20 gesuchte Frauen, welche in Albanien gesucht werden, verurteilt wegen Betrug, Mord bis zum Drogen Schmuggel

 

Partner war damals die NATO, Deutschland, mit dem Haklaj Clans auch im Waffenschmuggel, denn Einer war Polizei Chef beim Grenzübergang in den Kosovo, verkaufte den Grenzübergang an das BBC Team, für dramatische Film Aufnahmen während dem Kosovo Krieg, für 10.000 $.

Prominente Verbrecher Clans, wegen Mord dabei der „Haklaj“ Clan aus Tropoje. Frauen übernehmen oft die Geschäfte Krimineller Clans, wenn die Männer einsitzen

Zylfie Haklaj, vendlindja Tropojë, 1963, dënuar me 25 vite burg për vrasje me dashje

30 Mars, 19:29 | Përditësimi i fundit: 19:30 Analiza

Gratë në kërkim nga policia shqiptare

20 gratë më të rrezikshme që kërkohen nga policia shqiptare, emrat dhe veprat penale që nga vrasjet, rrëmbimet tek trafiku i drogës 

Nga 600 persona që janë aktualisht në kërkim policor, 20 janë gra dhe vajza që janë dënuar për vepra të rënda penale. 36 persona të dënuar me burgim të përjetshëm vazhdojnë t’i fshihen…

30 Mars, 14:34 | Përditësimi i fundit: 19:58

 

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  • Gjoka
    Apr 13, 2022., 15:28 •

    totaler Zusammenbruch der Wirtschaft in Albanien, wo es seit 8 Jahren massiv bergab geht, weil die Besten auch auwandern, Kriminelle den Staat kontrollieren 15 Albanian Businesses a Day Shut Down Due to Rising Prices From: Exit Staff 28-03-2022 at 12:51 15 Albanian Businesses a Day Shut Down Due to Rising Prices An average of 15 Albanian business a day have closed since June 2021, due to rising prices and economic difficulties. Data from the National Centre of Business reported that between June and December 2021, some 3,228 businesses closed. A further 924 closed from January until mid-March, translating to an average of 15 per day. According to the head of the association of small businesses, the situation started during the pandemic and aid offered by the government was not enough to keep many small businesses afloat. “Countries like Kosovo gave 1.9% of the GDP in aid to small businesses, while Serbia gave 4.6%, in addition to cutting local tariffs,” Albert Nasto told Euronews. He added that the war in Ukraine leading to further increased electricity and fuel prices which in turn, is dealing the last blow to many struggling enterprises. Nasto said there should be efforts to tackle corruption and reducing local taxes. In addition, there should be stable taxation laws as the fiscal system has changed around 80 times in the last three decades. https://exit.al/en/2022/03/28/15-albanian-businesses-a-day-shut-down-due-to-rising-prices/

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