Natürlich gibt es wieder Proteste, wenn man illegale Wild West Bauten zerstört. Verkauft wird das Ganze als Unterdrückung von Minderheiten, wo real Edi Rama unzählige neue illegale Baugenehmigungen und Grundstücks Räubereien im Süden organisiert, auch mit Samir Mane, der mit gefälschten Papieren arbeitet. sogar die TAZ berichtet über die Zustände.
In Tradition zu blöde sind sogar die Bürgermeister Familien, das man nicht rechtzeitig, Bauanträge ausfüllt und stellt und genehmigt. Grundlage für die Umwelt Massaker sind: die Dümmsten sind Politiker, Mafiosi, Verbrecher, können keinerlei Unterlagen ausfüllen, weil man functional illerate ist, was durchaus auch Minister sein können. Vor allem wird jedesmal die Strom und Wasserleitungen durch diese Banden zerstört.
Wenn man dann abreist, regen sich die Leute auch noch auf, so der Bürgermeister von Himari: Gjergji Goro, , die Vorgänger Familie ebenso. Mit jedem Bürgermeister ist die Staatsanwalt beschäftigt, welche selbst keine Gesetze kennt.
By Edison Kurani/Independent Balkan News Agency & Albanian Free PressIn Albania, the National Inspectorate for the Protection of the Territory (IKMT) has issued an eviction notice for the residents of Himara at the beginning of the week, asking them to vacate their homes in five days, because the authorities will demolish constructions which are affected by the urban requalification project.
In the official letter sent to the 19 families occupying these buildings and businesses, IKMT says that these buildings fall in the territories where urban interventions will take place and that in five days time, the demolition of will start.
Residents are against the project.
Meanwhile, IKMT’s letter dates on 18 October, a day the so called “Tahiri Scandal” broke out in Albania.
Albanian media is widely commenting this double development. Some say that the new aggravation of relations between Albania and Greece comes as an attempt to divert attention from the drug scandal and the suspicions cast by the Italian justice system.
“At the culmination of a government crisis which has engulfed the majority following the surveillance scandal, where former Interior minister, Saimir Tahiri is mentioned, PM Edi Rama has made a tactical move on Wednesday, with the aim of diverting attention”, the Albanian press comments on this development.
These 19 families of the minority community in Himara have received an order issued by IKMT, demanding them to empty their homes in five days. According to a decision of the Council of Ministers, these homes are part of the urban requalification of Himara.
Residents of Himara, which are part of the Greek minority, protested several days ago when ministers Damian Gjiknuri and Mirela Kumbaro went there to hold negotiations.
After the meeting that they had with Gjiknuri, who is an MP of this constituency, the latter assured the residents of the area that the talks will continue until a joint agreement is reached to compensate residents in case their homes are demolished.
But suddenly, while the residents were waiting to continue the talks with the government, they have received a notice of IKMT, demanding them to vacate their homes within five days.
This is clearly an open and unnecessary provocation, if it hasn’t been well-thought.
What makes IKMT’s decision more suspicious is the fact that contrary to what the government decision no. 145 dating 22.02.2017 states for the demolition of 21 buildings, two buildings have been exempted from this decision.
One of the buildings belongs to the Goro family, a relative of the mayor of Himara, Gjergji Goro and the other building belongs to the Zoto family, which belongs to the sister of the chairman of the SP in Himara.
This increases suspicions that IKMT’s decision is an open provocation from the government’s propaganda office, which is trying to divert attention from the “Affair of the Year”, in which the socialist MP, Saimir Tahiri is a suspect.
Meanwhile, some people think that by targeting the properties of the Greek minority community and encouraging them to protest, the Greek government will intervene and the attention will be diverted from the scandals of Tirana to the problems in Himara.
And this tactic is often used by Albanian politicians when they are in power.
“To act this way means washing away the scum of the drugs of Albania in the coasts of Himara.
The plan is simple: They target the homes of the residents of Himara, who will protest, as they have done so far. This will cause the Greek government to intervene. During the demolition of homes, there can be violent clashes and this amplifies the media effect of the intervention. If Greece places its veto for the issue of EU integration, then we blame the Greeks for the failure of negotiations and not the government’s drugs and corruption”, comments an intellectual of the area of Himara.
The Greek government too sees this as an attempt to divert attention from the suspected government scandal