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Where do the funds for Prime Minister Rama's private exhibitions come from, is he using his power to sell paintings?
"Improvisation" is called the exhibition of mixed paintings and sculptures that Prime Minister Edi Rama opened a few days ago with his works in "Zapion Megaro" in Athens.
The exhibition presented 33 works created since 2015 and 15 other works from the last year, where vivid colors, abstract shapes, ceramic works, wall paintings stand out, while some of the works were created on sheets of working documents. .
Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias were also present at the opening of the exhibition in the Greek capital.
Exhibitions in the world
This is not the first exhibition that opens with Rama's creations.
The head of the government, after 2013 when he came to power, has also built an artistic career in parallel, often based on his political connections.
He has opened exhibitions in Fierence, Italy, Munich and Berlin, Germany, Istanbul, Turkey, Hong Kong, China and New York.
Recently, after the McGonigal scandal, facts were published in the media about how in 2015 an exhibition of Rama was sponsored in China.
Leading among the general sponsors was CEFC, the Chinese energy conglomerate. Dorian Ducka was hired by this company, who is the result of the FBI's accusation as person B, who together with Agron Neza gave information about the launch of the DP lobbying investigation through Nick Muzin.
During the time when he was in the opposition, it is noticeable that Edi Rama did not declare money for the sale of paintings. He has only declared income from the sale of the book 'Kurban'. Two years after he came to power, Rama began to declare monetary amounts from the sale of his creations.
In 2015, Rama declared 2 694 009 income from the artistic work and the book 'Kurban'. In 2016, Rama declared 1,285,665 ALL income from artistic work. It reaches its peak in 2017, when it declares 3,894,352 ALL from the sale of paintings.
This fact raises doubts that Rama has used his power and the wealth of the Albanians to sell the paintings and open exhibitions throughout Europe and beyond.