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Buxhuku: The theft that is being done to the citizens with the fuel, also exceeds the incinerators

Buxhuku: The theft that is being done to the citizens with the fuel, also

The General Administrator of Konfindustria, Gjergj Buxhuku, spoke about the business meeting with Prime Minister Rama and the concerns raised by the builders.

Buxhuku told Syri Tv that 3 are the main pillars of concerns that should have been resolved by the government years ago. According to Buxhuku, 2 of them are the state bureaucracies to install solar panels and the rampant thefts that are happening with fuel at retail treatment points.

Buxhuku: The three main pillars that we raised as concerns to be resolved should have been resolved years ago.

First, we raised the concern of the bureaucratic administrative obstacle for the installation of solar panels by industries, businesses, and citizens. A government decision made several years ago greatly hinders investment in solar panels. When the industries have their own financing without asking any help from the state, to produce energy from the panels for internal use, it is built by the bureaucratic fence which has limited them to the maximum. 

The second point is that there has been a lot of concern with the theft of citizens at retail gas stations. This present phenomenon has increased significantly. It is shameful that we are in the 21st century and we think of going towards Europe, going back to the time of the Ottoman Empire when it was stolen at gunpoint.

We see that there has been an increase in the theft of citizens at gas stations, where according to a rough estimate that we have made, it turns out that only 4-5% of the volumes of oil and gasoline are stolen, they are called as if they are thrown into the sabrator. For liquid gas, the situation is even more dramatic, where the figures go up to 12-13-14% that is stolen.

Referring to the annual turnover of fuel sales in the retail market is of the order of 1.5 billion per year, then we move to frightening figures that exceed even incinerators as they go to 70-80 million dollars per year, damaging the budget of the state but primarily the consumers' pockets.

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