Justice in regress
Renzo Bossi had not very good relations with schools. This can be
understood by the history of his difficult and false qualifications.
In 2009 he was graduated from high school at 21 years of age, after four failed attempts. But he received a university diploma from the Kristal University in Tirana, on 29 September 2010.
Only one year after, Renzo Bossi received a diploma with the best grades and 29 tests given for Business Management, all in Albanian, without speaking a word of our language.
According to the “Family File”, now on the hands of Naples and Milano prosecution, it appeared that the 24 year old had given all 29 subjects of three years of work in one single year.
But has he ever been in Albania, being the son of Umberto Bossi, the “Lega Nord” leader, known for his strong declarations against emigration and even Albanians?
The Italian investigators want to investigate if Renzo Rossi has paid the diploma with the funds of the party. In Italy he is known as “Trout”, a name given to mock his intelligence.
The phone conversations between Belsitto, who has connections with the Ndranghetta, and Nadia Degrada, respnonsible for the finances of the party, showed the both of them saying that the Lega NoCherie Blair, the Adviser of the British Queen for Justice Matters and wife of the former British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, expressed her regret that the public trust on the justice in Albania has fallen since 2009.
Blair, a good connoisseur of the justice problems in Albania said that lawyers who delay the judicial processes should be punished. She also advised that the government budget for the judicial system should increase, regardless the economic crisis.
“There can be no EU integration without the reforms in the judicial system. Two thirds of the Albanians do not believe on justice, by making Albania regress before 2009. From 2005 to 2009 there was progress. In this current situation you cannot integrate in the EU. More reforms are needed. I have heard that lawyers in Albania do not go in trials, just for delaying the process. It is intolerable that none of them has ever been reported by the Chamber of Lawyers. The government doesn’t spend enough money for the judicial system. A good financial situation gives more independence to the judicial system”, Blair declared.
The Supreme Court member, Judge Ardian Nuni, declared that with the Administrative Court law, the political consensus for the first time had come together against the justice. Nuni underlined that the performance of the judicial system in Albania is a responsibility of the High Council of Justice.
“The HCJ has not created a judicial body with moral and professional integrity that can be reliable for the public”, Nuni declared.
During the conference organized by the Judge Union, and named “The justice reform, on of the EU integration priorities”, the vice President of the Strasbourg Court, Joseph Kaasadevall Medrano mentioned the concept of an impartial Court, taking as example different trials at the European Court of Human Rights.
rd expenses, besides fines, medical visits, reconstructions and vehicle repairs, included even the diploma of Bossi’s son in Albania.
There is also a second diploma from the Kristal University for Pierangelo Moscagiuro, the bodyguard of the vice President of the Senate, Rosi Mauro, who left the Lega Nord. He had been “graduated” in sociology.