Edi Rama maintains an iron grip on diet – OpEd – Eurasia Review
The Albanian Socialist Party under the leadership of Edi Rama has established a one-party state diet it is to harm, to violate the national constitution and to lead the country into a state of abysmal denial; who is guided by Western diplomatic channels that stimulate Rama’s internal power politics, while his countrymen succumb to poverty. The April 25 parliamentary elections transformed Albania into an autocratic eastern regime led by a loyal student of George soros and increasingly guided into a dark abyss by transatlantic ambassadors who aspire to shape a wicked society in Albania with the help of those with financial headquarters in Curacao, a haven in the Caribbean, to avoid paying taxes in the United States.
According to a statement on the Albanian parliamentary elections issued by Acting Deputy Head of Mission Elisabeth Rosenstock-Siller, issued on May 6, 2021: “In the parliamentary elections in Albania, the United States takes note of the conclusion of the mission of OSCE observation that the ruling party has benefited significantly from its attribution, notably through its control over local administrations and the misuse of administrative resources. We also note their finding that widespread vote-buying practices remain an issue, and we reinforce concerns about the leakage of sensitive personal data, including the political preferences of voters.
Two weeks after the date of the elections, Albania’s failing judicial system has not held accountable the Socialist Party’s vote-buying platoon who violated the law and obstructed the right of the Albanian people to vote in the elections. free and fair elections. The structure of the Special Anti-Corruption Court (SPEAK) sponsored and pampered by renowned diplomats residing on Elbasan Avenue, has proven to be obsolete and further strengthens the one-party regime established by Edi Rama years ago. These actions are further reinforced by tarnished bad electoral practices and vote purchase taking place a few weeks before the election date.
As US foreign policy constantly focuses on working with the Albanian government and the Albanian people to further strengthen bilateral cooperation in the areas of democracy, defense and trade; it is evident that such noble and altruistic causes are distorted by Washington envoys in Tirana who have other priorities and interests, one of them being the concentration of power in one man – Edi Rama – and elimination checks and balances between the institutions which have a precise mission clearly described in the national constitution.
Today Albania has grown into a flamboyant eastern autocracy without respect for the rule of law, with overwhelming dominance of the independence of institutions and a complete lack of balance of power. Tirana has a government-controlled media outlet that gives lip service to the ‘renaissance’ man who turned his country into Europe’s largest producer of narcotics controlled by regional organized crime. The Albanian state is totally captured by Edi Rama and Western countries fail to understand that a autocratic regime in the heart of Europe is a source of unrest and seriously undermines democratic institutions in the Balkans and beyond.
While aligning all the instruments of power to satisfy the institutional hegemony of Mao of Tirana, The Ambassador of the European Union and the Envoy from Washington have chosen to close their eyes and openly offend President Ilir Meta, even though the Albanian Head of State is today the only guardian who guarantees the respect for the national constitution. Meanwhile, Edi Rama was encouraged by foreign agents to violate the June 5 parliamentary agreement.e, 2020, about electoral reform in order to consolidate its hold on power and continue to strengthen Albania’s reputation as a narco-state.
International actors did not understand that the installation of an autocratic regime in Tirana went smoothly despite the monumental efforts of President Ilir Meta who is the sole guarantor of institutional independence and the true head of state. which fights against monism, containing Edi Rama’s unlimited thirst for a seizure of power. and domination. President Ilir Meta limits and thwarts foreign interference that harms the Albanian justice system and corrodes democratic institutions in the Balkans.
Over the past seven years, Edi Rama’s renaissance team has set up a network that puts pressure on all employees working for the public administration, in order to capitalize on the right to vote that comes from every family member who acquires salary and other benefits from a government institution. . Election fraud aside, it is unfortunate that Mao of Tirana joined by others like Tao Tao and Erion Fiku have turned Albania’s big city public works projects into a money laundering machine for highly influential oligarchs who are openly connected to government circles and skyrocket their profits as Tirana continues to receive international funds. ready which end up in the pockets of the very few rich.
Another obstacle to the electoral fraud mechanism prevailing in Albania is international criminal organizations. Several incidents in the towns of Elbasan, Kavajë and other parts of the country bear witness to the deep-rooted alliance between the leadership of the Socialist Party of Albania and the organized crime hubs who run a thriving shadow economy in the Balkans.
Albania’s real economic and production capacity as well as its fragile mechanism of integration into the EU are in difficulty because of the autocratic regime of the country set up by Edi Rama; such a prevalence of erosion of democratic institutions and the behavior of a Single the State Party constitutes a major setback for the entire Balkan region.