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KPC member ends up in court, accused of forging documents and false declaration of assets
The Special Prosecution has closed the investigation against KPC member Etleda Çiftja and has filed charges of forgery of documents and false declaration of assets. The case has already been completed in the Special Court against Crime and Corruption.
According to SPAK, the couple has made a false declaration for the purchase of a residential apartment, on two plots of arable land with an area of 1450 m2 and 3 440 m2, the manner of gaining ownership and regarding the purpose of obtaining a loan.
"From the conducted investigations it has been proven beyond reasonable doubt that the defendant Etleda Çiftja, in the statement with no. 14568 index, dated 17.07.2017, has made a false declaration of property, specifically regarding the source of the purchase of the apartment of housing, on two plots of arable land with an area of 1450 m2 and with an area of 3440 m2, the manner of gaining ownership for the two areas of arable land and in relation to the purpose of obtaining a loan with the former Emporiki Bank - Albania sh.a.
Also, the defendant Etleda Çiftja, has submitted to HIDAA, a contract with falsified content, referring to the price reflected in it, proven beyond any reasonable doubt, as this contract does not match the one found at the archive of the notary office where it was compiled and to ACA at the time of registration of the property for which this contract is concluded. Also, this contract contains false data regarding the action reflected in it, ie sale, purchase of the plot of arable land ", it is said, among other things, in the announcement of SPAK.