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Politicians, glory does not give you power, but the mind!
Written by Gjon Neçaj 23 Qershor 2022
Glory is a poison to be taken in small doses, wrote Balzac. Psychologists explain that, often, our good will and belief in human kindness can punish us with manipulation. In a healthy society, mutual trust is a cornerstone of a community's strength, through adherence to the general moral rules of supporting that community. But sometimes that makes us vulnerable to those who do not play by the same rules as us. I have no other words but to say that a few years ago we lived in a system, which we can call democracy, the union of the words democracy and dictatorship. To play people with democratic rules that lead to dictatorial results. The people seem to have been offered freedom, not tyranny, but through this, to call it a dialogue of party-people friends, the purpose at the end of the dialogue is to accept the idea of ??being under the leadership of a tyrant. Usually, many Balkan officials wear a kind of paternal costume. They feel like fathers of people. Despite the fact that these fathers work behind the backs of their sons and daughters, trying at all costs to restrain themselves in the right place for them. Unfortunately, this phenomenon, as much as it sounds like a fragment from a distant history, is still present in Albania. Dialogue is the common point, as the value of the parties or many parties in the negotiations. For a start it needs to be the good intention, as the elementary postulate of the parties in communication. This gives you space to take a good step forward. This step is important. If the dialogue lasts too long on certain issues, which the parties can not overcome this then it can generate bad, and can be misused, bringing the situation into up to frozen dialogue. A certain clash situation has metastasized to something more than reaching a coalition agreement. When such delays take place, other problems arise, of a programmatic, political, interest-based, and ideological nature. Dialogue is not a definite goal, it is more a tool where compromise between the parties is needed. And even less pretentiously to express the ideological differences between the two corps in dialogue. What I have emphasized does not seem to be worth much to overcome all the barriers, because the question is the fate of the country and the new generations, to see the future in their homeland, and not to flee as far away from the Homeland as possible. motivation not to return. A circumstance that naturally complicates the dialogue is the lack of social culture, , without which culture neither democracy can function, as a fundamental value in the pluralist multi-party system. As if both parties have fallen prey to all this and have also fallen prey to intellectual apathy, or as its absence. The generator of conflicts, or conflict in this case, are the crises in many identity questions. Of course, when there is a common will and when all values ??are embraced, the desired goal is achieved, to form new bodies of executive power. The same is happening in Kosovo, where a possible and comprehensive social dialogue, where many topics would be addressed, but also the topic of identity. Such pronounced political polarizations have prevented dialogue even when the state interest and the national interest are at stake. When we do not "want" to understand each other, in delicate situations, then, for what the hell are we here under this sub-heaven. Everyone would do well to take a good look at their own actions, and the actions of the people around us, to better define the mission we have, not just what we have emphasized several times. We think that the ruling political forces should define the state-power duality, in compliance with the constitutional laws. Democracy should not produce unnecessary conflicts between politicians, rulers and parties, but with the defining vision to design new strategies to alleviate poverty, to reduce the unemployment curve, we want to have electricity and water every day, to have enough less insults in parliament and more income for the poor, justice for all, no more murders, suicides, tritoli shots, threats, rapes or abuses and political convictions not to be used for narrow self-interest as has happened and usually happens. By dialogue with myself, I decipher the saying of one of our great renaissances, that Albania belongs to the Albanians, and we are all responsible to the homeland, to the nation. Each of us has a part of the blame to honor the heroes of the nation equally, to have an intensified economy, as much cultivated land, green forests, cultivated fields, clean rivers and a princely Albania as the renaissance dreamed of here the first of a century. Millions of euros, hands full of gold watches, chains, necklaces of judges, rulers and leading cadres of the state, we are passing the repeated infinity of corruption, the sovereign will turn bitter against them and suffocate them with the millions of pendants of these people who, in the name of the people, are assembling a miserable democracy. And the sovereign expects and expects not only profound reform in the justice system, but the entire legislative and governing dome. In democratic systems, certain social groups, mainly politically determined ones, the programs that unfold in the electoral elections, determine the positive changes of the electorate, and they certainly believe fourfold that the campaigns take place in the positive direction of the sovereign welfare, to be a society of civilized yes yes yes, but especially at the economic levels of Europe, where we aim to reach. We want this long-suffering and exhausted people to truly enjoy democratic freedom, becoming a balcony of inspiration for the Balkans and beyond. And as an Albanian publicist and academic wrote here and years ago, there is no criminalized freedom, just as there is no violated democracy, and respectively there has not been and will not be communist freedom in a democratic society. While I and my neighbors, today we meditate on our deputies, who for four years do not trespass in our area. They come just at the beginning of the campaigns, making buffalo fly and sea yogurt with powerful realizations and investments. But starting simply and only from self-interest, such candidates for local leaders, and this is already a bell for the next local elections with the new administrative division, where for a quarter of a century they have run, sometimes with one party and sometimes with another. So where their ideals and morals are sold, there they stand proud in the chair of the chairman and the councilor. In this period of more than a century Albanian state, unfortunately our nation has tried several social and political systems. The political systems, which we are mentioning below, have not brought prosperity in every historical period, but some of them also have negative consequences that still weigh on the backs of the suffering Albanians. To be noted is the fact that Albanian political leaders have generally not stopped working for democracy and social welfare.