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Opinion / Editorial

The resumption of a crisis in Albanian politics

The resumption of a crisis in Albanian politics

Politics strips the naked character of man, says a popular saying. We have carefully followed the actions of our politicians in the parliament, mainly the opposition, the statements but also the media writings of the analysts, it seems that something that is in order and on the right path, is suppressed, underestimated, and these hallucinations of these evil mouths , simply, are inexplicable. Fortunately, political and socio-economic developments do not depend on these little souls, because Albania is not their personal property. And, with all this, educational, political, economic developments, that is, social developments in general, do not depend on these pseudo-politicians. Now, we have to find the medicine to recover from this disease, and the sovereign believes in the ruling majority. In our opinion, for Albanian politics in general, the syndrome of disrespecting young people must necessarily be harnessed to give positive direction to social, economic and social changes to Albanians who have been tormented and exhausted by the protracted transition and by the barren postulates of unification with the European family, it is Bajraktarism in politics, mainly, it continued even in the post-dictatorship period, and it still continues today. The most typical example is the opposition, as today and yesterday, with the projector of barren templates of stigmatizing every political, state and social action of the majority, lining up in the row of barren discussions in Parliament against everything of the Government, do you say that it was led by people who do not know what the state and power are, that the epitome of leadership is theft and corruption, that incompetents lead the ministries, etc. In democratic systems, certain social groups, mainly political ones, the programs that unfold in the electoral elections, determine the positive changes of the electorate, and they certainly firmly believe that the campaigns are developed in the positive direction of the welfare of the sovereign, to be a society of civilized, 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. We think that the timing of political leadership changes should be in harmony with the appropriateness of social-political changes. The sovereign demands that in the next year's general parliamentary elections, they pay attention to the flaws and mistakes of the past. They were repeated, the punishment will be inalienable. In the Balkans, there are no big and small, with the new changes and realignments, in our peninsula, slowly everyone will understand that there are no bigger people, everyone is equal. We Albanians have not yet formed as a nation in the full sense of the word. Albanians still do not have a national program that would emancipate them in terms of raising national consciousness, for their own protection, not to attack others.We still have problems with our identity. We think that politics should precede the evils accumulated between ourselves and our neighbors. Albanian politicians in North Macedonia are the tragedy of their people, entirely at the service of Slavic politics. National identity is national identity and religious identity is something else. In a healthy society, mutual trust is a cornerstone of the strength of a community, through respect for the general moral rules of support of this community. But sometimes that makes us vulnerable to those who don't play by the same rules as us. I have no other words than to say that a few years ago we lived in a system that we can call democracy, combining the words democracy and dictatorship. Playing people by democratic rules leads to dictatorial results. The people seem to be offered freedom, not tyranny, but through this, to call it a party-people dialogue, the end goal of the dialogue is to accept the idea of ??being under the leadership of a tyrant. Usually, many Balkan officials wear some kind of paternal costume. They feel like people's fathers. 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 a value of the parties or many parties in negotiations. First of all, it needs to be a good intention, as an elementary postulate of the parties in communication. This gives you room to make a good step forward. This step is important. If the dialogue lasts too long for certain issues, which the parties have no opportunity to overcome, then this can generate bad, and you can misuse, bringing the situation to a frozen dialogue. A certain clash, the situation has metastasized into something more than reaching an agreement on a coalition. When such extensions are made, other problems arise, of a programmatic, political, interests and ideological nature.Playing people by democratic rules leads to dictatorial results. The people seem to be offered freedom, not tyranny, but through this, to call it a party-people dialogue, the end goal of the dialogue is to accept the idea of ??being under the leadership of a tyrant. Usually, many Balkan officials wear some kind of paternal costume. They feel like people's fathers. 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 a value of the parties or many parties in negotiations. First of all, it needs to be a good intention, as an elementary postulate of the parties in communication. This gives you room to make a good step forward. This step is important. If the dialogue lasts too long for certain issues, which the parties have no opportunity to overcome, then this can generate bad, and you can misuse, bringing the situation to the frozen dialogue. A certain clash, the situation has metastasized into something more than reaching an agreement on a coalition. When such extensions are made, other problems arise, of a programmatic, political, interests and ideological nature.Playing people by democratic rules leads to dictatorial results. The people seem to be offered freedom, not tyranny, but through this, to call it a dialogue of party-people friends, the end goal of the dialogue is to accept the idea of ??being under the leadership of a tyrant. Usually, many Balkan officials wear some kind of paternal costume. They feel like people's fathers. 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 a value of the parties or many parties in negotiations. First of all, it needs to be a good intention, as an elementary postulate of the parties in communication. This gives you room to make a good step forward. This step is important. If the dialogue lasts too long for certain issues, which the parties have no opportunity to overcome, then this can generate bad, and you can misuse, bringing the situation to a frozen dialogue. A certain clash, the situation has metastasized into something more than reaching an agreement on a coalition. When such extensions are made, other problems arise, of a programmatic, political, interests and ideological nature.