Die Staatsanwälte der Balkanstaaten Serbien, Kroatien, Mazedonien, Albanien, Bosnien-Herzegowina und Montenegro haben bei einem Treffen in Rom ein Kooperationsabkommen bezüglich Strafverfahren vereinbart.
25. Jänner 2010
Top Balkan Prosecutors Sign Pact Against CrimeTirana | 26 January 2010 |
Prosecutors from the Western Balkans signed an agreement on Monday in Rome to strengthen direct cooperation in the fight against organised crime often hampered by political red-tape. Chief prosecutors from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia and Macedonia agreed to amend the Memorandum of Understanding for Regional Co-operation against Organised Crime and Other Forms of Serious Crime, signed five years ago in Skopje, opening the way for closer cooperation.
Albania's Chief Prosecutor Ina Rama
The revised memorandum broadens the scope of prosecutorial co-operation making direct contacts between the prosecution services and it is expected to have a positive impact on the day-to-day cooperation between the signatories.
Furthermore, it includes explicit references to the relevant European legal instruments in the field, thus promoting the establishment of a common terminology and standards, facilitating the process of harmonisation of the national legislation on criminal procedure.
The deal was reached under the umbrella of the PROSECO project of Council of Europe, which aims to improve judicial cooperation in the region, as it moves forward with its bid to join the EU.
EU und US Misionen ausgearbeitet, nach den inzwischen verstandenen Prioritäten was überhaupt umsetzbar ist.
Die Mafiöse Opposition finanziert von der Deutschen SPD und FES, stellt sich damit automatisch gegen jeden Stabilisierung von Albanien.
Dies kann nicht verwundern, wenn man 10 Jahre lang vor aller Augen mit den übelsten Drogen Bossen, Verbrechern und Gangstern zusammen arbeitet um Projekte und Geschäfte abzuwickeln.
Anti-mafia law takes effect in Albania
TIRANA, Albania – The so-called “anti-mafia” law that allows the seizing of assets whose legal origin cannot be proved took effect on Sunday (January 24th). The new legislation enables authorities to seize suspicious assets and put the owners on trial to determine the source. It was adopted last month without the support of the opposition Socialist Party (SP), whose lawmakers are concerned its application could be selective. The opposition argues that the money brought home by immigrants is not registered, which represents an opportunity for authorities to abuse such cases. (BBC, Lajmifundit, Telegrafi, Top Channel - 24/01/10)