The Double Standard of the KQZ

The Double Standard of the KQZ

The request of the Central Election Commission (KQZ) for extra materials from the Prosecution Office to decide whether or not the revoke the mandates of deputies Aqif Rakipi (PDIU) and Gledion Rehovica (LSI) risks turning the next KQZ session into a political media show like the session in which the Council of Mandates interrogated the Prosecution Office […]

Rama’s Temporary Defence

Rama’s Temporary Defence

Arta Marku was yesterday undoubtedly the most courageous Socialist. So much that those who led the January 21 protests look like dilletantes in front of a woman, who understood more clearly than any rilindas in Parliament that her place was the one determined by the ruling majority. Just like it was clear that the procedure through which […]

The Past Cannot Be Bought, Elona Gjebrea

The Past Cannot Be Bought, Elona Gjebrea

In her TV interview with Ilva Tare, former Deputy Minister of Interior Affairs Elona Gjebrea tried, among other things, to clarify her position in relation to a denunciation made by Opinion, related to the fact that her husband has hidden his conviction of 8 months imprisonment from the decriminalization self-declaration form. According to Gjebrea, “the […]

The “Family Dossiers” of the Socialist Party

The “Family Dossiers” of the Socialist Party

The publication of the dossier full with wiretaps of the brothers Habilaj has immediately created doubts that the war between the clans within the Socialist Party is heavier than ever before and the relations with the criminal world, even if they may not be all true, at least to serve as an unbridgeable division between […]

Enver Hoxha on Facebook

Enver Hoxha on Facebook

There could be up to 300 incompetent bureaucrats, corrupted people that were appointed politically, who hold high administrative offices or are part of the judicial system. We are all witness to the fact that this government has huge problems that must be immediately resolved using clear legal criteria, accepted by everybody. But, there is one […]

The Opposition between Mistakes and Millions

The Opposition between Mistakes and Millions

The last three days can be considered the worst days for the Democratic Party. I recall that in the most challenging years 1997 or ’98 and 2001, there were still more supporters going about aimlessly in the halls or offices of the party’s headquarters, whining because communists had regained power with a revolution. In the past, […]

Edi Rama’s Calculations and Ilir Meta’s Anger

Edi Rama’s Calculations and Ilir Meta’s Anger

Not even Lulzim Basha’s somewhat changing position on whether he will govern together with Edi Rama has not calmed down the open and almost violent conflict between the militants of the Socialist Party (PS) and the Socialist Movement for Integration (LSI). The word “alliance” does not unite the two parties even in their wildest dreams, and they are […]

Rama as Hostage

Rama as Hostage

It is not the first time that Edi Rama and Ilir Meta roll up their sleeves and declare an open war to one another. There are even those who say that it won’t be their last time in the political battlefield, which is actually in the culminating point of the electoral campaign dominated by the news […]

The Charmless Young Deputies That Fill Up Candidate Lists

The Charmless Young Deputies That Fill Up Candidate Lists

The new names appearing on the lists of deputies running for each party in June’s elections arouse the public’s curiosity. After the exhaustion felt by the current political class and given the young age of these new candidates, there are high hopes that something good could happen. Have these young people earned their trust to become future leaders […]