In Albania, interest in the “McGonigal” affair and its likely connection to Rama does not quiet down, as well as in regards to the migrants who are entering Britain by rafts and at the same time pay large sums. This is just part of the selection of the editorial office of CIVIL Media from Albanian media in the region.
TOP CHANNEL: The opposition requests an interpellation of Rama, Berisha excluded from the Parliament for 10 days
“Head of DP group, Enkelejd Alibeaj, will request interpellation of the head of government Edi Rama at today’s plenary session of the Albanian Parliament.
Sali Berisha’s group has submitted to the Parliament a request for a motion with debate without a time limit for debating the McGonigal issue. It remains to be seen whether the Parliament will put their request on the agenda.
In the request of the group for renewal, it can be noticed that Sali Berisha’s signature is missing, while he has been excluded from Parliament for 10 days following the events at the plenary session a week ago”, reports the Albanian media outlet Top Channel.
PANORAMA: Albanians have paid over 43 million euros to traffickers to enter Britain by raft in the period January – September
“The illegal emigration network from Albania in Great Britain is increasingly more depleting the country of human capital, but in addition, the emigrants are taking large sums of money for themselves, of which the greater part goes for paying the traffickers.
British media and official immigration statistics show that in 9 months of 2022, January to September, over 13 thousand Albanians sought asylum in Britain, where 11 thousand of them entered by raft.
The average payment for passage ranges from 3 to 4 thousand pounds per person, depending on the days”, reports Albanian daily Panorama.
ZERI -Kurti: If Serbia wants mono-national elections, let them do it at home first
“We cannot compensate Serbia for the war lost in the spring of 1999, but it must compensate us for the damage it inflicted upon us both in terms of people and material goods”, he said. “If Serbia wants these mono-national elections in Kosovo, let them try it at home first”, said Kurti, reports Kosovo daily Zeri.
TELEGRAFI: Greece to finance the highway with Albania after almost 20 years of discussions
“The Greek Ministry of Infrastructure and Transportation announced on Wednesday the tender for the “Ioannina-Kalpaq-Kakavia” road axis, with a budget of around 320 million dollars”, reports Telegrafi.
GAZETA EXPRESS: 16 years since Ahtisaari’s plan
“On February 2, 2007, Special Envoy for the status of Kosovo, Martti Ahtisaaru, presented his proposal to Pristina and Belgrade.
This was also an initiative for the creation of an independent state of Kosovo”, reports Kosovo daily Gazeta Express.
Translation: N. Cvetkovska