Fatmir Xhafaj wurde als neuer Innenminister ernannt und 3 weitere neue Minister erhielten die Ernennungs Urkunden

Ein kleiner Lichtblick im Albanischen Desaster, das nun Innenminister Fatmir Xhafaj wurde. Einer der ganz Wenigen, welche ein Ministerium leiten können, etwas Ordnung bringen können und integer und nicht bestechbar ist.

Die Alt Kommunisten rund um Salih Berisha, Bujar Nishani versuchten Fatmir Xhafaj als Innenminister zuverhindern, denn er ist der letzte erfolgreiche Minister gewesen, der grosse Sachen erfolgreich beendete, wie Kinder- und Organ Handel in Albanien. Grosser Druck wurde hinter den Kulissen gemacht, das Bujar Nishani auch Fatmir Xhafaj ernennt. Trotzdem wird er wenig erreichen können, wenn er nur wenige Monate im Amte ist. Bujar Nishani erklärt, das er per Verfassung, zur Ernennung der Minister verpflichtet ist. Wer dagegen ist, sollte sich ans Verfassungsgericht wenden.

4 neue Minister, darunter 2 Tradionelle Betrügerinnen: Olta Xhacka, Ogerta Manastirliu

Unqualifizierte Ausführungen auch aus der LSI Partei, nicht Fatmir Xhafaj als Innenminister zuernennen, der einer der Wenigen ist, die erfolgreich auch als Justiz, Bau- Tourismus Minister war.

Ilir Gjoni Ex-Inneminister, ein uralter Ilir Meta Mann. Ilir Meta, der selbst „Sigurime“ Hilfs Polizist war, u.a. die Leitung der Studenten Überwachung hatte in Tirana in den Universitäten, wo man Jeans abschneiden liess. identisch Bujar Nishani, uralt Adel des „Sigurime“, fuhr mit dem Sonder Privileg mit dem Fahrrad in die Schule schon in der Kindheit, was sonst niemand hatte. Mutter Lehrerin. Salih Berisha, Josepina Topalli, aus dem Copa Mafia Clan, Vokshi uralt Adel des Enver Hoxha, wie Tritan Shehu, ebenso KAS Partner und Schwerverbrecher.

Mero Baze: „Also kein Problem PD noch Geschichte, noch die Professionalität von Fatmir Xhafaj. Es gibt noch andere wichtige Gründe, die objektive Fatmir Xhafaj Krieg ausgerichtet.

Sali Berisha hat ein echtes Problem mit den „Dingen“, die im vergangenen Jahr Xhafaj Fatmr Gerechtigkeit und seine Bürgen gemacht. „

6 Gedanken zu „Fatmir Xhafaj wurde als neuer Innenminister ernannt und 3 weitere neue Minister erhielten die Ernennungs Urkunden“

  1. Die massive Hetz Kampange, vor allem der Berisha, Lulzim Basha, KAS Verbrecher Clans, scheiterte, denn Fatmir Xhafaj, ist und war einer der Wenigen, welche eine Funktion des Staates mit allen Mitteln wünschte, organisierte, wie er zuletzt auch als Haupt Ansprechpartner der Internationalen zeigte, bei der Neu Ausrichtung der Justiz.

    Hetz Artikel, weil man einen Innenminister Fatmir Yhafaj, fürchtete, des bis jetzt wurde jeder Innenminister schnell entfernt, wenn er die Verbrecher Kartelle der „Demokratie“ ankratzte und Gesetze umsetzte.

    Fatmir Xhafaj’s Past

    Fatmir Xhafaj’s Past

    Fatmir Xhafaj will be the new Minister of Interior Affairs of Albania. Waiting for the President’s decree, the “star” of the judicial reform has raised the public’s interest for a photo that has been circulating for a long time, showing him on the side of the former dictator Enver Hoxha. Like a brilliant student and […]

  2. Rückblick auf die letzten 16 Innenminister, wobei Jeder nach kurzer Zeit entfernt wurde, weil kriminelle Clans sich beschwerten, was bei einigen Minister dramatisch war, etliche Innenminister wie Sokol Olldashi, Lulzim Basha, Spartak Poci, Flamur Noka, Perikla Teta, Agron Musaraj (Triebstoff Schmuggel nach Jugoslawien, 100 % Besitz der Polizei Präsidenten, der Clubs, Bordell, Frauen Handel) waren nur Vertreter krimineller Clans.

    EU, US Skandal: Albtraum die Mafia Polizei von Albanien seit 25 Jahren: Verrat höchster Polizei Direktoren rund um Saimir Tahiri

    EUROPOL Bericht, über den Skandal der Albanischen Polizei, als Verbrecher Imperium

    Viele Posten, an hoch kriminelle Verbrecher Clans, vor allem in Süd Albanien und Durres: Artur Rrokaj, Mitglied im Verbrecher Club der Profi Verbrecher Banden der Polizei

    EUROPOL Bericht, über den Skandal der Albanischen Polizei, als Verbrecher Imperium

    For Saimir Tahiri and 16 other ministers of Interior

    For Saimir Tahiri and 16 other ministers of Interior

    By Roland QafokuIn August 2013, I was one of the journalists that the newly appointed minister of Interior, Saimir Tahiri, had individual meetings with. As an experienced journalist, I was asked my opinion as to what should have been done in order for police work to improve. Humbly, I answered that it was the job of the Interior Minister and the behavior of the political class toward him rather than police work, the ones that should be improved. We were witnessing an unwritten rule that was applied from 1992 until that day, when the 16th minister of Interior of Albania had just been appointed: An enthusiastic beginning, the denial of the work done by the predecessor, fight against gangs and crime, removals of corrupt police officers, attacks against the opposition’s politicians and politicians with connections to crime, demoralization and poorer performance and at the end, discharge without honors. Saimir Tahiri is today the longest lasting minister of Interior since the overthrow of communism. However, it seems that he’s not making an exception of this rule either. He’s leaving more or less like all of his predecessors.

    This was the case with Bashkim Kopliku, the first minister of Interior part of Meksi government who was in office from 13 April 1992 until 5 April 1993. While also holding the post of deputy prime minister, he was initially praised for some of the most difficult reforms after the overthrow of communism, but clashes within the Democratic Party and with the Prime Minister himself, led to a situation where resignation was the only solution.

    This also happened with Agron Musaraj, minister of Interior who remained in office from 6 April 1993 until 10 July 1996. He was considered as a minister who made revolution within police ranks, by striking many criminal gangs, but not even a year had gone by since he had entered office and he was discharged.

    The same thing also happened with Halit Shamata, who remained in office from 11 July 1996 until 12 March 1997. The writer that introduced changes within police, had to manage the end of the year events of 1996 and the ones that culminated in 1997. As if it wasn’t enough for him that he left at the beginning of March 1997, he was also arrested on 23 August 1998 on the bizarre charge of crimes against humanity.

    The same thing also happened with Belul Çelo, who was minister of Interior in the government of National Reconciliation led by Bashkim Fino from 13 March until 4 July 1997. Although he administered the elections and was a witness of the numerous crimes committed against the Republican Guard and police, not only did he leave his post five months after, following the victory of the Socialist Party, but he also left Albania to seek asylum in the USA.

    The same thing also happened with Neritan Ceka who remained in office from 25 July 1997 until 23 April 1998. The minister who led the operation for the reorganization of police and the reconstruction of police stations which were destroyed in the 1997 turmoil, was removed not even a year after he had been appointed.

    The same was the destiny of Perikli Teta, who held on to the post of minister of Interior from 24 April until 28 September 1998. He had to manage the situation after the murder of Azem Hajdari MP on 12 September and the armed uprising of 14 September.

    Then it was Petro Koci, minister of Interior who remained in office from 2 October 1998 until 19 May 1999 . Considered to be as the most honest minister of Interior, this honesty didn’t do much good to him, when at a given moment, he submitted his resignation to PM Majko and the latter didn’t accept it. But he was later discharged.

    Spartak Poçi remained in office from 19 May 1999 until 9 November 2000. He was discharged although as minister, he managed to dismantle 40 gangs, but little by little, the rising star of the SP faded and a year and a half after, he was discharged.

    Then it was Ilir Gjoni, who remained in office from 9 November 2001 until 29 January 2002. He was praised for the creation of the first center of the fight against human traffic, but he left following clashes with heads of police.

    The same happened with Stefan Çipa, who although led police forces for 5 months, from 22 February until 25 July 2002, he was praised for the fight against organized crime, but it seems that these achievements had him removed.

    The same happened with Luan Rama, who remained in office from 29 July 2002 until 17 October 2003. Rama was considered as the most elegant minister who was even reforming police appearance. But in the end, he was discharged following an incident with journalist Ilir Babaramo.

    The same thing also happened with Igli Toska, who led police forces from 29 December 2003 until 10 September 2005. This minister of Interior installed order within law enforcement forces and removed from police ranks all those who were incriminated. But Toska himself was accused of his connections with crime. His declarations that voting process in his constituency in Tirana had been rigged, went viral and many newspapers wrote: Albanian Interior minister’s votes stolen, marking the end of his career.

    The same thing also happened with Sokol Olldashi, who led the ministry of Interior from 10 September 2005 until 18 February 2007. He was praised for his extreme fight against crime and it was him who announced the news for the arrest of Aldo Bare and his extradition from Turkey. But the opposition accused him for his ties with the crime gangs of Shijak and this stigma accompanied him during his entire political career. But at the end, he “left” to run for mayor of Tirana, but he conceded a defeat against Edi Rama.

    The same thing also happened with Bujar Nishani, the first Interior minister in history who was reinstituted in his post. Although the opposition of that time praised him, when he became president of the Republic, all sorts of accusations were launched against him.

    This also happened with Lulzim Basha, who remained in office from September 2009 until April 2011. He was praised for the great achievement of the liberalization of visas with the EU, but strong accusations were launched against him for the 21 January events where 4 protesters remained killed.

    The same thing happened with Flamur Noka, who remained in office from April 2011 until September 2013. This minister was accused by the opposition for betraying honest police officers. Noka left his post with the end of the DP’s four year term in office.

    And the same thing seems to be happening with Saimir Tahiri too. Today, we’re seeing nothing else but the application of an old role of the way how an Interior minister is leaving. There are many of those who say that he’s to be blamed about the fact that he’s leaving, while some others say that his resignation is being demanded by the opposition, for the sake of compromise. But none of this matters. Saimir Tahiri came into office and did his job. Then he left like all of his predecessors. But he has made an exception to the rule: he has remained in office for 4 years and this is a record.

    http://afp.al/en/news/2017/03/for-saimir-tahiri-and-16-other-ministers-of-interior-8051/

  3. Viele Polizei Trainings Zentren wurden schon finanziert, 2007 schloss unter Deutscher Leitung der PAMECA II Mission die Deutsche Polizei Akademie, nachdem Bujar Nishani, Sokol Olldashi nur Klientel Politik des Betruges betrieben

    Wo ist nur die angeblich höchste Polizei Direktorin? Niemehr wieder gesehen, als letzte Politik Show des Samir Tahiri: Absurde Komödie, des Innenminsters, das ma“ Emëruam Liljanën“ zur höchsten Polizei Direktorin ernennt

  4. Kriminelle EU Polizei und Justiz Missionen ab PAMECA III in 2008, kriminelle FBI Strukturen und der ICTAP Polizei Missionen wie US OPDAT Justiz Missionen, wollen keine Funktion von Albanien, was sowieso jeder Bundeswehr Offizier auch in 2005 schon wusste vor Ort. Man war die TOP US OK des Gambino Clans, welche die Clintons in Europa hoffähig machten, und korrupte EU, NATO,Deutsche Politiker machten gerne mit.

    Das FBI in Albanien, der FBI Direktor James Comey ist tief in die Verbrecher Kartelle, des Gambino Clan, der Erpressungs Hillary Clinton Foundation verwickelt, kassierte Millionen ab, direkt bei der Betrugs und Bestechungs Firma: Lockhed & Martin, womit viele Dinge erklärbar werden. In Albanien seit 1991 mit Georg Soros präsent.

    Hillary Clinton met Giovanni Gambino, the son of heroin kingpin Francesco 'Ciccio' Gambino and the cousin of Carlo Gambino - the boss of the notorious crime family and one-time head of the American Mafia's governing body - while campaigning for the the presidential election she failed to get into

    Hillary Clinton met Giovanni Gambino, Hillary Clinton’s ties to the MOB: How former Secretary of State met with Mafia heir at his pizzeria where he asked for father’s release from prison (in return for an offer she couldn’t refuse)

    Giovanni also met with her husband, former President Bill Clinton. The pair shook hands and grinned for the camera. However Giovanni directed his attention to Hillary, asking about his father and over-population in prisons across the country

    Bill Clinton und Giovanni Gambino

    Das FBI hat viel Erfahrung in Albanien, wo ca. in 2006-2007 alle angebliche alten Grundstuecks Urkunden untersucht wurden, welche sich zu 99 % als gefaelscht herausstellten, oft auf alten Papier gefertigt, mit alten Schreibmaschinen nur die Tinte war neu. Identisch haben 80 % der Adminstrativen gefakte Diplome und Ausbildungen, was lange bekannt ist. 10 % der Paesse gingen an Kriminelle mit Phantom Identitaeten. Systematisch wird der Betrug bis heute von Ministern, Abgeordnenten und kriminellen Rathaus Banden organisiert, was Lefter Koka schon in 2004 im Detail bei der Staatsanwaltschaft aussagte, als er angeklagt wurde.

    Warum die EU wie immer keine Plaene oder Konzept hat, fuer den Aufbau der Justiz, zeigt wie peinlich der korrupte EU-Laden geworden ist. Ohne jede Berufserfahrung und IQ, der korrupte EU Apparat und die IRZ Stiftung. Man hat lange Zeit, baute nur Mafia Strukturen, rund um Privatiserungen und Geldwaesche, Frauen-, Drogen Handel auf *

  5. 1996 war kurz die Polizei auf einem richtigen Wege, auch mit der EU Polizei Mission PAMECA II, was dann Bujar Nishani zerstörte.

    Kriminelle kaufen sich ein in den Polizei Dienst, was ja das UN, US, EU und Berliner Modell auch in Afghanistan, Kosovo war. ca. 3.000 DM kostete die Aufnahme in einen Ausbildungs Kurs usw..
    Sprengstoff Anschläge gegen ehemalige Polizisten, sprich Krimnelle, die alle Reich geworden sind. In Sarande

    und in Vlore nochmal
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4mk5iDVrOsk

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