Forbes journalist Shellie Karabell grave mistake: Edi Rama comes from Labor Party

Forbes journalist Shellie Karabell grave mistake: Edi Rama comes from Labor Party

 Forbes journalist Shellie Karabell has made a mistake at the beginning of her article for Prime Minister Edi Rama. 

Among other things she writes that "The Albanian Prime Minister turned up at his offices in Tirana for our interview wearing what he called his “painting clothes”—denim work shirt and jeans, lightly paint-spattered. Edi Rama had spent the holiday morning at a friend's atelier—as he does once a month—in front of an easel pursuing the passion that was his first career before becoming the Labor Party prime minister of his native land in 2013.

Shellie Karabell, a Forbes contributor, might have been better informed to report in her script the correct name of Prime Minister Rama's party. She confused the Socialist Party with the Labor Party.

The US magazine Forbes has devoted an extended article to Albania while talking not only about Prime Minister Rama but also about the European dream of Albanians claiming to join the next wave of membership in the old continent in 2025. It writes that Albania has made some positive steps, such as reform in justice and the process of vetting, a necessity to clear the corrupt from the justice system. The magazine in its article describes the meeting with Rama in his office, conversations about Rama as Prime Minister, painter and man. In the end Rama says he wants to have a third life beyond Rama's painter and politician, a life where he will deal with the lifestyle, painting, sculpture, industry ... taste. And maybe something about cooking. "I like to cook!" - he adds.
Forbes journalist Shellie Karabell grave mistake: Edi Rama comes from Labor Party Forbes journalist Shellie Karabell grave mistake: Edi Rama comes from Labor Party Thursday, April 19, 2018 Rating: 5
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