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The Strasbourg Court "puts its feet in a shoe" Albania, the Property Agency announces the granting of financial compensation for 147 decisions with private owners during the years 2019-2022
Written by Sidorela BRAÇJA 14 Shkurt 2023
The Property Handling Agency announced yesterday the granting of property compensation for 147 decisions with the owners. These changes come within the framework of the recommendations given by the European Court of Human Rights. ATP has completed the procedures for issuing the next installment for 147 (one hundred and forty-seven) decisions of expropriated entities, which have benefited from financial compensation, with a special request, during the years 2019-2022. The total value of the fund, made available by the State Budget, which will be paid immediately as the next installment for the 147 decisions of the beneficiary entities, is ALL 437,287,601.77. "Property Handling Agency (hereinafter ATP), through this statement would like to inform you that with the entry into force of law no. 77/2022 "On some additions and changes to law no. 133/2015 "On the treatment of property and the completion of the property compensation process", these changes came within the framework of the recommendations given by the European Court of Human Rights in the decision "Beshiri v. Albania and 11 other requests", as and Decision no. 4 dated 15.02.2021 of the Constitutional Court, in fulfillment of its legal obligations, has immediately started work by paying the next installments (fifth, fourth and third installments) for the entities that have benefited from financial compensation, with a special request, during the years 2019-2022. ATP has completed the procedures for issuing the next installment for 147 (one hundred and forty-seven) decisions of expropriated entities, which have benefited from financial compensation, with a special request, during the years 2019-2022, of which: - for 75 ( seventy-five) decisions, the subjects benefit from the fifth installment, – for 66 (sixty-six) decisions, the subjects benefit from the fourth installment, – for 6 (six) decisions, the subjects benefit from the third installment. The total value of the fund, made available by the State Budget, which will be paid immediately as the next installment for 147 (one hundred and forty-seven) decisions of the beneficiary entities, is 437,287,601.77 (four hundred and thirty-seven million two hundred and eighty-seven thousand six hundred and one point seventy-seven) Lek. Through this statement, ATP informs the interested entities that this is the first process undertaken by ATP after the entry into force of law no. 77/2022 we also clarify that the work at ATP is right back to normality. This is just a good start,
Support for renewable energy changes
On the other hand, the granting of support measures for new renewable energy sources will be granted only through auctions. Everything was made known during the presentation of the new law "On promoting the use of energy from renewable sources" in the parliamentary committees, which means removing the support that was guaranteed until now for small sources of energy production. During the presentation, some of the innovations were also brought to attention, such as the annual measurement for self-producers. According to the representatives of the ministry, through the changes foreseen in the new document, it is aimed to achieve the objective for the year 2030, for the use of 54% of energy from renewable sources. Opposition MPs criticized the increase in powers that the new law gives to the minister. In the following meetings, the draft law will also be discussed with interest groups,