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Russia 2000 vs Russia 2023
Written by Dr. Elton Demollari 27 Mars 2023
Today, on March 26, 2000, the presidential elections were held in Russia. Until that period, Russia had experienced numerous cases of scandals, which had greatly irritated the Russian people, who were ruled by poverty and scarcity. The people were suffocated by a kind of general weakness and national pride had fallen to the ground. It seemed as if the belief in revival had been lost forever and it was not known if the "famous" Russia would rise again. These decisive moments were best exploited by a figure not very well known politically until that period and with a medium public profile, Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin, who had been from 1975 to 1990 an associate of the KGB, the intelligence service Soviet secret. From 1997 to 1999, Putin served as the Federal Security Service (FSB), which was the successor of the famous KGB. He then became national security adviser to President Boris Yeltsin, who nominated him as his preferred candidate. From 1999 to March 2000, he held the post of Prime Minister of the country. Putin's election seemed to many Russians like a new beginning. The Russians saw in him their bright future and that of Russia. For them, Putin was the guiding and guiding compass towards the rise of Russia's former glory. But even the oligarchs, his supporters hoped to keep their positions of power and privileges in continuity. At the end of the day money and media are the real rulers of this world and they determine who will take the next power. What about the people??? Thus, in addition to him, 10 other candidates also ran, among them Genadi Zhuganov, who was the chairman of the Communist Party of Russia, a politician of great repute in the country. Putin's campaign team had decided that Putin would not participate in televised debates or use the free time that Russian radio stations and television channels had allocated to all candidates equally, because he was an integral part of the shows. of news, as well as part of the general reporting of the pre-electoral and electoral campaign. From the beginning, Putin showed his possessive and iron-fisted nature, which came from the fact that foreign observers had particularly criticized the unequal chances that the other candidates had to use and have access to the national media. In this way, Putin won 52.94% of the votes in the first round; so a second vote was not necessary. Putin's popularity at the beginning was very great, even the people's favorite was him, Putin. This was due to the fact that at the beginning of his rule, Russia had a significant economic growth, and this increased his popularity among the Russian people, who saw in him the rebirth of the fame of glorious Russia. Everyone's expectations were so high that most thought that the time had come for Russia, after Yeltsin's government, to rise again to its deserved pedestal. From its beginnings, the foreign policy of Putin's Russia has always been aggressive towards the West and the European Union and has followed a tutorial policy towards free media and non-governmental organizations critical of the Russian government and state. Therefore, international experts have characterized his governing system or the so-called "Putinism" as an authoritarian, despotic, revanchist system, a governing system with a very iron hand and also dictatorial, which has led Russia and its reputation to the failures of successively and slowly towards the abyss. In the field of domestic politics, he follows the patriotic and nationalist ideology, very popular with today's Russians. He presents the West as imperialist and militaristic countries that wish only harm to Russia and its people. He and his politics consciously move towards the pseudo-democratic current and the freedom-suffocating current. What brought about, that the relations between Russia and the West after the illegal annexation of Crimea in the spring of 2014 worsened more and more.
Fillimi i luftës në Ukrainë në shkurt të 2022 ose të ashtëquajturën “operacion special për denazisfikimin e Ukrainës”, “kërcënimet gjoja të NATO-s drejt kufijve rus”, afrimi i Perëndimit dhe demokratizimi i mëtejshëm i Ukrainës sa e degraduan më tej këtë marrëdhënie, saqë mund ta çojë drejt një përplasjeje brirësh mes njëri – tjetrit. Miliona ukrainas janë zhvendosur përtej kufijve të vendit të tyre për t`i shpëtuar luftës. Miliona të tjerë janë zhvendosur brenda vendit. Ky agresion i pakuptimtë dhe pa arsye.
Më pas më 17 mars 2023, Gjykata Penale Ndërkombëtare lëshoi një urdhër arresti kundër presidentit rus Putin për krime lufte, veçanërisht për rrëmbimin e fëmijëve ukrainas dhe deportimin e tyre në territorin rus, për të cilat ai po akuzohet personalisht.
A step that should have been taken earlier by the international community and international justice bodies. What will happen later with Putin? Is this the end of his politics? Will he really be arrested? Maybe this is the penultimate step before the big nuclear clash between Russia and NATO? There are so many questions and dilemmas in the uncertain future of international relations between states and that the global people hope that all this mess and this present total chaos will end in the best way: PEACE!