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Phantom Kampf gegen „Schwarz Arbeit und Firmen“Steuer – Sokratie Mane und Vangjush Dako – Durres

Alles Phantom Gebilde, wenn man heute im Gemuese- Obst Markt mit den Leuten spricht in Durres, darauf angesprochen wird, das ringsrum die Strassen belagern, Gewuerze, Obst, Gemuese mit mindestens 30 % Abschlag anbieten, im Gegensatz zu den offiziellen Haendlern auf dem Gemuese Mark, welche auch Stand Gebuehren und Steuern zahlen.

Geldwäsche Systeme der einfachsten Art, denn Sokrat Mane taucht in einem Dokument der Praefektur Durres auf 18.10.2010 Prot. Nr. 598, das er von der Mafia Forst Behoerde des Fatmir Mediu (140 Millionen Euro der EU verschwanden spurlos) 540 qm Wald und Küsten Grundstueck in der Currilla Durres erhielt, was dann zur Geldwaesche, verkauft wird. Alle illegal, ein Durres Alt-Mafia Modell. (weitere Personen: Salih Ahmet Hoxha (Agim Hoxha), Nikolla Zef Felaj, Jozef Tedeskim der Shiak Mafia des verhafteten Dash Gjoka.

Sokratie Mane, gehört zu den Kriminellen, wo der PM Edi Rama sagt, das 11.000 Hektar Küsten Grundstücke gestohlen wurden, durch Phantom Dokumente, schnell parelliert und verkauft werden. Das sind fest Profi kriminelle Politik Kreise.

Abholzung des Waldstückes, durch die Gangster, obwohl es in Privat Besitz der Touristik Zone nach Gesetz 7665 Priorty Touristik Zone ist. Klientel Politik pure

Die Wasser Behörde von Durres holzt die letzten Bäume dort ab vor wenigen Jahren im Auftrage der Regierungs Mafia mit Ourel Bykylbashi, Salih Berisha, Agim Hoxha im Bezirksrat von Durres
Die Wasser Behörde von Durres holzt die letzten Bäume dort ab vor wenigen Jahren im Auftrage der Regierungs Mafia mit Ourel Bykylbashi, Salih Berisha, Agim Hoxha im Bezirksrat von Durres

In Durres hat mit den Gangstern wie Vangjush Dako noch nie ein Gesetz gegolten, 3.200 Bank Konten sind immer noch beschlagnahmt, davon sind 90 % aller Bussgelder falsch und illegal.

Rama publishes results of action against informalityThe Albanian Prime Minister, Edi Rama, published on his Facebook profile the results reached so far in the agaisnt informality. 

Albania PM Declares ‚War‘ on Fiscal Evasion

Under pressure from the IMF over falling fiscal revenues, Prime Minister Rama has pledged to engage 600 teams to fight the widespread evasion of the use of receipts for goods – although many see the threat as empty.
Gjergj Erebara
BIRN

Tirana

Edi Rama speaking to the media about his campaign against fiscal evasion on 31 August 2015. Photo: Malton Dibra/LSA

Albanians awoke on Tuesday to a new sense of alarm over fiscal bills. Coffee shops scrambled to use cash registers that were installed back in 2010 but rarely used since then.
Over the last month, several top officials including the Prime Minister Edi Rama have threatened taxpayers and consumers alike with heavy fines.
Owners of small enterprises like tailors and hairdressers have rushed to get registered in the National Business Registry, fearing reprisals.
“The war against informality [over payments] will be the focus of the next 300 days of the government with coordination between customs, tax directorate, labour inspectors and state police, as well as with the prosecutors service, consumers and businesses,” Rama said in a televised speech on Monday.
On Tuesday, Rama reinforced his initiative with another speech, adding that the campaign had been ducked for too long.
“For years, the necessary reforms had been avoided. Now it [Albania] has started to feel like a state. We are starting an operation against the chain of theft that in scientific language is called informality. The will and the attention of the government will be at a maximum. We are at war against informality,” Rama said.
Other officials warned that even consumers could be fined up to 1,000 leks (7.5 euros) if they leave a shop without taking a fiscal bill.
However, on Myslym Shyri street, one of the fanciest boulevards for shopping in the capital Tirana, things were running just as usual on Tuesday.
“They haven’t come here,” a shopkeeper told BIRN, referring to the inspectors. He continued selling fruits and vegetables to customers without bothering to print out any bills.
Albania signed a three-year agreement with the International Monetary Fund in 2013, securing cash in exchange for pledges to tighten fiscal discipline.
Following the agreement, the government increased taxes on profits, tobacco and fuel, hoping to increase revenues and so close the deficit.
This year, however, the higher taxation failed to result in an increase in revenues and the IMF mission ended discussions in June without an agreement, suspending its lending program.
While the government says it will end once forever the high rate of fiscal noncompliance in Albania, many doubt the campaign will bring anything new.
“There are several reasons to doubt whether it will work,” Ornela Liperi, editor-in-chief of Monitor, a weekly economic magazine published in Tirana, said.
“This campaign started well two years after this government came to power but after its experiments with tax hikes, it backfired,” she said.
“The government is also focusing on small businesses that are the main source of self-employment in the country but they don’t have the potential to increase budget revenue,“ she added.
„This [campaign] will only divert attention from the true sources of the tax evasion in the country, like traders of tobacco, big employers and big businesses. There is a widespread skepticism about how much the government is willing to do to punish big businesses that have strong political connections,” Liperi concluded.

Der Gangster Ridvan Bode, von der Super Drogen Mafika Korce – Shiak installiert, mit eigenen Verbrecher Kartellen fuer Klientel, Motor im Schmuggel aller Art schon vor 20 Jahren ist gegen jede Steuer.

The former Minister of Finances, Ridvan Bode, says that the government’s operation against informality will damage the economy in a long term, although in a short term it might bring more budget funds. 

Durres live, von Sokrati Mane, langfristig aufgebaut, die illegalen Privat Verkaeufer rund um die Post, wo Handys, andere Dinge verkauft werden, welche durch den Hafen so kommen und man die Steuer Polizei seit 15 Jahren schmiert.  Sokrati Mane, bestaetigte dem Autor, das die Information der Einheimischen stimmt, das man als Haupt Investor nun auftritt, im Skandal Bau, an der Post, wo die Berisha Mafia ein Roemischen Dorf mit Gangster Vangjush Dako zubetonierte. Das Durres Rathaus ist mit 30 % vorbestraften Kriminellen besetzt, der Rest sind Familien Mitglieder, die sich eingekauft haben. Finanziert durch kriminelle Kreise der Weltbank, EBRD Bank usw..

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Sokratie Mane - Durres
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update September 2017: alle Bäume gefällt, Nichts vermietet.

September 2017

Ja sa po ndikon ligji për informalitetin tek të varfërit në Durrës

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