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Written by Kadri Dauti 22 Maj 2023
Deputy Sami Musa in the Parliament of Hamburg.
In the new elections a few weeks ago of the FDP (Party of Free Democrats) Harburg, the 38-year-old Albanian from Pozharani of the Year of Kosovo, Sami Musa, a successful businessman in Hamburg, was elected for the first time in the presidium of this political force for Harburg in the vice-presidential function. He is the son of the well-known activist and businessman in Germany, Xhelil Musa, or as they now call Baca Xhelil, the devout Albanian who has lived in Germany for over 53 years but who has kept pure feelings and Albanian culture and has helped and supported all Albanians there. Thanks to his noble, humane virtues and patriotic feelings, skills and civic values, Sami Musa is the first Albanian elected to the Parliament of Hamburg, the second largest city in Germany, in the February 2020 elections. representing over 30 thousand Albanians in this city. Samiu, as an active member of the SPD for more than ten years, resigned from both the party (SPD) and the parliamentary group, in October 2021, to become part of the FDP. With the entry of MP Sami Musa into the party, the FDP doubled the mandates in citizenship in the Parliament of Hamburg. He is a member of the family, children and youth committee and the European committee. The election of Sami Musa as the vice president of this political force is not only an honor for the Parliament of Hamburg, but also a pride and appreciation for the Albanian community in that multicultural space, for the dignity of every Albanian in Hamburg. He is thus a powerful voice not only in defense of the interests of the citizens of Hamburg, but also as a strong support for every compatriot in social and economic aspects. As before, Sami aims to represent the Albanians through the political path and to facilitate their integration process more. In his unfolded political program, he has the development of Kosovo and Albania through the German investments that could be made. The Free Democrats party wants more involvement in contacts with the Western Balkans. As a member of the Parliament of Hamburg and as vice-president of this party, Sami Musa is undoubtedly a powerful voice in this direction, especially in the direction of Albania and Kosovo. He criticizes the fact that Hamburg, as a port city and city-state, has not yet sufficiently exploited these opportunities. "The fact that no Hamburg mayor or senator has been to the Western Balkans in the last 10 years shows that the region is not yet on the Senate's radar. ... As a commercial metropolis, Hamburg has the best preconditions for the development of economic ties with the Western Balkans. More than 40,000 hamburgers have their roots there," said Sami Musa. Thus he becomes a promoter of connections and contacts between Hamburg and the Western Balkans. Even in the German-Albanian Friendship Association, Sami Musa is also a factor. The main reason to engage in German politics is the spiritual obligation to his Albanian compatriots. "I have an obligation to the citizens I represent. They have the right for me to constructively and actively support their concerns," wrote Sami Musa on his Facebook page. Two years before the next general election, the FDP is underlining its "state political design claim".
The new leadership of the Harburg FDP: Faton Pollohani, Marko Thies, Sami Musa, Viktoria Isabella Ehlers, Jacqueline Pannier, Markus Gärtner (from the top).