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London activates the secret plan to reveal the connections of Albanian politicians with criminals, Lord Dingeman is coming to Tirana today, training SPAK prosecutors for money laundering and seizing property, here are the "VIP" names at risk, the Briti...

London activates the secret plan to reveal the connections of Albanian
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Here's who gave the order to kill Servet Pëllumbi and how the state gangs led by General Agim Shehu ambushed us at Ura e Dajlani, Spartak Braho remembers the violence of '96 and reveals the conversation inside the car with the high official of the SP

Here's who gave the order to kill Servet Pëllumbi and how the state
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Bujar Çela and Petro Koçi confess the horror of May '96: How the socialists were raped, bloodied and tortured by order of Sali Berisha, SPAK to investigate the incident

Bujar Çela and Petro Koçi confess the horror of May '96: How
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Pact to eliminate the Justice Reform, Berisha-Bardhi against the resolution, but become part of the special commission to escape from SPAK cells

Pact to eliminate the Justice Reform, Berisha-Bardhi against the resolution, but
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The man who opposed the USA for the election of Altin Duman as the head of SPAK leaves, the way is opened for the well-known professor

The man who opposed the USA for the election of Altin Duman as the head of SPAK
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Sensational, the well-known journalist of the chronicle warns of the arrest of Monika Kryemadhi and Flamur Noka, this is what is happening inside SPAK

Sensational, the well-known journalist of the chronicle warns of the arrest of
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Here is the American "big punch" in the face of Sali Berisha, Frrok Çupi confesses the unsaid after the proposal of Argita as the head of "Rithemelim", from the murders under his power and the details from the night when he was elected president, how h...

Here is the American "big punch" in the face of Sali Berisha, Frrok
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SPAK summons Bardhi for the Olsi Rama file, the fraud of the deputy of Reestablishment is revealed, he presented himself as a person in the know, not as a whistleblower

SPAK summons Bardhi for the Olsi Rama file, the fraud of the deputy of
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Opinion / Editorial

Painful, but true!

Painful, but true!

There is still no political or economic stability in Albania, but corrupt people continue to rule, who enrich themselves every day with Albanian taxpayers' money, abusing state funds, passive corruption and tenders. These abuses which fall on the tired and exhausted sovereign with lies and speculations, with a justice that does not accept decriminalization and reform, and a thousand and one hundred other problems already accumulated for the government, on whose back fall the faults of politics for three decades in turn. Dismissals from work, painful reforms, but perhaps appropriate, constitute the loss of hope both in Albania and Kosovo for the majority of young people and they are learning to flee their homeland. The escapes, although Europe has already shown itself harsh towards Albanian asylum seekers, are for economic reasons. There is still no political or economic stability in Albania. Surprisingly, the same political and economic situation also prevails in Kosovo, where popular discontent has reached its peak. Politicians and politicians, corrupt, pay more attention to their external appearance in front of the media, than to invest in solving the acute problems that the state of Kosovo has on many levels, and especially the Albanians in Mitrovica, in Kosovo Eastern, etc. There is still a phenomenon in Europe where hundreds of Kosovars with their families still knock on the doors of Serbian-Montenegro embassies for a passport or other document of this type where they have to declare their Serbian citizenship for documents, actions that are necessarily imposed by the officials of countries where Kosovars are found as asylum seekers over the years. Painful, but true. The sovereign does not ask us to eat the gold with a spoon, as expressed in the early nineties by some fools who, due to lack of experience in politics, were washed away before him, but at least to preserve some values ??as a nation and develop them by embracing the values of time, finally separating from this painful transition, ending the institutional reforms, guaranteeing what is written in the fundamental law of the state, the constitution of the Republic of Albania, and the judges of the poplars to retire now that they have completed their working years. From you, honorable voters, it is expected that with your vote you will determine the values ??of the legal state, which could be ensured: in order in the construction of the multiparty system; with separation of powers; with definition of state power and law; with free market; with private ownership, etc. You, honorable voters, are expected to have the feeling that the state without power cannot exist, but that the exercise of power through the party is in principle contrary to any form of existence of democracy. From you, honorable voters, it is expected that you have understood from the past that without the new democratic order, major systemic changes in the function of the state cannot be made.which would respond to the market economy and the independence of economic subjects, on the one hand, and at the same time, the protection of political democracy, on the other. I feed on the hope that you have understood the weight of the problem that burdens the people and the Albanian nation today. It should be strongly committed to the position of Albanians outside its current administrative borders. The unresolved Albanian issue represents one of the central problems in the Balkans today. If there is truth in this judgement, then the conclusion is clear: without an acceptable solution to the Albanian issue, it will not be possible to build peace in the Balkans. The Balkans continue to be directed from the outside, while conflicts of different natures and intensities are possible within it, due to the intersection of many political interests in it. Therefore, Albanians, not being surrounded by good neighbors, should think about building their future. It should be strongly committed to the position of Albanians outside its current administrative borders. The unresolved Albanian issue represents one of the central problems in the Balkans today. If there is truth in this judgement, then the conclusion is clear: without an acceptable solution to the Albanian issue, it will not be possible to build peace in the Balkans. The Balkans continue to be directed from the outside, while conflicts of different natures and intensities are possible within it, due to the intersection of many political interests in it. Therefore, Albanians, not being surrounded by good neighbors, should think about building their future. The first thing that the Albanians should do is to look at and present the Albanian issue as one and united. If the Albanians do not do this, it cannot be expected that others will do it before them. Even if others do it, they will do it more to their detriment than in their interest. It is your duty to get Albania out of a crossroads in which it has happened. Nobody else can bring democracy to Albania, except its people. Each state builds democracy in accordance with the opportunities it creates and, first of all, with the degree of awareness of the people, to understand it and to build it in their own lives. The democratic standards of one or more countries cannot serve as general standards to inform other countries. Albania feels the need for Albanian democracy.without an acceptable solution to the Albanian issue, it will not be possible to build peace in the Balkans. The Balkans continue to be directed from the outside, while conflicts of different natures and intensities are possible within it, due to the intersection of many political interests in it. Therefore, Albanians, not being surrounded by good neighbors, should think about building their future. It should be strongly committed to the position of Albanians outside its current administrative borders. The unresolved Albanian issue represents one of the central problems in the Balkans today. If there is truth in this judgement, then the conclusion is clear: without an acceptable solution to the Albanian issue, it will not be possible to build peace in the Balkans. The Balkans continue to be directed from the outside, while conflicts of different natures and intensities are possible within it, due to the intersection of many political interests in it. Therefore, Albanians, not being surrounded by good neighbors, should think about building their future. The first thing that the Albanians should do is to look at and present the Albanian issue as one and united. If the Albanians do not do this, it cannot be expected that others will do it before them. Even if others do it, they will do it more to their detriment than in their interest. It is your duty to get Albania out of a crossroads in which it has happened. Nobody else can bring democracy to Albania, except its people. Each state builds democracy in accordance with the opportunities it creates and, first of all, with the degree of awareness of the people, to understand it and to build it in their own lives. The democratic standards of one or more countries cannot serve as general standards to inform other countries. Albania feels the need for Albanian democracy.without an acceptable solution to the Albanian issue, it will not be possible to build peace in the Balkans. The Balkans continue to be directed from the outside, while conflicts of different natures and intensities are possible within it, due to the intersection of many political interests in it. Therefore, Albanians, not being surrounded by good neighbors, should think about building their future. It should be strongly committed to the position of Albanians outside its current administrative borders. The unresolved Albanian issue represents one of the central problems in the Balkans today. If there is truth in this judgement, then the conclusion is clear: without an acceptable solution to the Albanian issue, it will not be possible to build peace in the Balkans. The Balkans continue to be directed from the outside, while conflicts of different natures and intensities are possible within it, due to the intersection of many political interests in it. Therefore, Albanians, not being surrounded by good neighbors, should think about building their future. The first thing that the Albanians should do is to look at and present the Albanian issue as one and united. If the Albanians do not do this, it cannot be expected that others will do it before them. Even if others do it, they will do it more to their detriment than in their interest. It is your duty to get Albania out of a crossroads in which it has happened. Nobody else can bring democracy to Albania, except its people. Each state builds democracy in accordance with the opportunities it creates and, first of all, with the degree of awareness of the people, to understand it and to build it in their own lives. The democratic standards of one or more countries cannot serve as general standards to inform other countries. Albania feels the need for Albanian democracy.not being surrounded by good neighbors, they should think about building their future. The first thing that the Albanians should do is to look at and present the Albanian issue as one and united. If the Albanians do not do this, it cannot be expected that others will do it before them. Even if others do it, they will do it more to their detriment than in their interest. It is your duty to get Albania out of a crossroads in which it has happened. Nobody else can bring democracy to Albania, except its people. Each state builds democracy in accordance with the opportunities it creates and, first of all, with the degree of awareness of the people, to understand it and to build it in their own lives. The democratic standards of one or more countries cannot serve as general standards to inform other countries. Albania feels the need for Albanian democracy.not being surrounded by good neighbors, they should think about building their future. The first thing that the Albanians should do is to look at and present the Albanian issue as one and united. If the Albanians do not do this, it cannot be expected that others will do it before them. Even if others do it, they will do it more to their detriment than in their interest. It is your duty to get Albania out of a crossroads in which it has happened. Nobody else can bring democracy to Albania, except its people. Each state builds democracy in accordance with the opportunities it creates and, first of all, with the degree of awareness of the people, to understand it and to build it in their own lives. The democratic standards of one or more countries cannot serve as general standards to inform other countries. Albania feels the need for Albanian democracy.