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The Democratic Party has reacted after the scandal of the sale of oxygen cylinders by the person in charge of storage, in Kavaja Hospital.
In a statement to the media, former MP Oriola Pampuri says that this comes as a result of party appointments.
" We are in front of the Kavaja Hospital, where the case of Mensur Shtylla, the nephew of the former director of Kavaja, Përparim Dahiu, was denounced, who appoints his nephew instead of the retired oxygenist, in violation of the law, which prohibits the headlines to appoint their relatives to the place where they work ", says the former MP.
We are in front of the Kavaja Hospital, where the case of Mensur Shtylla, nephew of the former director of Kavaja, Përparim Dahiu, was denounced, who appoints his nephew instead of the retired oxygenist, in violation of the law, which prohibits the head of appoint their relatives to the place where they work.
Mensur Shtylla sold oxygen outside the hospital premises to the Halle people, the impossible people. And this is the scandal which exposed the ugly propaganda of Edi Rama and Ogerta Manastirliu. He pointed out the complete failure of the health system, highlighted what they sell from morning to night, propaganda with fictitious competitions and of course what is missing, the lack of meritocracy, in all systems already.
Albania, a country where there is a high number of unemployment, a country where the cost of living has increased, a country where the number of people in extreme poverty is high, a country where in the face of all this is the paradox of some ministers who dine at extreme prices, in luxury restaurants in Dubai.
Albania, which deserves a prime minister who works for the Albanians, to stand by the Albanians, today has a failed prime minister, there is a prime minister who failed every system, including his biggest failure, the health system.