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Written by SOT.COM.AL 16 Gusht 2022
The deputy of the Democratic Party, Dashnor Sula, through a post on his social network 'Facebook', said that unlike our government, Greece's has "rolled up its sleeves and left the holidays, to increase for the third time in the minimum wage per year".
Sula writes that on the other hand, the Albanian government, which he calls "the government of the oligarchs", before taking the holidays, met urgently, making it "a fait accompli that not the citizens but the customers that they give public tenders with 99.9% of the limit fund, I will also give you a large amount of additional 60 million euros for the increase in prices".
The difference between the government of the citizens and the government of the oligarchs!
Greek media reports that the government of their country has left the holidays and rolled up its sleeves to raise the minimum wage for the third time in a year. It is also anticipated that there will be tax relief for small businesses. In September, the Greek media say the government there will change its political approach in the economic aspect in response to the new situation created as a result of Russia's unprovoked attack on Ukraine.
Greece has raised wages twice this year, the first was announced last year in July and came into force in January of this year. It was about 2% and the minimum wage was 663 euros. A few months later, in May, this time there was a new increase of 7.5%, bringing the current minimum wage to 713 euros. The financial staff is said to be looking for additional fiscal space that would enable a further increase in the basic salary to 751 euros, which could help citizens.
This, dear citizens, is the government that thinks about the citizens.
In Albania the situation is quite different, quite gloomy. The government of the oligarchs, before taking the holidays, met urgently, making it a fait accompli that not the citizens, but the customers who are given the public tender with 99.9% of the limit fund, will be given a big chunk of 60 million additional euros for the increase of prices. Even to those who had violated the deadlines of the works.
Of course, he could not have this approach for pensioners and families in need (for those who are at work, he does not even think of coming to help). Pensioners with a pension of less than 150,000 lek and families with economic assistance have since June not even receiving the 30,000 lek that the government gave them as alms. For these, there is no urgency for the Sultan's government. Let them wait and let them depend on themselves, says this majority.
It is enough for the water to go to the canal of the oligarchs.
Kjo është qeveria jonë. Kjo është qeveria që çdo ditë shënon një hap pas.
Si para dhe pas pandemisë Shqipëria paraqitet me numrin më të lartë të familjeve në 9 vendet e Rajonit të Europës Juglindore që nuk kanë mundësi të kursejnë sipas anketës së Bankës Qendrore të Austrisë të vjeshtës 2021.
Sipas të dhënave e anketës, rreth 75 për qind e familjeve në Shqipëri nuk kanë plane për të kursyer pas krizës pandemike. Kjo tendencë mund të thellohet nga çmimet e larta pas luftës në Ukrainë. Por rreth 10 për qind e familjeve në Shqipëri kanë deklaruar se kanë plan të kursejnë më shumë se para pandemisë.