Basha anti-mafia law for businessmen!

Basha anti-mafia law for businessmen!

The leader of the Democratic Party, Lulzim Basha told Ilva Now in Euronews Albania that the DP has ready the anti-mafia law which will make it possible to address all concessions or corrupt tenders.

Basha explained that the subject of this law will be two types, will be officials of every level, from the first of the government to the simplest that is involved in abusive public contracts and private persons or companies that are abusive beneficiaries of public funds .

According to him, the purpose of this law, which as he said will be the first to be approved in the assembly once his government comes to power, is to return to the Albanians the money that was unjustly stolen from them through corrupt affairs. .

"The ultimate goal is to return the stolen money to the citizens. This is the law that makes it possible. There is no darker year than this, when in times of a mafia pandemic in cooperation with the government the Albanians steal, there is not, although every day we call on SPAJK to investigate. Business will also be included in the anti-mafia law.

The anti-mafia law that will take effect in the first month of my government, the first law that we will pass in parliament. "If we do not stop these billions of euros that are flowing away, we cannot reduce taxes, pay salaries and pensions", said the leader of PD.

Asked if this law would penalize honest business, the leader of the Democrats said that this law would improve the business climate, as according to him it makes it impossible to compete without competition.

"One of the effects of this law is the prevention of corruption. It will be thought 2-3 times every official to get his hands on the state budget.

The anti-mafia law is not about the prison, it is about the money stolen from the Albanians. The court will make the decision, but the process will start from the government, with a director or the Minister of Anti-Corruption, the investigation will be done by the prosecution and the court will make the decision ", explained Mr. Basha.