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What prompted you to change your identity ?!
Written by Gjon NEÇAJ 19 Maj 2022
Pjetër Arbnori, sorry, in his memoirs, as well as in interviews, explained that he had changed his identity due to studies. It is about changing the surname. And this for "Mandela of Albania" was more than justifiable. We have learned in textbooks, especially literature, about some prominent creators who have written under pseudonyms, such as Milos Gjergj Nikolla (Migjeni), Llazar Gusho (Lasgush Poradeci), Dhimitër Pasko (Mitrush Kuteli), Tonin Miloti (Tomil), or others contemporary like the poet Pandeli Koçi (Sazan Goliku), etc. What if nicknames are practices applied early on by great writers, the change of identity by politicians, MPs, heads of state, means something more, being representatives of the sovereign and the state. In this case, their identity is something more shocking, as it sounds distrustful of the sovereign, perhaps having a problem with the distant past as well as the recent 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 right for every member of the Republic of Albania, but from the declaration in the relevant forms, it results that the change of name, surname and generalities of the status civil, is elsewhere, where it has already been publicly clarified by the media and the declarants themselves. The change of identity generalities, surprisingly, has continued with the president, the former prime minister, the prime minister, ministers, deputies, and even the chairwoman of the CEC and a member of the CEC. This "symptom" has "affected" university rectors, or senior employees in the administration of the banking system and even mayors, one of whom, according to his statement, has changed his name four times, leaders and party leaders. It turns out that their birthday has changes, especially as they get older, especially for those simple public administration employees who get fired every time their powers change. In dialogue with myself, I decipher the saying of one of our great renaissances, that "Albania belongs to the Albanians", and we are all responsible to the homeland, to the nation. Each of us has a part of the blame to honor the heroes of the nation equally, to have an intensified economy, as much cultivated land, green forests, cultivated fields, clean rivers and a "capital" Albania as the renaissance dreamed here a century ago. Millions of euros, hands full of gold watches, chains, necklaces of judges, rulers and leading cadres of the state, we are passing the repeated infinity of corruption, the sovereign will turn bitter against them and will suffocate them with the millions of pendants of these people who in the name of the people, are assembling a miserable democracy. And the sovereign expects and expects not only profound reform in the justice system, but the entire legislative and governing dome. In democratic systems, certain social groups, mainly the politically determined ones, the programs that unfold in the electoral elections, determine the positive changes of the electorate, and they certainly believe fourfold that campaigns take place in the positive direction of the sovereign's welfare, to be a newly civilized society, but especially at the economic levels of Europe, which we aim to achieve. We want this long-suffering and exhausted people to truly enjoy democratic freedom, becoming a balcony of inspiration for the Balkans and beyond. And as an Albanian publicist and academic wrote here and years ago, there is no criminalized freedom, just as there is no violated democracy, and respectively there has not been and will not be communist freedom in a democratic society. In such an environment it is hard to talk about preserving the moral integrity of the politician, which is especially true for politicians who are taken as successful. The period in which the Albanian society is living today here in the mother country, Kosovo and Northern Macedonia are slowly adapting to the war and such political behavior, so such a thing is now considered completely normal to live, but outside the normal that should be inspired. Deception and failure to keep one's word, the gradual total destruction of political morality, are tools that are currently being dictated as dangerous for the Albanian society in the political struggle. The transition from one party to another, the immoral candidacy to be the representative of the sovereign who does not ask at all after ascending the throne, the unjust exploitation of the state position, are considered normal actions of a dissatisfied society. Slowly in our society are emerging two types of morality that have nothing in common. The morality of politics and public life on the one hand and the morality of the common man on the other and beyond. The morality of the common man aims to reach the ideals to infinity, by implementing the orders, duties and obligations set by the state, while the representative of this state, in a completely different and distorted contrast, acts against his interests and those of the citizen. Albanian society in its entirety must necessarily uproot the already intertwined backstage of leadership and politicians to strip themselves of excessive doses of political morality and be equal to society, that it is far ahead, far, far ahead than party leaders and parliamentarians. In democratic systems, certain social groups, mainly the politically determined ones, the programs that unfold in the electoral elections, determine the positive changes of the electorate, and they certainly believe fourfold that campaigns take place in the positive direction of the sovereign's welfare, to be a newly civilized society, but especially at the economic levels of Europe, which we aim to achieve. We want this long-suffering and exhausted people to truly enjoy democratic freedom, becoming a balcony of inspiration for the Balkans and extreme behaviors and passions cause irreversible consequences in human life. Man, as an alienable being in the galaxy of life, grows up and is educated in different environments in the ordeal of time. Essayists, physiologists and writers have studied and reached conclusions on extreme behaviors and passions with irreversible consequences in life. Today, from the studies done, it turns out that a crisis is going through somewhat irreparable, and if the society and the environment where we live do not intervene, the younger generation perceives the clauses of debauched life. Therefore, the given postulate is significant and current, so in particular politics should be thought and studied and solutions to this phenomenon should not be repeated.