1- No budget, no work, no activities!
The State Ministry for Relations with the Parliament, without a budget, with a limited program and no activities, seems to have as its main work, congratulating the Parliament for the law it passes, be they to congratulate or not.
In the official website the Minsitry published a news on the discussion of the law on energy sector, held in 22 April. Expressing ‘’sympathy’’ and appreciation for this law and calling it one of the most important and radical reforms the Socialist Party has undertaken in our country since 2013.
In this news, the Ministry published several balances of the past, achieveing in the first quarter of 2015, balances through which Renaissance has brought according to them.
‘’In the first quarter of 2013 only 9.4 billion Leke were cashed in from this sector. In the first quarter of 2014, 11.4 billion leke were cashed, and since November 2014, when we announced this reform, in the first quarter of 2015, 19.7 billion leke were cashed!’’
But the Minsitry seems ‘’hypnotized by love’’ with the renaissance program, forgetting the increase in the energy prices, which brought polemics and discontent in the population, imprisonment of poor people for unpaid bills, as if they had the greatest effect in the balances. Above all, forgetting to judge the rich ones, who were forgotten and left untouched and who continue to misuse electricity at the expense of the rest of the population. What if we conduct another balance where everyone, withut any social differences, were to abide by the law of the energy sector?!
The Minsitry during April had a complete lack of activities. Not ignoring the fact that the ministry with a lack of budget can not be active, April found the Minister and her cabinet calmer than last month. If from January until March, she held meetings with ambassadors and representatives of other countries in line with the European integration program, this month there was a lack of ‘’chit-chat meetings’’. Keeping in mind its program, aside from the EU integration division, that has a clear action plan and objectives, European Albania in the region and the world as well as Rule of Law and democratization that are part of the rpogram, do not have any actino plan or foreseen activities, while the preamble expresses all the objectives, visions and issues upon which the whole government acts. As a result , we can conclude that aside from not having a budget or a concrete work plan and no activities to support the relations between the Parliament and government, this Ministry is not justifying its existence. An alternative would be its transfer under the Prime Minsiter’s Office. Relations between the Parliament and the Government can very well be managed by a Directory in the Prime Minister’s office.
Ligji per energjine elektrike