the country by the toughest totalitarian regime in Europe, Albania did manage relatively well in its efforts to become a modern democratic state.

The pluralistic political system works and democratically elected Parliament votes the laws. Civil and human rights are officially respected.

Just for that, it is a member of NATO, the only other country after Turkey with a Muslim majority. It is also a candidate for membership into the European Union.

But the good news ends here!

The ruling Socialist party of Edi Rama is accused of high corruption and of dealing with drug traffickers. The party is also accused of using undemocratic methods to remain in power. Recently the controversial reform of the judicial system was voted unanimously in the Parliament after tough resistance by the opposition parties concerned with the consequences for the field of justice.

According to two articles published in The Huffington Post and The Washington Times as well as several other sources, it appears there is a concerted effort in Albania by specific interests to support the current Prime Minister Edi Rama in the next general elections of June 2017.

It is not a secret that Rama’s government uses the valued advice of the Open Society Foundation. What is more is that it seems a questionable cooperation is established between the government and the US Ambassador in the country Donald Lu.

The government of Edi Rama is accused of dark relations with drug traffickers. The Albanian Justice services have opened an investigation, which the ruling party wants to stop.

Since there is a considerable number of judges attempting to resist and carry out their function, the Government’s efforts to block or deviate the investigation had failed so far.

At that point the US Ambassador entered the game!

With a sweeping movement he revoked the non-immigrant visa for approximately 70 judges and prosecutors, all of them supposedly close to the main opposition Democratic party.

The official explanation of the Embassy was that the officials are no longer qualified for an American visa. It is interesting, however, that none of the judges and prosecutors close to the Socialist party having a US visa have experienced the same issue.

The US Ambassador’s interference didn’t stop here. He openly accused the General Prosecutor Adriatik Llalla of obstructing judicial reform. According to a letter the General Prosecutor sent to the President of the Republic and the President of the Parliament, the American Ambassador threatened him with ‘personal and institutional consequences’. ‘

It is really strange that both EU and US ambassadors in Tirana, Romana Vlahutin and Donald Lu, are being silent when it comes to drug plantations, trafficking and corruption.

Are the alleged suspicions of Soros being the link between the government and these ambassadors true? It is not a secret that Romana Vlahutin’s husband is also in the board to Soros’ foundation in Bosnia while being also active in campaigning against Donald Trump; reportedly, Soros has also benefited from EU and governmental tenders in Albania.

Several foreign diplomats in Tirana, (speaking on the condition of anonymity to NE) express dissatisfaction with Romana Vlahutin siting lack of transparency in the management of EU funds allocated and spent in Albania.

The good news in this entire situation is that the Euralius (European Assistance Mission to the Albanian Justice System) chief of staff in Albania has been recently moved from his position and returned home after having made a “mistake” in the translation of the Vetting law.

If that “mistake” wouldn’t have been reported by the opposition, and its leader Lulzim Basha, the international community would have had endorsed the implementation of the reform of the judicial system in a way that would have granted Edi Rama absolute power.

Yet, there is still hope.

. The party is also accused of using undemocratic methods to remain in power. Recently the controversial reform of the judicial system was voted unanimously in the Parliament after tough resistance by the opposition parties concerned with the consequences for the field of justice.

According to two articles published in The Huffington Post and The Washington Times as well as several other sources, it appears there is a concerted effort in Albania by specific interests to support the current Prime Minister Edi Rama in the next general elections of June 2017.

It is not a secret that Rama’s government uses the valued advice of the Open Society Foundation. What is more is that it seems a questionable cooperation is established between the government and the US Ambassador in the country Donald Lu.

The government of Edi Rama is accused of dark relations with drug traffickers. The Albanian Justice services have opened an investigation, which the ruling party wants to stop.

Since there is a considerable number of judges attempting to resist and carry out their function, the Government’s efforts to block or deviate the investigation had failed so far.

At that point the US Ambassador entered the game!

With a sweeping movement he revoked the non-immigrant visa for approximately 70 judges and prosecutors, all of them supposedly close to the main opposition Democratic party.

The official explanation of the Embassy was that the officials are no longer qualified for an American visa. It is interesting, however, that none of the judges and prosecutors close to the Socialist party having a US visa have experienced the same issue.

The US Ambassador’s interference didn’t stop here. He openly accused the General Prosecutor Adriatik Llalla of obstructing judicial reform. According to a letter the General Prosecutor sent to the President of the Republic and the President of the Parliament, the American Ambassador threatened him with ‘personal and institutional consequences’. ‘

It is really strange that both EU and US ambassadors in Tirana, Romana Vlahutin and Donald Lu, are being silent when it comes to drug plantations, trafficking and corruption.

Are the alleged suspicions of Soros being the link between the government and these ambassadors true? It is not a secret that Romana Vlahutin’s husband is also in the board to Soros’ foundation in Bosnia while being also active in campaigning against Donald Trump; reportedly, Soros has also benefited from EU and governmental tenders in Albania.

Several foreign diplomats in Tirana, (speaking on the condition of anonymity to NE) express dissatisfaction with Romana Vlahutin siting lack of transparency in the management of EU funds allocated and spent in Albania.

The good news in this entire situation is that the Euralius (European Assistance Mission to the Albanian Justice System) chief of staff in Albania has been recently moved from his position and returned home after having made a “mistake” in the translation of the Vetting law.

If that “mistake” wouldn’t have been reported by the opposition, and its leader Lulzim Basha, the international community would have had endorsed the implementation of the reform of the judicial system in a way that would have granted Edi Rama absolute power.

Yet, there is still hope.

2 Gedanken zu „EU „fraude“ Mafia: The powerful allies of Edi Rama“

  1. Romana Vlahutin’s corruption affair in Tirana triggers debates in Brussels

    FOTO/ Korrupsioni i Romana Vlahutin në Tiranë fut në sherr Brukselin, kryqëzohet Mogerihni

    EU officials in Brussels are concerned after media reports in Tirana about the EU delegation purchase of a €1.6 million luxury villa in a residential area just outside the Albanian capital.

    Inberborg Graessle, chair of the Budgetary Control Committee in the European Parliament, has asked for explanations from the High Representative of the EU for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Federica Mogherini.

    The letter of Euro MP is dated February 15, 2017 and it contains a list of 11 detailed questions. What catches the eyes is the question number 9, about the employment of ministers’ kin in EU delegation from Vlahutin.

     

    Graessle’s letter to Mogherini:

    EEAS bought a residence in the Rolling Hills area, in Tirana. We have been informed the price of the 345 m2 villa was €1.65 million, corresponding to 4780 euro per square meter.

    1. Can the Commission confirm the aforementioned figures?

    2. If yes, what was the reason behind that price, since the average price of property in the same area differs from 1000 to 2000 Euros per square meter?

    3. What was the reason of buying an expensive property, instead of paying rent for it or another building?

    4. Did a public procurement procedure take place? How many offers were made?

    5. Can you inform about the exact date of the start of negotiations for the new property and the date when the purchase contract was signed?

    6. Who led the negotiations?

    7. Is there any OLAF investigation under way?

    8. Can you list the number of staff from the time of the (non official) start of the negotiations till the contract signature?

    9. Is the EU office for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy in the know for any relative of members of the Albanian government working in the delegation?

    10. We have seen public accusations of corruption for a high official of the delegation. Can you confirm any investigation?

    11. Is the EU office for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy investigating along with the Commission for Recruiting Procedures?

    http://www.syri.net/politike/40594/foto-korrupsioni-i-romana-vlahutin-ne-tirane-fut-ne-sherr-brukselin-kryqezohet-mogerihni/?gjuha=En

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