165 Millionen € pro Jahr, für die Nonsens EULEX Mission

Posted on Dezember 20, 2011 von

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Die feigen Ratten der EU Politik, Mafiöser Geschäfte Kartelle, der Bestechung verursachen diese Unfugs Missionen, was korrupte Leute wie Steinmeier und Co. verursacht haben.

17 NOV 2011 / 09:08
The Rule of Law in Kosovo: Mission Impossible?

The EU’s rule-of-law mission in Kosovo is failing to prosecute key figures accused of corruption and organised crime because of political interference and fears that putting too much pressure on Pristina could spark inter-ethnic violence, say campaigners.

Selvije Bajrami

Pristina and Brussels

Some believe EULEX has been forced to put political stability in Kosovo above prosecuting key suspects (Photo: Laura Hasani)

EULEX, the European Union’s rule-of-law mission in Kosovo, is unique in both scale and ambition; greater in size than all other EU operations put together.

Mandated to not only assist Kosovo’s own legal institutions in the fair and proper application of the law, EULEX has the power – on paper – to also independently investigate and prosecute serious cases of organised crime, corruption and war crimes.

Set up in 2008, when Pristina declared independence from Belgrade, EULEX promised amid great fanfare to help stamp out corruption and ‘catch the big fish’. EU member states finance EULEX to the tune of €165 million each year to do so.

Since then, EULEX, which employs around 3,000 staff, has attracted much criticism, particularly for failing to strengthen Kosovo’s own legal system, tackle high-level organised crime and corruption and for the cost of running the organisation.

Avni Zogiani is director and founder of the Çohu NGO; a campaign group calling for tougher action on crime and corruption in Kosovo. He believes that Brussels now regards political stability in Kosovo as a higher priority than the rule of law.

“Corruption is getting worse and this trend will continue because we need to maintain this political stability that the international community needs because it has no definitive solution for the political status [of the state] and the issue of the Serb community… and is doing this at the expense of the development of the country,” he says….

Hashim Rexhepi, der ehemalige Gouverneur des Kosova Zentralbank, sagt er auf der Grundlage eines anonymen Tip-off wurde geladen (Foto: Laura Hasani)“When you measure these verdicts against the number of judges, according to EULEX numbers and research by KIPRED, it appears that a EULEX judge has on average resolved 0.17 cases a year of corruption and 0.07 cases of organised crime – this is way below what is expected of them,” he says.

Johannes Van Vreeswijk, former chief prosecutor at EULEX, says progress has been disappointingly slow (Photo: Laura Hasani)

Brussels has also expressed concern about high-level criminal activity and the rule of law in Kosovo. The European Commission’s progress report on Kosovo published in October this year read: “Overall, Kosovo’s capacities to fight organised crime are still at an early stage. Serious efforts are needed to address these challenges.”

Johannes Van Vreeswijk, chief prosecutor at EULEX until summer 2010, acknowledges progress has been slow-going.

“I am a bit disappointed… my expectations were that it [prosecutions] could have been done faster. This is simply not as easy as I thought it wou

 

 

http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/the-rule-of-law-in-kosovo-mission-impossible

Logistical Problems

The EU’s mission has also suffered from a range of logistical problems, including a high staff turnover, poor local knowledge among internationals and too few translators.

Troy Wilkinson, an IT forensic investigator for EULEX until December 2010, says: “After a person leaves the mission, his position could remain vacant for up to six months or more. There is no handover of experience or knowledge. This is the same for heads of units, chief of sections and even higher positions.”

Kommentar: alle Probleme sind seit über 10 Jahren bekannt, das auch kein Wissen abgeschöpft und weiter gegeben wird.

Von den bisherigen über 10 Milliarden € der Aufbau Hilfe ist im Kosovo Nichts angekommen, sondern die Politischen Strukturen haben sich nur selbst bedient und u.a. das übliche Mafia Import- Export Monopol mit den kriminellen Clans errichtet. Die Justizministerin Kelmendi, hat Alles unter Kontrolle, um ein Milliarden schweres Vermögen an Immobilien und Wirtschafts Monopolen zu errichten! Der Mafia Clan der Kelmendi, ist Langzeit Partner des Osmani Clans in Hamburg und Deutscher Politiker.

Deutsche Wirtschafts Förderung bedeutet, wie leicht zu erkenen ist vor allem: Förderung des Drogen Absatzes nach Europa und Bestückung mit Sex Sklaven der EU Bordelle, damit auch weiterhin Politiker wie Michael Friedman gut versorgt werden auch mit Koks durch die Albaner wie Joschka Fischer.

KFOR Kommandant sagt: Die Eulex Mission ist totaler Unfug und es kann Nichts dabei raus kommen……..Die Autorität der Unmik im Kosovo sei „praktisch inexistent“…….


Left to right – NATO Secretary General, Lord Robertson and Lt. General Fabio Mini, Commander of KFOR (COMKFOR) upon arrival in Pristina.
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Ein früherer Kommandant der Kosovo-Friedenstruppe Kfor sprach indes der Eulex in einem Interview mit der Belgrader Zeitung Vecernje novosti die Sinnhaftigkeit ab. Die UNO schicke schon seit acht Jahren Richter und Polizisten in den Kosovo und habe dabei überhaupt nichts erreicht, sagte deritalienische General Fabio Mini. Die Autorität der Unmik im Kosovo sei „praktisch inexistent“. Im Kosovo sichere derzeit niemand den Frieden, und auch die EU-Mission könne dies nicht schaffen…….
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http://derstandard.at/?url=/?id=3305254

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, world gangster and chief of a nonssens mafia organisation

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said the EULEX mission will observe Resolution 1244 and will work under the overall authority and within the status-neutral framework of the UN.

UN chief presents report on reconfiguring international presence in Kosovo

26/11/2008

NEW YORK, United States — UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon released a report Tuesday (November 25th) on reconfiguring the international presence in Kosovo, claiming that due to the significant changes in the political situation, efforts to reconfigure UNMIK should continue. The document points out that Kosovo’s new constitution has extended the powers of local authorities and new institutions have arisen, thereby creating significant challenges for UNMIK. In response, he said, the mission needs a reworking in accordance with UN Security Council Resolution 1244. Ban added that the reconfiguration will maintain the UN’s neutral position on the Kosovo issue. He noted that the EU-led mission in Kosovo, EULEX, will observe Resolution 1244 and will work under the overall authority and within the status-neutral framework of the UN. The UN Security Council will discuss the report Wednesday.

In other news, the OSCE mission in Kosovo launched a two-week campaign against human trafficking Tuesday, calling on all to assist institutions in fighting the phenomenon. Recent years have seen an increase in the number of young Kosovo women who have become victims of human trafficking. (B92, RTS – 26/11/08; AP, Xinhua, UN website, AFP, DPA, Beta, Tanjug, B92, VOA, Kohavision, TV 21, Telegrafi – 25/11/0cool

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