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Opinion / Editorial

Critical awareness and the attitude of political parties

Critical awareness and the attitude of political parties

When such extensions are made, other problems arise, of a programmatic nature, of a political nature, of interests, and of an ideological nature. Dialogue is not a specific goal, it is more of a tool, where the parties' compromise is needed. Even less pretentiously expressed the ideological differences between the two corps in the dialogue. What I emphasized seems not to be worth much to overcome all the barriers, and the question is the fate of the country and of the new generations, to see the future in their homeland, and not to run as far away from the Motherland as possible. motivation not to return. The circumstance that naturally greatly complicates the dialogue is the lack of social culture, without which even democracy cannot function, as a fundamental value in the multi-party pluralist system. As if both parties have fallen prey to all this and have also fallen prey to intellectual apathy, or the lack of it. The generator of conflicts, or conflict in this case, are crises in many identity questions. Of course, when there is a common will and when all values ??are embraced, the desired goal is reached, 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 strong political polarizations have prevented dialogue even when the state interest and the national interest are in question. When we don't want to understand each other, in delicate situations, then why the hell are we here under this underworld. Any would be fine, you take a good look at your own actions, and the actions of the people around us, to better determine the mission we have, not only what we emphasized several times. We think that the political forces in power should define the state-power duality, in accordance with the constitutional laws. Democracy should not produce unnecessary conflicts between politicians, rulers and parties, but with the defining vision to design new strategies for alleviating poverty, for the unemployment curve to decrease, we want to have electricity and water for every day, to have as much less swearing in parliament and more income for the poor, justice for all, no murders, suicides, tritoli krismas, threats, rapes or abuses and political convictions should not be used for narrow personal interests as has happened and it happens often. If pseudonyms are practices applied early on by great writers, the change of identity by politicians, deputies, state leaders, means something more, being representatives of the sovereign and the state. In the case in question, their identity is something more shocking, as it sounds distrustful of the sovereign, perhaps having a problem with the distant past, but also the near present. What is the current procedure for changing the name? The procedure of changing the identity, name, surname is sanctioned by law, and every Albanian citizen has this right. It is enough to submit a request to the civil status offices where the Albanian citizen resides personally by the applicant, this is true for every member of the Republic of Albania, but from the declarations themselves in the relevant forms, it results that the change of name, surnames and civil status generalities, is elsewhere, where it has already been clarified publicly by the media and the declarants themselves. Surprisingly, ordinary employees of the public administration have not changed their identity, even in their first and last names. It turns out that their birthdays have changes, especially with age, and especially for those simple civil servants who leave their jobs every time the powers change. 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 for a quarter of a century 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 Rama government, on whose back fall the guilt of politics for three decades in a row. 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 to be "harsh" for 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, give more importance to their external appearance in front of the media, than to invest in solving the acute problems that the state of Kosovo has in many ways,