Signs of reconciliation between Berisha and Rama

While political negotiations between the majority and the opposition were failing there were positive signs of a possible meeting between Prime Minister Sali Berisha of the Democratic Party and Tirana Mayor Edi Rama of the Socialist Party. Rama sent a

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New draft law on police

TIRANA, Dec. 3 – Deputy Interior Minister Gjergj Lezhja said that a new draft law on police, which he considered a major achievement, had been prepared. He announced this at a news conference with representatives of the international missions operating

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Olldashi against Rama

The governing Democrats also decided officially that their Interior Minister Sokol Olldashi would run for the post of Tirana mayor against the existing Mayor Edi Rama, who has yet to declare his candidacy officially. Olldashi said, however, he would not

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Moisiu meets with USAID head

TIRANA, Dec. 5 – Albanian President Alfred Moisiu met on Tuesday with the head of the USAID mission in Albania, Edward Landau, to discuss different topics related to his institution’s involvement in Albania. Moisiu evaluated highly the USAID and U.S.

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Constitutional Court Says Investigating Sollaku was Illegal

TIRANA, Dec. 4 – The Constitutional Court said on Monday that the investigatory process held by the parliamentary commission was against the law, which caused an immediate negative reaction from the governing Democratic Party and satisfaction from Sollaku himself. Albania’s

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Museum opens Mother Teresa pavilion

TIRANA, Dec. 5 – The National Museum inaugurated on Tuesday a new pavilion it had prepared for the planned museum focusing on Mother Teresa. Prime Minister Sali Berisha, together with several ministers, took part in the ceremony, saying that the

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Albanian supreme court declares ex-police chief innocent of desertion

TIRANA, Dec. 4 – On Monday, Albania’s Supreme Court declared Agim Shehu, ex-police chief, who was sentenced to eight years imprisonment for deserting his post and damaging the country’s armament, innocent. The Supreme Court canceled the charge of deserting the

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Justice minister wants his predecessor be persecuted for abuse of post

TIRANA, Dec. 2 – Justice Minister Aldo Bumci wants his predecessor Fatmir Xhafaj of the Socialist party and other former senior officials be prosecuted for abuse of post despite the fact that Tirana prosecutor office had cancelled a former process.

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KQZ in difficulty

The Central Election Commission, or KQZ, is finding itself in a very difficult position. Political parties rushed to register. That means they will first register as a political grouping, then they should present the list of candidates for all the

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Berisha meets with Presevo valley Albanians

TIRANA, Dec. 5 – Prime Minister Sali Berisha met Tuesday with a group of ethnic Albanian leaders from the Presevo Valley, Bujanovc, and Medvegje in southern Serbia. Berisha said that the agreement they had signed with Belgrade under the auspices

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                    [post_content] => While political negotiations between the majority and the opposition were failing there were positive signs of a possible meeting between Prime Minister Sali Berisha of the Democratic Party and Tirana Mayor Edi Rama of the Socialist Party. Rama sent a letter to Berisha offering the hand of reconciliation, to forget their personal disgrudges, and collaborate for the electoral reform. To this suprirsing move, Berisha gave a surprising reaction. He reminded everyone that meeting was not excluded if they took into consideration he had met some times with Fatos Nano, Rama's predecessor in the political post. 
But what made this positive news somewhat negative was the fact that both insisted they would not resign from their stands. Berisha made it clear that the election date was out of discussion and that also the demand for new certificates specific to the elections was absurd. On the other side, Rama insisted that the preparation of the voters' list and producing new certificates were the only solution to the existing political crisis, that was threatening the local polls planned for Jan. 20.
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Dec. 3 - Deputy Interior Minister Gjergj Lezhja said that a new draft law on police, which he considered a major achievement, had been prepared. He announced this at a news conference with representatives of the international missions operating in Albania (PAMECA, ICITAP) and invited parliamentarians to consider the 132-article draft as a priority. The draft tries to unify the legal contexts involving police. Lezhja said the draft was prepared during a year-long process involving experts from the Justice and Integration ministries, as well as international experts from the two above-mentioned missions and OSCE.
The draft, however, was opposed by non-governmental organizations in an open letter. They had discussed it at a roundtable, to which they had also invited the international experts and other representatives from the media and international community. They said the new draft and the accompanying letter did not justify the replacement of the existing laws. They complained that the state authorities had, in fact, held no consultations with other factors, as they had claimed. They also had a series of complaints on the strategy of community policing.
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                    [post_content] => The governing Democrats also decided officially that their Interior Minister Sokol Olldashi would run for the post of Tirana mayor against the existing Mayor Edi Rama, who has yet to declare his candidacy officially. Olldashi said, however, he would not resign from the government post and appealed to Rama to hold a civilized campaign.
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Dec. 5 - Albanian President Alfred Moisiu met on Tuesday with the head of the USAID mission in Albania, Edward Landau, to discuss different topics related to his institution's involvement in Albania. Moisiu evaluated highly the USAID and U.S. government's assistance in Albania's efforts to become integrated into the Euro-Atlantic institutions, as well as in democratic life in the country, strengthening of local institutions and development of the economic, social, tourist and agricultural businesses here. Moisiu said that USAID assistance in the justice reforms was of high importance. Landau assured Moisiu of USAID's continuous support and informed him of a series of projects planned for Albania.
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Dec. 4 - The Constitutional Court said on Monday that the investigatory process held by the parliamentary commission was against the law, which caused an immediate negative reaction from the governing Democratic Party and satisfaction from Sollaku himself.
Albania's Prime Minister, Sali Berisha of the Democratic Party, has said that his executive has launched a new effort to have the prosecutor-general fired, asking a new investigative committee to check whether the official had links with crime after a previous effort to have him fired had failed. President Alfred Moisiu refused a demand by Democratic Party lawmakers to have Prosecutor General Theodhori Sollaku fired, saying he had not violated the constitution. The parliament had voted in July to dismiss Sollaku, after a two-month investigation accused him of 80 offenses, including abuse of his position. The opposition also accused Berisha of seeking to take control of Albania's judiciary and other independent institutions. Sollaku, who once served as Berisha's political adviser, accused the prime minister of waging a political attack against him. "The Constitutional Court decision justifies the multiyear stand of the prosecutor office in complying with the constitutional and legal functions in guaranteeing independence and standards on human rights in the penal justice," said a statement from Sollaku's office. "Constitutional sovereignty, through this verdict, asks for reaction by the politics of conceiving and applying reforms in justice."
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Dec. 5 - The National Museum inaugurated on Tuesday a new pavilion it had prepared for the planned museum focusing on Mother Teresa. Prime Minister Sali Berisha, together with several ministers, took part in the ceremony, saying that the executive would start the efforts to bring Mother Teresa's remains to her homeland. "Mother Teresa's museum is eternity and universe because she managed more than anyone else to be universal, to touch the spirit and heart of citizens around the world," said Berisha. 
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Dec. 4 - On Monday, Albania's Supreme Court declared Agim Shehu, ex-police chief, who was sentenced to eight years imprisonment for deserting his post and damaging the country's armament, innocent. The Supreme Court canceled the charge of deserting the police force against Shehu, who is believed to be in Germany since he left Albania in June 1997 after the tiny Balkan country plunged into chaos when many Albanians lost their life's savings in failed pyramid investment schemes. Prosecutor Artur Selmani dropped the charge of damaging the country's armament, which had also caused a military court to sentence Shehu to prison. Shehu had previously won the right to turn his case over to the civil court after making this request to the Constitutional Court. Shehu was police chief and deputy interior minister from 1995-1997 and a close associate of Prime Minister Sali Berisha, then the country's president. During the hectic months of spring 1997, crowds looted army depots, the government ceased to function, and a few thousand people died in the violence. A temporary administration was set up with the help of the international community after a NATO-led force was sent to Albania to help restore order. Shehu left the country after the opposition Socialists won the general elections and took power from Berisha's Democratic Party in June 1997.
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Dec. 2 - Justice Minister Aldo Bumci wants his predecessor Fatmir Xhafaj of the Socialist party and other former senior officials be prosecuted for abuse of post despite the fact that Tirana prosecutor office had cancelled a former process. Bumci accused them of abusing with public funds and investment to a total amount of 38 million leks that would be used to renovate prisons. The minister said they had found a series of irregularities in the documentation of the procurement process and then the company supposed to make the work. The ministry asked prosecutor office to relaunch the investigation.
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                    [post_content] => The Central Election Commission, or KQZ, is finding itself in a very difficult position. Political parties rushed to register. That means they will first register as a political grouping, then they should present the list of candidates for all the top posts in the municipalities and communes and everything has to be done until Dec. 19 as the last date. That leaves the KQZ with little time to present the voters list. "It is necessary to say that the KQZ has not had during this period the required cooperation with the political factor," complained its head Clirim Gjata on Sunday.
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Dec. 5 - Prime Minister Sali Berisha met Tuesday with a group of ethnic Albanian leaders from the Presevo Valley, Bujanovc, and Medvegje in southern Serbia. Berisha said that the agreement they had signed with Belgrade under the auspices of the OSCE and NATO had to go ahead. Berisha also appealed to ethnic Albanians there to take an active part in the general elections, which are to be held in Serbia on January 21, "so that they give their contribution in the democratic development and strengthen their representation in Serbia's parliament and international institutions where it takes part," according to a statement. Albanians' participation in the democratic processes was in their vital interest, said Berisha. He also said that Serb authorities should respect, recognize and guarantee the rights of Albanian citizens in these communes "because that's in the interest of Serbia's peace and stability." (Tirana Times Staff)
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