Former minister Ylli Manjani analyzes why Prime Minister Edi Rama cannot be investigated by Albanian justice for the McGonigal affair.
He says that even if it is true that Rama has corrupted the FBI, then he has not violated any law in Albania, but it is the American justice system that must hold him accountable.
He also writes that even if the head of the government used the FBI to declare some politicians and businessmen unfit, he still did not break the law of Albania and there is no way to investigate this.
"Here the question arises, how is it possible that all of America deals with such small dirt, but here it is not the fault of "dirty" at all.
On the contrary, kudos to him for using America to rule and drive the brains out of his own people. I use it to get rid of whoever I want with the formula "que la la durt".
Now what do you want to be investigated, donkey brains?! There are many who have eaten those brains and made room for prisons... To be honest, I don't see any reason for legal investigations", writes Manjani, among other things.
It is over.
The call to "investigate Edi Rama" for the Mcgonigal affair is pointless. Depressing. Meaningless.
I understand the desire of many to see Edi Rama in prison, but the "Mcgonigal" case does not seem to me to be the right case.
You take things in turn. What should Edi Rama be investigated, tried and convicted for?
Corrupted the FBI?
Agree, what law has he violated in Albania?! If there is a crime, the punishment should come from American justice, on account of the law of American interest, not from our law. If America closes this account, what business do we have?!
Do you know how it is?
Under these conditions, the FBI and America have lost their god. They opened our stomachs to corruption, corruption. They themselves are corrupt. What do you want to be investigated more, this is not enough for you?!
It used the FBI to crack down on the opposition for paying illegal lobbying money in America.
Why should Rama be investigated in this matter? That Luli paid dollars (such 500,000) without a legal source?!
Luli should be investigated for this, not Rama. Not even McGonigal, who regardless of motive, has instigated an investigation there into the matter. Luli made it, not those who discovered it.
If there is an investigation to be done by Albania in this case, why was this case closed and why were the results of the investigation in America not made available to justice in Albania?
At this point, Rama has been completely legitimate in demanding investigations even against his opponent, with whom he had also made a political agreement.
Did the FBI use it to declare some politicians and businessmen unfit?
Yes, I agree, what law did he break?!
Which politician would not use this tool, that is, the power of America, to weaken the opponent, or even to remove some leeches from the yard?!
Here the question arises, how is it possible that all of America deals with such small dirt, but here it is not the fault of "dirty" at all. On the contrary, kudos to him for using America to rule and drive the brains out of his own people. I use it to get rid of whoever I want with the formula "que la la durt".
Now what do you want to be investigated, donkey brains?! There are many who have eaten those brains and filled the prisons...
To be honest, I don't see any reason for legal investigations.
There is only a quarter of the reason that has to do with equality before the law. That is, as long as even Safeti is being investigated and in prison, who thought to castrate the dogs (I don't know what criminal offense he has committed), why shouldn't Rama also be investigated for this whole whirlwind.
But this argument is a luxury in the conditions when we have collectively accepted that there is no equality before the law. Plus in this case, comparing Rama with Safet would be equality before illegality...
That's why I say that whoever has eyes in his forehead and mind in his head understands that we are misgoverned by a marketer and manipulator. This is reason enough to remove him from government and politics. But this duty of the Albanian people can't be done either by courage or by America, which was corrupted even for small things.
We don't have America to investigate and judge. So it's over.