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Rain protest in front of the Prime Minister for the price of bread and basket: Rama reflected on energy, but there is more

Rain protest in front of the Prime Minister for the price of bread and basket:

Citizens have started protesting in front of the Prime Minister's Office against the price increase. The rain has not stopped the citizens who with a slogan are holding a peaceful protest without causing incidents. This is the second protest to oppose the increase in the prices of bread, fuel and basket products, as the salaries of Albanians cannot afford them.

Messages from protesters:

"The prime minister reflected on electricity, but that is not enough. Today we are also for the price of bread, basket food, fuel, but also to raise the voice for meritocracy, for social justice and to demand that in this country end the protracted transition where Albanians are divided into two camps. Any citizen who feels he should protest, let him do it. The mission we must have is for citizens to react for themselves.

We can not say how successful this will be, but we have a first success, electricity will not increase for families and businesses. How successful it will be, I do not know, but in my hand I have my sincere effort. "Citizens learn this great lesson and politics put their finger on it."

Rain protest in front of the Prime Minister for the price of bread and basket:

"It is the atmospheric conditions that have affected, but it is still early. I hope they unite. One of the points we think was reflected is the price of electricity. We protest for the basket foods that have all grown.

For the price of fuel. These are the main points that affect the life of every Albanian. "Here we are today at 17:00 and these will continue until that point, when our points will be met".

Rain protest in front of the Prime Minister for the price of bread and basket:

"We had three requests. One had to do with food, energy, oil and gas. The Prime Minister reflected on the second point, but did not say anything about other foods that have been grown, bread, milk and eggs. Macedonia has 5% food tax, Kosovo 10% and only we have 20%. They should reflect in this direction "

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