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Expert: UNICEF pays Linda Rama for projects in Albania

Expert: UNICEF pays Linda Rama for projects in Albania

The economic policy expert, Brisida Shehaj, commented on the latest UNICEF report according to which 47 percent of Albanian children were malnourished.

Shehaj said on Syri TV for the first time that UNICEF pays in Albania, Linda Ramë, the wife of Edi Ramë, to do projects and determine where to invest.

I am glad that UNICEF has come up with the numbers, because this organization pays Linda Rama in Albania, to do the projects and to do this project of the sustainable economy in the country, which also determines the areas where it should be invested in this stable economy and the money is taken by Linda Rama, the prime minister's wife.

Regarding the World Bank, we have discussed these figures and information in these figures since 2020.

In an economy, these ministers, directors, and anyone else, when the analysis of economic growth was done, there were two areas; construction and energy. We were hostage to the rains, if energy and construction were to be produced. Today, another field has been introduced, which is the sale or purchase of real estate.

All these international institutions know very well that since 2015-16, this is the main area and this is the economic income that Albania has.

So we don't produce economy, we don't produce anything.

If the economic growth 3-4 percent depends on the energy sold, whether it rained or not, and the rest are investments in construction.

Albania, the opposition and everyone must get out of the complex of being 'fair' to the international institutions that destroyed it and are continuing to finance this criminalized government.

Now it has gone where it can no longer be hidden.

UNICEF pays the wife of the country's prime minister for projects. How can the wife of the country's prime minister take projects and talk about Albania, when it is her husband who determines the policies of this country.

Here everything is connected in clientelistic form. It has gone where it can't take anymore , said Brisida Shehaj.

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