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The "elite" snarling Singapore and the expensive cars of "the drug guys & hash guard guys" in Albania!
Written by Besi Bekteshi 8 Gusht 2022
Singapore is not a democracy! Of course, it is a real and functional "elitocracy", but it is not a democracy! Actually we are a democracy, but not functional! Singapore, in its political and governance system, functions as a strong and deep-rooted "elitocracy". The nominal PIL per capita is 60,000 dollars, while the PPA is over 100,000 dollars. In Singapore they imitate democracy, but they do not allow such a democratic system similar to European countries. After leaving the Malayan Federation in 1965, Singapore became a parliamentary republic within the Commonwealth of Nations governed by the Westminster system; the parliament is unicameral, an expression of constituencies. Its constitution establishes representative democracy as an approved political system. The head of state is the President, which is elected by popular vote and enjoys the right of veto on some decisions such as the use of national reserves and the appointment of judges, but otherwise has only a representative function. The executive power belongs to the Cabinet headed by the Prime Minister, who holds the primacy of the politician with the highest salary, about 110,000 euros per month. The Parliament is the legislative body. Deputies are divided into elected, unelected and appointed. Candidates are voted for MPs in a single-member constituency. The People's Action Party won a very large majority in parliament in all elections since 1959. However, in the last election in 2011, the opposition led by the Workers' Party won 6 seats. The Constitution of Singapore (Perlembagaan Republik Singapura) dates back to 9 August 1965. Singapore law is based on English law, albeit with substantial differences. The death penalty is in force. The NGO Freedom House classified Singapore as "partly free" in its Freedom in the World report, and the Economist considers Singapore a hybrid regime. Singapore is considered one of the least corrupt countries in the world by Transparency International. Singapore boasts one of the most efficient judicial systems in the world and is characterized by strict regulations especially in the area of ??education and cleanliness, especially in public places and on the streets. In Singapore, it is forbidden to chew gum, smoke or drink alcohol in public places and on the streets, and failure to comply with these rules is punishable by a fine of up to S$200. For more, especially in the streets and squares there is constant police surveillance and an efficient system of surveillance cameras is present in the city. The death penalty is in force for some serious crimes such as murder, kidnapping, high treason and drug trafficking. An execution was held in 2017, the first since 2009. But they have continued in full after the pandemic. Corporal punishment (beating) is in force for various crimes, if committed by adult males under the age of 50 and without health problems, from serious ones (instead of the death penalty and in addition to imprisonment) including seizure of the person, robbery , murder committed during robbery, drug use, vandalism and insurrection. Caning is also a mandatory punishment for rape, drug trafficking, usury and, among misdemeanors, for the support of foreigners staying in the country beyond the 90-day visa limit, as well as cases of vandalism. These and many others remove Singapore from democracy! Yes, but...?! Singapore is executing drug addicts! With the two hangings last Friday, the Singapore government's "war on drugs" reached a chilling record of 10 executions in the past four months. The last prisoners to be executed were Abdul Rahim Shapiee, found guilty of trafficking just under 40 grams of heroin, and Ong Seo Ping, who was found in possession of just over 51 grams of the same drug. The first hanging, after a break of about two years, took place on March 30. In April it was that of a Malaysian national, Nagaenthran Dharmalingam. In July there were four executions, while the last four were carried out this week. At this rate, 2018's negative record of 13 runs may soon be surpassed. Singapore has one of the toughest drug laws in the world. Hanging is the mandatory penalty for drug trafficking. The United Nations and human rights groups have repeatedly stated that this purported "deterrence strategy" is incompatible with international human rights law and standards for the death penalty, which is allowed only for the most serious crimes. serious as premeditated murder. And yet the elitocracy of Singapore and the extraordinary standard of living "cover up politically" and barbarity in murder! Whereas we have "the drug guys the hash guard guys" who appear immediately after harvesting the plots and leaving for the market. The first expensive cars appear, which they demonstrate mercilessly. Mostly naked girls who keep them until you run out of money from the hashish harvest campaign and then throw them out of the cabin or drive them somewhere! Arrogance in the streets and restaurants or clubs where all kinds of nonsense, deviance and some crime are committed here and there, for competition or control zones as groups, but also problematic women as companions of "the drug guys the hash guard guys"! Anyway, we, the "democracy of the Balkans" and in Europe, have this as a sign and representation of those who are buried in Singapore! Luxury cars, expensive at all. The company of girls and the spending of luxury that the vulgu hashashlinj does not hide, and then any theft or competitive murder of the boy guards and drug traffickers! We are democracy in fact. Singapore does not. Didn't I say let's become like Singapore!? Even if we love you, we can't be. Why!? But why,