Comedy Show: Rama determined to establish rule of law in economic activities

15 Jahre, die selben dummen Sprüche, um die eigenen kriminellen Aktivitäten zu tarnen. Man hat nun kein Geld, um die Tausenden von illegalen Bauten abreissen zukönnen.

Peinlich wenn die Fakten zeigen wie aus 2001, 2002 das schon damals die Skrapari Bande, Edi Rama jede Justiz in Albanien verhinderte, wie Internationale Reports u.a. vom IWPR, oder Transparency International Corruption Report 2001 aufzeigten. Zitat: +++Albanian politicians have signalled a rare willingness to unite in the name of national interest. +++

„Justiz unerwünscht, wurde damals schon bei Ilir Meta Regierungs festgestellt. Die Grundstücks Mafia war damals schon gut bekannt. Edi Rama, war damals Motor der Grundstücks Mafia mit prominenten Krmiinellen, stahl 500.000 qm Grund mit Hilfe der AAEF Gangster von USAID und Michael Granoff.

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Der Albanian American Enterprise Fund, verkaufte wie hier mit einem Foto aus 2001 bewiesen ist, iillegal Gewerbe Grundstücke direkt an der Autobahn Durres- Tirana! Der AAEF, ist natürlich auch Partner im Bestechungs Geschäft mit Fatos Nano am Flugplatz, der KfW und DEG, was eines der peinlichsten Deutschen Bestechungs Geschäfte war, wo Hochtief inzwischen Allés verkaufte, und es in 2004, nicht einmal ein Gesetz, für Lizensen gab: (erst ab 2006) aus Albania.de Der Albanian American Enterprise Fund, verkaufte wie hier mit einem Foto aus 2001 bewiesen ist, iillegal Gewerbe Grundstücke direkt an der Autobahn Durres- Tirana! Der AAEF, ist natürlich auch Partner im Bestechungs Geschäft mit Fatos Nano am Flugplatz, der KfW und DEG, was eines der peinlichsten Deutschen Bestechungs Geschäfte war, wo Hochtief inzwischen Allés verkaufte, und es in 2004, nicht einmal ein Gesetz, für Lizensen gab: (erst ab 2006) aus Albania.de

Rama determined to establish rule of law in economic activities
20/08/2015
Rama determined to establish rule of law in economic activities
Prime Minister Edi Rama declared on Thursday that “the Albanian government is determined to carry through to the end the battle to install the rule of law in the economic and commercial activities of the country”.

Meeting with tax authority employees, Rama repeated the Minister for Economic Development statement of the day before, that the September campaign “is not a battle against businesses but a battle to protect consumers from those who steal the money needed by the state in order to reduce taxes”.Nevertheless, Rama emphasized that this campaign must be done with respect towards businesses and urged people to denounce any inappropriate behavior from customs and tax authority employees. “They need to thank every honest businessman and punish those who break the law”, the Prime Minister said, adding: “Winning this battle means tax reductions and salaries increase. Reducing informality is equal with a new burst of economic and social development”.

http://www.top-channel.tv/lajme/english/artikull.php?id=14905#.VdXYdZP1G1E

Demolished illegal buildings will be cleaned by builders

Demolished illegal buildings will be cleaned by builders
19/08/2015
Demolished illegal buildings will be cleaned by builders

The Mayor of Tirana declared that abusers will cover the cleaning bill for the ruins remaining after demolishing illegal buildings.

Veliaj’s declaration was released in Kombinat, where he introduced the administrator of this unit, Adriatik Merko.

Veliaj said that the operation started in Unit 5 for freeing all public spaces will gradually expand in the entire territory of Tirana.

Super Police operation in Dukagjin, 10.000 narcotic plants destroyed

 

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  1. Informality, submission to corrupt systems

    By Albanian Correspondent / 27/08/2015 / No Comments
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    Nikolin Jaka

    Tirana, 27 August 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency

    Controls carried out by public administration in Albania, are often made in an abusive way and force many businesses to be involved in corrupt affairs by paying bribes to tax inspectors.

    This is claimed by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Tirana, which calls upon all enterprises to say “no” to informality, stressing that this also puts an end to submission toward state corrupt structures.

    Several businesses which were asked on the issue of informality and tax evasion and also on inspections by public administration, say that the reactions of these inspectors are absurd.

    “Inspectors’ reactions during their inspections are: Angry when they do not find any legal violations and happy when they find legal violations”, entrepreneurs who have been subject to such inspections say.

    These facts which have been denounced by businesses, are seen by the Chamber of Commerce as an appeal to put an end to informality.

    Nikolin Jaka, head of the Tirana Chamber of Commerce, has offered a message for small and medium sized businesses. “I would like to encourage and inform every small or big entrepreneurs that informality and tax evasion are nothing else but their nightmare. To be informal, it’s a sacrifice and an adventure and at the same time, it’s also a submission to corrupt inspectors and systems”.

    Jaka says that the Chamber of Commerce will back any legal reform taken by the Albanian government or any incentive of the opposition, which will serve for the formalization of economy and the fight without compromise of informality and tax evasion.

    “Considering informality and tax evasion as the worst thing for the economy and private enterprise, we call on every entrepreneur who works in the Republic of Albania, to react in the fight against informality and tax evasion. Let us denounce every human phenomenon and procedure that enables the deformation of this important reform”.

    A campaign has been recently launched in order to inform the public about the fight against informality, which is expected to start in September.

    The government is expecting to collect 330 million euros during this campaign which is expected to last until the end of the year. /ibna/
    – See more at: http://www.balkaneu.com/informality-submission-corrupt-systems/#sthash.fwJOKMvm.dpuf

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