”Albania today has one of the most powerful gas pipelines in Europe. Albania can receive up 700 million cubic meters of gas. Albania is the sunniest country, it can build solar panels anywhere. We will not flood Dibra. I appeal to the people of Dibra, wherever they are, to protect the Drini Valley and not allow the construction of Skavica, Dibra cannot disappear”.
Sali Berisha also addressed to the abuse of tenders.
According to him, high corruption in the government has inflated the prices for the construction of public works in Albania.
The construction of a field road, without major works, in Albania costs €30 million per kilometer, while for road extensions, it costs up to €24 million per kilometer.
”The state has turned into a terrible machine for stealing citizens. Is it possible for a Prime Minister to sign €420 million for waste incinerators and there are no incinerators working today?
And he says: Yes, that's how I sign, on the spot.
Those millions and billions belong to the people. When you sign like that, you steal.
That's why Albanians leave the country”.