Wednesday, February 22, 2017
The Head of OSCE Mission: "In Albania, circulated more than 2 billion euros of dirty money, to be used for political elections"
At first televised interview since taking office, OSCE Ambassador to Tirana, Bernd Borchardt, declared in "Ora News TV," said the OSCE is being invested favor of the amendments to the Electoral Code to avoid, or more precisely to limit how more buying votes in June this year.
Opposition rally sees legitimate concern but sees boycott of Parliament, which he will slow the pace of reforms, mainly in justice.
OSCE Ambassador explained that the OSCE is not against electronic voting and counting process, but warned the lack of sufficient time to introduce the legislation.
Unable to see the voting conducted immigrants to the 18 June elections, as there is a record of Albanians living abroad.
He also said that circulate more than 2 billion euro dirty money, but it is positive that "despite the long production of cannabis has not been a major concern for the government and the opposition, it has now become a concern for both sides "