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No explanation, from Linda Rama’s “dowry” when she went to Edi as a bride, the Saray land, part of the heirloom after 2 divorces

No comment for the huge real estatewhich the justice should “unroll” the papers for, since there is no legal and written explanation as to how it was accumulated year after year, while the groom, Edi Rama, when divorced from the fourth wife , declared only $ 3,000.
One week, 20 times a day, the opposition made a “war program” against power, the prime ministers’ Sarays which, as if by magic, were accumulated like a shot and with a royal financial power, few months after Rama came to power.
For one week, the opposition is not uttering a single word about the fireplace, the Sarays and their tremendous value, not counting the luxurious furnishing, while Rama sometimes declared that he built his own Sarays with money from immigration, sometimes from selling his paintings, and finally, he declared that it is his wife’s fortune, amassed from her businesses and her savings throughout her life.
None of the versions is true, since if his next wife, Lindita (Linda), had intended to build a Saray in Surrel, she would have built it with her first and second husband, with whom sheplanted vineyards, olive groves, built villas and bought suitesand apartmentsin block (Blloku) and touristic areas.
According to the asset declaration, Lindita (Linda) Rama brought in her “dowry” to the third husband, Edi Rama, the fortuneshe acquired from the heirloom after she divorcedher two previoushusbands, Thanas Xhillari, a professor who continues to receive projects from the government and who is a member of two state boards and Ylli Çabiri, a businessman who makes capital out of PPP, thanks toEdi Rama’s power.

But, for none of these assets she brought to her prime minister husband, Linda Rama explainswhere she took them from, but she declares that they are part of the assets acquired from the divorces with the two ex-husbands, while her third husband, Edi Rama, was penniless (as the prime minister declares).

Linda Rama’s wealth, lost from 2 divorces and left for the third groom.
870 m2 vineyard at Mjull Bathore-Tirana, after divorce, transferred to her ex-husband Thanas Xhillari.
158.5 m2 Apartment, adjacent to the US Embassy in Tirana, a property built up in 2001, after the divorce, transferred to Thanas Xhillari.
Two garages, 28.4 m2 and 21 m2 in size, a property created in 2003, after the divorce, transferred to Thanas Xhillari.
360 m2 land in the village of Qatos-Korça, property created in 2005, after divorce , transferred to Thanas Xhillari.
100 m2 apartment, in “Vaso Pasha” (former Block) street, a property created in 2008, co-owned with her ex-husband Ylli Çabiri, after divorce, the property share belongs to Lindita Xhillari and Ylli Çabir, who in August 2009, transfer it to Ertjan Çabiri.
103 m2 apartment, in “Vaso Pasha” (former block) street, a property created in 2008, co-owned with Ylli Çabiri, after divorce, the property share belongs to Lindita Xhillari and Ylli Çabiri, who in August 31, 2009, sells it to Ylli Çabiri.
146.15 m2 apartment, in “Pjetër Bogdani” street, property created in 2007 with Ylli Çabiri, after divorce the property share belongsto Lindita Xhillari and Ylli Çabiri, on August 31, 2009 Ylli Çabiri sells his share to Lindita Xhillari.
17 m2 garage, in “Pjetër Bogdani” street, property created in 2007 with Ylli Çabiri, after the divorce the property share belongs to Lindita Xhillari and Ylli Çabirit, on 31 August 2009, Ylli Çabiri sells his share to Lindita Xhillari.
102.97 m2 apartment, in “Ismail Qemali” street, a property created by Lindita Xhillari in 2006 and after the division of property, she gives it to her daughter Rea Xhillari.
2582 m2 land area in Surrel-Tirana, a property which, after the second divorce, belongs to Lindita Xhillari.
1955.5 m2 land area in Surrel-Tirana, a property which, after the second divorce, belongs to Lindita Xhillari.

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