The judge, a member of the trial panel for former Minister Tahiri, is confirmed in office
Judge of the Special Court against Corruption and Organized Crime, GJKKO has been confirmed in office. She successfully passed the vetting on all three assessment pillars. In the media, Flora Hajredinaj is identified as the judge who was on the panel for former Interior Minister Saimir Tahiri.
September 19, 2019 was the date when the former Serious Crimes Court acquitted Tahiri on charges of drug trafficking and as part of a criminal group. Tahiri was charged only with abuse of office. The trial panel composed of judges Ardit Mustafaj, Irena Gjoka and Flora Hajredinaj sentenced Tahiri to 5 years in prison and finally 3.4 years of imprisonment due to a 1/3 reduction from the shortened trial and 3 years without the right to exercise functions. public. The sentence was converted into probation.
The vetting process for Hajredinaj was conducted by Brunilda Bekteshi chairperson, Olsi Komici rapporteur and Firdes Shuli member. Gerrit Spregner was present as an international observer.
HIDAACI has also considered Hajredinaj's statements correct.