"We call on the Albanian institutions to do everything possible to bring those responsible for the murder of Mario Majollari to justice and finally give his family an answer. There is no peace without justice ".
This is what he states in a note Operation Dove, the Nonviolent Peace Corps of the Pope John XXIII Community, about the murder of Mario Majollari.
Da journalistic sources Albanians learn that the only accused, Kastriot Gjuzi, was acquitted by the court due to insufficient evidence. The 10 April 2018 the 28enne Mario Majollari, repatriated from Sweden where his request for international protection had been rejected, was killed in Tirana on suspicion of blood revenge, since his father in 2000 had killed Ilir Gjuzi, brother of Kastriot Gjuzi . At this point, one wonders who killed Mario Majollari and why.
This case brings thecaution to the murder of Marie and Kol Qukaj, killed 14 June 2012 in Dukagjin, whose perpetrators have not yet been identified. Here, too, the reasons for the murders seemed to be linked to a feud between two families. Two years after this double murder, some relatives of the victims tried to take revenge, resorting to private justice.
"It is essential to listen to the instances of the families of murder victims, in order to avoid the prosecution of private justice acts. When state justice takes its course effectively and efficiently, the desire to resort to do-it-yourself justice diminishes. Also in this way revenge can be stopped and thus the feuds that derive from it » states Antonio De Filippis, head of Operation Dove.
Operazione Colomba volunteers are present at the 2010 in Albania to overcome the phenomenon of blood feud.
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