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Written by Gjon Neçaj 27 Maj 2023
Often these years in democracy, as I listen to the news, I talk with creators, local leaders and intellectuals regarding the administration and direction of power by local elected officials, as well as their candidacies and selection by political subjects, which have often become a bit annoying, more we remember the retired general of the Spanish war, the son of Kosovo, the deputy, from whom and from many others of that period an example should be taken, traveling sometimes by mule and sometimes by foot, house to house and village to village, to talked with the citizens through the deep and poor provinces of Tropoja. While me and my neighbors, today we meditate on our deputies, who for four years do not set foot in our area. They come only at the beginning of the campaigns, making the buffalo fly and the yogurt sea with realizations and powerful investments. Representation as the cornerstone of democracy was hit hard by the opposition. The argument was to bring the elites to the parliament, to prevent those who are strong and have deep pockets from being representatives, and then they were forced to approve the decriminalization law, after they entered unfit. The Assembly of Albania does not have representatives of the people, but simply employees of the party leaders. For the vote in the parliament, they get offices from the presidents when they come to government, even when they remain in the opposition, such as tenders, undeserved jobs of their people, etc. Look at the state administrations, customs and tax administrations, judicial power, important local boards and central, state agencies to the most mundane functions from the nineties onwards, filled with relatives of MPs of all parties. A little more than ten percent of them did not deserve and do not deserve these functions. This is the privatization of the assembly and the state administration by the leaders of the parties, who never harm the relatives of the other party, but add to the ranks. This has led to not only having the weakest administration in Europe, but also the most inflated for thousand inhabitants. So where their ideals and morals are sold, there they sit cross-legged on the chair of the mayor and councilor. Even if they win, they will still remain leifenes, where subsequent history will exclude them from human life, no longer from their tired electorate of two decades. And that day will probably not be far away, God willing, that the voters will not be bored and exhausted, because Noli has died in time, and there is no one to confess for them. Pjeter Arbnori, sorry, in his memoirs, as well as in interviews, he clarified that he had changed his identity for reasons of studies. It is about changing the last name. Yes, if pseudonyms are practices applied early on by great writers, the change of identity by politicians, MPs, state leaders, means something more, being representatives of the sovereign and the state. In the case in question, their identity is something more shocking, as it sounds distrustful of the sovereign, having perhaps a problem with the distant past, but also with the near present. What is the current procedure for changing the name? The procedure of changing identity, name, surname is sanctioned by law, and every Albanian citizen has this right. It is enough to submit a request to the civil registry offices where the Albanian citizen resides personally by the applicant, this right is for every member of the Republic of Albania, but from the declarations themselves in the relevant forms, it results that the change of the name, surname and generalities of the state civil, is elsewhere, where it has already been clarified publicly 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 chairman of the CEC and a member of the CEC. This symptom has also 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 heads of parties. Surprisingly, ordinary employees of the public administration have not changed their identity, even in their first and last names. It turns out that their birthday has changes, especially as they age, and especially for those simple public administration employees who leave their jobs every time there is a change of power. There is still no political or economic stability in Albania, but corrupt people continue to rule, who every day enrich themselves with Albanian taxpayers' money, abusing state funds, passive corruption and tenders. These abuses which fall on the tired and tired sovereign for a quarter of a century with lies and speculations, with a justice that does not accept decriminalization and reform, and a thousand and one hundred other problems already accumulated for the Rama government, on whose back they fall the faults of politics for three decades in a row. Dismissals from work, painful reforms, but perhaps appropriate, constitute the loss of hope both in Albania and Kosovo for the majority of young people and they are learning to flee their homeland. The escapes, although Europe has already shown itself harsh towards Albanian asylum seekers, are for economic reasons. There is still no political or economic stability in Albania. Surprisingly, the same political and economic situation also prevails in Kosovo, where popular dissatisfaction has reached its peak. Politicians and politicians, corrupt, pay more attention to their external appearance in front of the media, than to invest in solving the acute problems that the state of Kosovo has on many levels, and especially the Albanians in Mitrovica, in Kosovo Eastern etc. There is still a phenomenon in Europe where hundreds of Kosovars with their families still knock on the doors of the Serbian-Montenegro embassies for a passport or other document of this type where they have to declare their Serbian citizenship for document issues, actions that are necessarily imposed by the officials of countries where Kosovars are found as asylum seekers over the years. Painful, but true. The sovereign does not ask us to eat the gold with a spoon, as expressed in the early nineties by some fools who, due to lack of experience in politics, were washed away before him, but at least to preserve some values ??as a nation and develop them by embracing the values of time, finally separating from this painful transition, ending the institutional reforms, guaranteeing what is written in the fundamental law of the state,