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Spartak Ngjela warns of a major turning point in Albanian politics
Written by SOT.COM.AL 24 Janar 2021
Well-known lawyer Spartak Ngjela has shown what the US leadership will bring to Albania under the name of Joe Biden.
Ngjela says that currently our country is occupied by national anti-historical corruption of the rulers and former rulers.
According to him, with the start of the anti-corruption legal process, which will be strongly guided by the new American policy, everything will change in Albania.
"Great anti-Putin revolts have begun in Russia.
The signs are that they will be magnified, because such has come the time.
Everything has to do with the overthrow of Donald Trump in Washington, because the psychology of high Russian intellect knew that former US President Donald Trump, had come to power from the Russian intelligence service.
What about President Joe Biden, will he influence the overthrow of the last Russian tsar Vladimir Putin? Western democratic analysts think Biden will help on this issue. And, with a normal political judgment, it is certainly acceptable that, under the influence of Joe Biden, the West will take its own steps to overthrow Russia's second tyrant Vladimir, who is to be its last tsar. .
The signs are good.
Everything is moving towards democracy and integral thinking on social justice.
Where is Albania?
Albania, in fact, is currently occupied by the anti-historical national corruption of the rulers and former rulers.
But now, in this democratic time that comes as a force and as the new doctrine from political Washington, these usurpers and usurpers of Albanian material values, and who are at the same time degraded sellers of national interest, have no hope.
But will they surrender?
"I do not think about an act of handing them over, but about starting the anti-corruption legal process, which will be strongly guided by the new American policy for the democratic re-evaluation of the Western Balkans", writes Spartak Ngjela.