• April 21, 2021
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Cracking Of The Streets, Rama In Defense Of Salillari: Witch Hunt, No One Is An Angel

Prime Minister Edi Rama was asked about the cracks in the road axes in recent days due to heavy rain, where some of them were projects in the hands of the company “Salillari”.

Rama said that these accusations should first be investigated, while he describes the attack as a witch hunt. He has demanded that this not be done with companies that have employed many people.

Edi Rama: I consider it inappropriate to attack companies in the absence of analysis, because it could be a way done today and for reasons that are not related at all to the work of the company but in terms of a geological movement that may be the point that spills the cube we are saying from erosion in a certain area there may be cracks, just as against may be the causal company.

It takes analysis to get the camera on a slippery slope and banging the company on the head with a stick holds more of a fine wind than a journalistic wind. My suggestion is simply modesty, do not hunt witches with companies, with people who employ thousands of people, with people who contribute.

Prime Minister Edi Rama was asked about the cracks in the road axes in recent days due to heavy rain, where some of them were projects in the hands of the company “Salillari”.

Rama said that these accusations should first be investigated, while he describes the attack as a witch hunt. He has demanded that this not be done with companies that have employed many people.

Edi Rama: I consider it inappropriate to attack companies in the absence of analysis, because it could be a way done today and for reasons that are not related at all to the work of the company but in terms of a geological movement that may be the point that spills the cube we are saying from erosion in a certain area there may be cracks, just as against may be the causal company.

It takes analysis to get the camera on a slippery slope and banging the company on the head with a stick holds more of a fine wind than a journalistic wind. My suggestion is simply modesty, do not hunt witches with companies, with people who employ thousands of people, with people who contribute.
(OraNews)