Government helps quake affected areas

TIRANA, Oct. 25 – The government decided Wednesday to offer some help to the communes and town halls in Vlora and Gjirokastra districts that were affected by the tremors in June and August this year. The total amount for all

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Prosecutor asks for prison terms for alleged car thieves

TIRANA, Oct. 24 – The Tirana prosecutor’s office asked the court Tuesday to sentence with prison terms in total 33 years a dozen persons accused of stealing cars in the capital. Prosecutors also asked for a 1.1 million lek fine

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CEC and NCRT sign deal on election coverage

TIRANA, Oct. 25 – The Central Election Commission and the National Council of Radio and Television signed Wednesday an agreement for their cooperation on monitoring media coverage during the upcoming local governance elections, expected Dec. 20-Jan. 20. The deal envisages

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Alleged drug trafficker arrested

KORȁ, Oct. 25 – Police in the southeastern city of Korca arrested Jani Morava, 38 for drug trafficking and another colleagues is accused of drug trafficking and declared at large. Morava, a Pogradec resident, was arrested because together with Mihal

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Opposition MPs resume protests at the parliament

TIRANA, Oct. 24 – Opposition parliamentarians resumed Tuesday the series of protest at the People’s Assembly following a high tension between the majority of the Democratic Party and the opposition of the Socialist Party. They justified their protest with the

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Environmentalist MP abandons party, joins Christian Democrats

TIRANA, Oct. 25 – Ymer Tola, a parliamentarian of the Agrarian and Environmentalist Party of Lufter Xhuveli abandoned the party in an alleged fight with the leader whose thinking he considered out-of-date. Tola joined the Christian Democrats of Nard Ndokaj

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Immigrants-to-be stopped in Vlora

VLORA, Oct. 24 – Tuesday police stopped a group of six Albanian youngsters suspected of trying to illegally cross into Italy in a speedboat. They were blocked at Himara seaside. The youngsters, aged 16-20 years old, were believed to be

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Conference on Balkan Security and Kosovo Final Status

TIRANA, Oct. 21- The Albanian Institute for International Studies (AIIS) with the support of Friedrich Ebert Foundation organized Saturday, Oct. 21, an international conference on “Balkan Security and Kosovo Final Status”. The Conference had a widespread representation of panelists who

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Christian Democrats support file opening, want investigation on Koha Jone destruction

TIRANA, Oct. 25 – Christian Democratic leader Nard Ndokaj said Wednesday they supported the idea of opening the files of former collaborators of the secret police, the Sigurimi of the communist period. The party has presented a draft of a

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Two women beaten and robbed

SHKODRA, Oct. 24 – Police arrested a person suspected of being one of the two persons who beat two women and stole 2.4 million lek from their house in Mali i Jushit village, Bushat commune. First police identified the two

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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Oct. 25 - The government decided Wednesday to offer some help to the communes and town halls in Vlora and Gjirokastra districts that were affected by the tremors in June and August this year. The total amount for all the areas is 6.8 million lek. Himara town would get some three million leks. It was most affected by the August quakes, especially the villages of Pilur, Kudhes, Vuno and Qeparo.
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Oct. 24 - The Tirana prosecutor's office asked the court Tuesday to sentence with prison terms in total 33 years a dozen persons accused of stealing cars in the capital. Prosecutors also asked for a 1.1 million lek fine for them. Prison sentences started from 2 years to 9 years. The accused persons, by acknowledging that they had committed the crimes, tried to cut their sentences in half, according to the law.
In a separate event police arrested three persons for theft of vehicles' mirrors in Tirana. They also found at a suspect's house a pistol.
In another case police impounded a Mercedes car that was believed to have been stolen in Italy. They also arrested Gezim Jemisha who will be investigated though he is not being held. 
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Oct. 25 - The Central Election Commission and the National Council of Radio and Television signed Wednesday an agreement for their cooperation on monitoring media coverage during the upcoming local governance elections, expected Dec. 20-Jan. 20. The deal envisages the times and the capacities of the NCRT exploitation to monitor the polls and their bilateral rights on the issue. The NCRT will put at the CEC's disposal all the required technique and staff and infrastructure needed to monitor the process.  That will make it possible to register the digital sound of up to 15 radio and television operators. The NCRT recognizes the CEC as the entitled entity to hold that process which starts at the launch of the electoral campaign until voting day.
Ledio Bianku of the NCRT assured election authorities of the total commitment for a fair coverage so that "Albanians are given the possibility to have an equal concept for the political subjects for which they will vote."
Clirim Gjata of the CEC said that the agreement was a legal obligation of the Electoral Code. "The agreement envisages the obligation from the CEC to approve the regulation and create a monitoring board of the media, while the NCRT should put at the disposal of this board the infrastructure to monitor the media that will participate in the electoral campaign of the local elections," said Gjata.
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                    [post_content] => KORȁ, Oct. 25 - Police in the southeastern city of Korca arrested Jani Morava, 38 for drug trafficking and another colleagues is accused of drug trafficking and declared at large. Morava, a Pogradec resident, was arrested because together with Mihal Nikola, 33, did not stop at a road police check and ran away. Police found 3.1 kilograms of heroin in their car, which had false number plates.
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Oct. 24 - Opposition parliamentarians resumed Tuesday the series of protest at the People's Assembly following a high tension between the majority of the Democratic Party and the opposition of the Socialist Party. They justified their protest with the lack of a decision to suspend from parliament participation for two weeks their MP Paulin Sterkaj who quarreled with Prime Minister Sali Berisha last week. Socialist Secretary-General Pandeli Majko asked Speaker Jozefina Topalli to present the decision on his suspension, claiming that was taken behind closed doors. Majko said that Topalli had suspended during her year-old reign more MPs than all the eight years together they had run the post before her.
That fight means that parliament's work delays all the required amendments needed before holding the local elections between Dec. 20 and Jan. 20. The electoral reform which was agreed in Aug. 30 deal, has been practically blocked. There may be hardly passed the required laws for that.
Prime Minister Sali Berisha of the Democrats said his party was determined to apply the Aug. 30 agreement, also attacking the demand from the five opposition parties made a day earlier that there should be new birth certificates produced for the polls. "We shall apply the agreement voting all the amendments we have signed. Let the opposition parties discuss with each other, gather and add some eight other points. They are free to make whatever they want, but that is their problem," he told Democratic MPs.
Head of the Democrats' parliamentary group Bamir Topi accused the opposition of lacking the will to carry out the electoral reform, reconfirming their desire to complete the deal. "Based on the Aug. agreement we agreed to undertake the initiative for constitutional amendments and that cannot be made in an arbitrary way," said Topi. "The problem remains the lack of the political will from the opposition... If there is political will the commission may complete within a day all the reform issues."
The parliamentary commission that was agreed to make the required electoral reform expired its time Oct. 15 without reaching anything at all. Bujar Nishani of the Democrats said the opposition blocked its work on purpose. 
The opposition accuses Interior Minister Sokol Olldashi of using more than one million false birth certificates distributed this summer in order to manipulate the polls. Olldashi on his part told parliament that was a pretext from the opposition to spoil the electoral process. Olldashi said there was a regular procedure of procurement for the new documents and it is normal that there might be a two percent mistake in their production. He said there was no time to produce new ones for the elections.
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Oct. 25 - Ymer Tola, a parliamentarian of the Agrarian and Environmentalist Party of Lufter Xhuveli abandoned the party in an alleged fight with the leader whose thinking he considered out-of-date. 
Tola joined the Christian Democrats of Nard Ndokaj who now has reached the number of eight parliamentarians, turning into an important factor of the governing coalition. Ndokaj said, however, he did not intend to make a government reshuffle but reminded the ruling Democrats that they are an important factor. Ndokaj also reminded them that unilateral initiatives could fail, meaning that with eight parliamentarians he is a force to be taken into consideration. 
Nikollaq Neranxi, also an Agrarian Party MP who has been in an open conflict with Xhuveli in the last months asking for his resignation from the political post while he keeps the post of the government minister of environment,. Said he would not abandon his party but repeated the request for Xhuveli, saying he was destroying the party. 
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                    [post_content] => VLORA, Oct. 24 - Tuesday police stopped a group of six Albanian youngsters suspected of trying to illegally cross into Italy in a speedboat. They were blocked at Himara seaside. The youngsters, aged 16-20 years old, were believed to be waiting for a boat owner to cross the seas. They were from the districts of Berat and Kucova.
In another case police arrested Sherif Vrioni, 46, the owner of a boat that was blocked for trying to traffic illegally 23 persons into Italy in July this year. Police arrested at the time three fishermen but not Vrioni who is the owner of the boat. It had been stopped with the immigrants-to-be in the international waters some 15 miles from the Durres bay.
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Oct. 21- The Albanian Institute for International Studies (AIIS) with the support of Friedrich Ebert Foundation organized Saturday, Oct. 21, an international conference on "Balkan Security and Kosovo Final Status".  The Conference had a widespread representation of panelists who brought valuable diverse experience and insights. The event aimed at giving one more chance to the voice of academia, which is usually marginalized in political debates. Discussions were conceptualized along two different lines: security and economics. The process of Kosovo's final status negotiations has already started and may be finalized in 2006. The progress of the talks and their outcome will not only be of primary importance for Kosovo's future but it will have direct repercussions on Balkan security and the process of Euro-Atlantic integration. The conference aimed at evaluating the relationship between Balkan security and Kosovo's final status, a dynamic process with a lot of unknown variables. Discussions focused on three major thematic areas: Views from the region on Kosovo's final status; Views from the international community on Kosovo's final status; and Economic and governance challenges for post-status Kosovo. 
The conference successfully brought together some of the leading expert voices on the issue and combined the political concerns with the economic ones. One of this conference's achievements was to offer a unique opportunity to different actors, who otherwise would have unlikely chances to meet, to come together and discuss strategies of cooperation. All participants highly acclaimed the strengthening of dialogue and the replacement of conflictual politics with constructive debate. 
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                    [post_content] => TIRANA, Oct. 25 - Christian Democratic leader Nard Ndokaj said Wednesday they supported the idea of opening the files of former collaborators of the secret police, the Sigurimi of the communist period. The party has presented a draft of a law on the process and appealed to the two main parties, the governing Democrats and opposition Socialists to support their initiative Their draft law would hamper any person found to be a former Sigurimi collaborator in continuing to keep high government posts. "Opening the Sigurimi files has turned into the most debated issue of the political life and is being politically instrumentalized," said Ndokaj. "We think such a problem may be arranged based on a law and not remain as a declarative saying because that would leave space for abuse."
In another development, former Christian Democrats' leader Nikolle Lesi, also publisher of Koha Jone newspaper, publicly asked the government to restart investigation of the destruction of the paper offices in March 1997. That was at the time they were criticizing the then-Democratic Party government and president Sali Berisha.
The two main parties have also presented their own draft laws, accompanied with continuous accusation that each of them had many former Sigurimi collaborators among their ranks. It seems that the three draft laws do not differ much from each other and have the same purpose.

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                    [post_content] => SHKODRA, Oct. 24 - Police arrested a person suspected of being one of the two persons who beat two women and stole 2.4 million lek from their house in Mali i Jushit village, Bushat commune. First police identified the two suspects, Palok Lazri,44, and Aleksander Jubani, 32, and then they arrested Lazri; the other suspect is declared at large. Jubani was also arrested Wednesday evening. On Sunday they both beat Ngjelina Hila and her daughter-in-law also threatening them the next day not to tell police. The two suspects also owed a debt to the two women.
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