Nuri Bajrami was elected deputy chairman of the State Commission for Prevention of Corruption in a lottery draw. All members draw a ballot reading a member, and Bajrami draw the ballot reading deputy president.
“It was really random. The show ends here, let’s get to work and stop making scenes”, said Bajrami.
He will hold the deputy post for six months, and then another member will be elected on the principle of rotation.
The commission at today’s first session also discussed Bajrami’s election as a member of SCPC and whether there’s a conflict of interests, following the information that he is a brother-in-law to Parliament Speaker, Talat Xhaferi.
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