Authors

Mandrit Kamolli

Mandrit Kamolli is a young professional in the field of human rights currently working as project assistant at National Democratic Institute (NDI) Albania focusing mainly in transparency of political party financing and election related activities. Previously, he has been engaged with Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Albania, OSCE/ODHIR and Albanian Education Foundation. Mandrit has studied law in Albania and holds a joint master degree in Human Rights and Democratization from European Inter-University Centre and University of Nottingham. 
His Contributions to ALJ: 
Issue 6 - Albanian Legislation: The Importance of Regulation and Enforcement for Political Party Financial Transparency in Albania

Enea Sheqi

Enea Sheqi has completed Bachelor studies at the Faculty of Law at the University of Tirana. He is currently completing Master's degree in Civil Law at the same university. During the studies he has been involved in many trainings and workshops having as main focus, topics such as: human rights, European law, business law and family law. He has participated in a two-month training organized by the OSCE presence in Albania and was awarded the prize for the best performance during the simulation model organized by EMA. Enea has participated in several international scientific conferences organized by the University of Tirana with the University of La Sapienza, referring to the topics: "Impact of Human Rights in Private Law" and "Taking and Using Biological Sample: News and Novelties of the Criminal Procedure Code ". He is currently contributing in several national conferences. Enea shows interest in European law, civil law and European private law. The languages he owns are Albanian (mother language ), English, French and basic knowledge of Italian language.

His Contributions to ALJ:

Issue 6 - Practical & Administrative CasesCross-border mergers of commercial companies

Reald Keta

Reald Keta has completed his studies with Master's degree in Law at the Faculty of Law at the University of Tirana in 2010. Since 2012, he has worked mainly for the organization Kriik Albania, part of the Coalition of Domestic Observers network. Throughout this experience as a law expert on electoral issues, he has pursued ongoing electoral processes and initiatives of general, bylaw and referenda character. Also, part of the engagement has been other institutional processes closely related to electoral processes, such as the reform of the electoral law framework, the process of decriminalization, or the efforts to reform the referenda legal framework. In this regard, his areas of expertise are the monitoring of the electoral process, the financial activity of political parties and electoral subjects as well as issues pertaining to Electoral Justice.

His Contributions to ALJ: 

Issue 5 - Albanian Legislation: The financial activity of the political parties and electoral subjects, pursuant to the Albanian legislation

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