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The Electoral Code prohibits salary and pension increases 4 months before the elections, Rama seriously violates the electoral law. He gives pensioners 5,000 ALL on the eve of May 14, promises for the administration as well
Written by SOT.COM.AL 29 Mars 2023
Prime Minister Rama violates the Electoral Code. 50 days before the elections, the government decides to give 5,000 ALL as compensation to pensioners. The Electoral Code defines in its article 91 that in a period of 4 months before the elections, decisions with financial effects such as salary and pension increases, changes in fiscal policies, as well as unforeseen investments in the state budget are prohibited.
"Four months before the date of the elections until the formation of the new government after the elections, it is forbidden to propose, approve or issue legal or by-law acts, which provide for the granting of benefits to certain categories of the population, such as acts that provide for salary increases , pensions, economic or social support, the reduction or abolition of taxes, the establishment of fiscal amnesties, the privatization or awarding of assets or rewards, etc., except when the initiative is conditioned by a state of natural disaster", it is stated in point 4 of article 91 of the Electoral Code .
The Prime Minister did not stop there, but also promised to increase salaries in the administration. He announced that the government plans to increase salaries, with the aim that over two years the average salary will reach 900 euros.
"These are all issues and commitments that were taken one day at a time and have nothing to do with the Code and the elections. We respect the deeds we have done, but it does not prevent us from rewarding the pensioners."
The Prime Minister did not give an answer when asked by journalists if he knows about the delay in the decree by the President of Vlora Hysen as the new head of SHISH or about the investigations into the former Deputy Prime Minister Arben Ahmetaj.
"I have neither the desire nor the need nor the time to deal with these local rumours."