Himara: The properties rift deepens
in two, the one part, the population living in Himara Region, and on
the other, the Diaspora of Himara, a division, which never happened even
during the dictatorship for 50 years.
In the foreground, everything seems quiet, as an internal struggle
within the community, in which elected local administration, looks like
the government access from Tirana than in the service of the people of Himara
called a success strategy or policies of Political Parties of Albania,
to build a processes corruptible, looting of property for which
adaptation finds half of the population, De Facto according to the
Communist Law 7501, and on the other a powerful Diaspora of Himara, that
recently, is raising its voice to European institutions for the right
The Himara Region, with a population of
about 20 thousand inhabitants, divided into several states, in which one
third is in the diaspora , USA, Albania and Europe, is currently the
region with beautiful coastal resort of Albania, with higher income
throughout the country.
But after 23 years after post
communism time, the political parties, found not likely to respect
freedoms and human rights, especially private property, creating the
typical Ottoman Communist laws, divided by the population which has a
history of insubordinate in all existence thousands of years.
, the current government of Edi Rama, is applying methods to subdue the
region, creating opportunities abusive of unfair distribution of
property, by means of the Himara Municipality.
the other hand, dissatisfied with the Albanian government reforms for
fair division of property, the part of the diaspora of Himara, thousands
of members, who work in the West, seeking through a popular petition,
raise their concerns legitimate to the Council and the European
In this division between families of
Himaras the Mafia and the oligarchs, these are the parts that control
everything, with the help of the institutions of the country, ranging
from the Prosecution, Courts and Registry Property Offices.
the foreground, everything seems quiet, as an internal struggle within
the community, in which elected local administration looks like the
government access than in the service of the people of Himara