Berisha for Rama: This bastard thinks he can hijack the DP, holds the court decision hostage

17:54 21/01/2023 In the speech held on the 32nd anniversary of the establishment of the branch of the Democratic Party in Laç, the chief democrat Sali Berisha accused Edi Rama of holding the court’s decision hostage, according to him, with the aim of preventing the victory of the democrats in the May 14 elections. “Edi … Read more

The Constitutional Court overturns PD for Beketi

16:54 27/12/2022 Rejects the request for the commission of inquiry After the Assembly, the Constitutional Court also rejected the request of a group of deputies of the Democratic Party regarding the establishment of a parliamentary investigative commission for the “Beketi” case. Through an abbreviated decision, the Court announces that the request of the democratic deputies … Read more

Berisha: The National Theater Act, a flagrant violation of the decision of the Constitutional Court

12:50 21/12/2022 “This is the only country in the world where a decision of the Constitutional Court is overturned by a decision of the government” The Parliamentary Group of the Democratic Party met at noon today. At the start of this meeting, the chief democrat Sali Berisha stopped at the start of the works for … Read more

Rama: Not every political conflict in the Constitutional Court. Kim: The time when judges were bought and threatened is over

12:32 20/10/2022 The 30th anniversary of the Constitutional Court was an opportunity, according to Prime Minister Edi Rama, to take stock of the confrontations with which this body has faced and which, according to him, has a shadow light. “With stamps of controversial decisions, with glimmers to glory and with unjustifiable stains”. But Rama says … Read more

The initiative for floors without permission is sued in the Constitutional Court

20:30 14/10/2022 The complaint was made by a group of DP deputies 28 deputies of the Democratic Party have submitted to the Constitutional Court a request for the annulment as unconstitutional of the government’s decision to seize the floors without permission. The draft states that the normative act is contrary to the Constitution, because it … Read more

Khushi: The court has spoken about the “Mehemet Akif” school

15:00 13/10/2022 “All the students have transferred and follow the learning process regularly“ The closure of the “Mehmet Akif” school and the “Turgut Ozal” kindergarten for the Minister of Education Evis Kushi is a finished matter because justice has also been expressed for these institutions. “The court has said the first word, both in the … Read more

Formula One star Fernando Alonso’s racing team DriveX faces court battle

Two-time Formula One star Fernando Alonso‘s racing team has been dragged into a British courtroom battle today – as a doctor accused DriveX of forging a £300,000 contract.  Dr James Akinwunmi claims he is owed £240,000 following an aborted car sponsorship deal involving Spanish racing team Drivex – which is backed by Alonso. Cayman Islands-based consultant … Read more

Bunga Bunga owners in £3m court fight over Covid claim

Owners of London nightclub Bunga Bunga in £3m court fight over Covid claim Bunga Bunga, once frequented by Prince Harry, is owned by Inception Group It paid £130,000 for comprehensive annual insurance cover for 11 bars and clubs The group filed a claim in March last year after the first lockdown By Harriet Dennys For Financial … Read more

Bunga Bunga owners in £3m court fight over Covid claim

Owners of London nightclub Bunga Bunga in £3m court fight over Covid claim Bunga Bunga, once frequented by Prince Harry, is owned by Inception Group It paid £130,000 for comprehensive annual insurance cover for 11 bars and clubs The group filed a claim in March last year after the first lockdown By Harriet Dennys For Financial … Read more

Two men appear in court over Belfast riots after police were pelted with stones

Two men charged in connection with riots in Northern Ireland were today denied bail on grounds that they could re-offend – as police were pelted with stones and missiles on an eighth night of violence.  Matthew Shaw, 32, and Jonathan Maitland, 25, both from Belfast, appeared before Belfast Magistrates’ Court, having been arrested following the … Read more