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The US Ambassador in Tirana, Donald Lu, on Monday said his embassy was concerned about the criminal backgrounds of a number of people standing in the June local elections.
|US Ambassador in Tirana Donald Lu. Photo: Facebook|
The US ambassador to Albania said his embassy had identified several known criminals among candidates standing in the June local elections.
„In general, we feel quite positive about the lists, particularly the presence of well-qualified women candidates in large numbers,“ Ambassador Donald Lu told a ceremony, presenting US efforts to help civil society groups monitor the local elections scheduled for 21 June.
However, highlighting US concerns about the influence of crime and corruption in Albanian politics, the ambassador went on to say: „We have identified a few names of persons with possible criminal records and we are discussing their cases with political leaders.
„We encourage journalists, NGOs and ordinary citizens to demand that their politicians meet the highest ethical standards.“
The presence of crime in Albanian politics has been highlighted in the past few months after several MPs were exposed as convicted criminals or as suspects in serious crimes, such as murder and drug and people trafficking.
The US ambassador did not provide any concrete names of the alleged criminals standing in the elections.
Party leaders in Albania are widely blamed for tolerating the presence of convicted or suspected criminals in public office.
Albanians will vote to elect 61 mayors and about 1,500 councilors in the 21 June local election in the first electoral showdown since the 2013 general landslide victory of the Edi Rama’s Socialist Party-led coalition.
Albania changed the administrative division of the country last year, reducing the number of municipalities from 373 to 61 in order to improve the efficiency in local administration.
However, this reduction of municipalities had raised concerns about the great concentration of power in the hands of few party leaders.
The US Government had provided about 500,000 USD to help civil society organizations to monitor the local elections.
Experts raise the alarm that bad loans might keep the Albanian economy in depression for a long time.
These past two years, the government and the Bank of Albania have undertaken a series of measures to reduce the bad loans. But their effect has been minimal. Ardian Civici says that this is the time for other more radical policies, such as having the government buy bad loans.
“These policies, starting with the Bank of Albania and other financial institutions, intervene in the market, in cooperation with the Ministry of Finances and international institutions, to clear the market of what they consider infected or negative. Naturally, there other elements, such as the intervention of the government”, declared Ardian Civici, expert of economy.
“All opportunities are open now, starting from the review of every specific case and of every method that the Albanian government can use to help easing the banking system conditions”, declared Selami Xhepa.
The financial system is trapped, with huge money deposits not being deposited as loans for the economy. This seems to have created tension between banks and businesses.
“Second level banking enterprises not only do not reflect to credit the Albanian enterprise, by treating themselves as monopoly in this market, but they transfer more than 293 billion All to their headquarters”, declared Nikolin Jaka, Head of the Chamber of Commerce in Tirana.
For the Minister of Finances, the stalemate was not only with the banks. Shkelqim Cani thinks that businesses have part too.
“Let’s not blame the banking system only. Businesses have their problems too, because they must present even more complete and more solid projects which can receive an approval from the banking system more easily”, Cani declared.
These declarations were released by the Head of Finances during a special scientific conference on the financing of economy that was organized in some private universities.