Rama: We have a communist board, but we need it
Prime Minister Edi Rama in his speech to the Assembly said that the Board is communist, but nevertheless added that the state can not control prices by force in a market economy and is necessary.
"Yesterday the government fell in Bulgaria. One was about Macedonia taking hostage to integration. The second was that Bulgaria no longer has lek. This was the second part of the sentence. Well, the situation is dramatic everywhere. If you want politics here, do it, but if you want to contribute, do it. But do not say that we set the ceiling the highest price. We do not put a high ceiling on fuel. A ceiling is placed over which he can not go. Everyone can decide for less. We are not communism but market economy. We have a communist board. 100% Communist Board. It's very out of the ordinary. "But we need it," Rama said.