The incumbent government of Kosovo has encountered evidence and data in public enterprises, which will be presented to the investigative bodies, said Prime Minister Albin Kurti.

During a video recording on Sunday afternoon, Kurti also said that the government has encountered “almost bandit practices outside of any minimum ethical standard that must necessarily prevail in public institutions.”

“Many tycoons in our country became such to a considerable extent by eroding the large deposit of public property built with the efforts of citizens or inherited from previous generations. Thus, thousands of contracts, millions of funds and the lack of loyalty of former public leaders created the conditions for the public services of these enterprises to receive blows every season until many of them were left without income and with difficulty to pay the workers themselves “, said Kurti.

Kurti’s full speech:

In advance, I would like to take this opportunity to thank on behalf of the Government of the Republic of Kosovo the workers and specialists of our public enterprises who are working and providing vital services to our country in these difficult times of COVID-19 pandemic.

The motive of this gratitude is undoubtedly related to their inalienable role, which, however, they have done in the protection of the enterprise where they are part of. Thanks to them, many companies, although orchestrated by former executives and senior managers, have not gone bankrupt.

Many tycoons in our country became such to a considerable extent by eroding the vast deposit of public property built with the toil of citizens or inherited from previous generations. Thus, thousands of contracts, millions of funds and the lack of loyalty of former public executives created the conditions for the public services of these companies to take blows every season until many of them were left without income and with difficulty to pay the workers themselves.

Our companies robbed them of business space, amassing often illegal profits from rigged tenders and harmful contracts, and creating the social impression that the public entity is unable to operate in market economy conditions.

As allegations of free competition are loudly heard, we are witnessing its use as an alibi to take the job from the public enterprise worker to turn it into a contract where the public enterprise always loses.

The same goes for human resource policy, where those who knew and dared were pushed to go out, surrender, passivate, or leave. In many cases, the demand for specialists has been silence and forced absence, as the potential product of their work has been calculated to be subcontracted from the outside. Thus, we have come to the situation where specialists in the field, mainly engineers and engineers of all fields, are found en masse outside public entities, depriving the public of the benefits of their knowledge and potential.

These have happened in Telekom, Posta, KEK, in almost all enterprises for water supply and sewerage, in Trepça, Infrakos, etc.

We are determined to turn public enterprises, according to their profile, from turning into seeking subsidies every month into organisms that produce added economic and public value.

Therefore, as we have presented very clearly, I believe that our government policy has been:

radical change in the way our companies run which provide vital services to our country

the removal of officials who, through their actions or silence, have tolerated such a devastating situation for public services and their finances.

Opening the way with temporary boards and new leaders to establish order, normal management practices and prepare the conditions for the recruitment of specialists who will guide them according to the full mandate.

In our action to achieve these goals, we encountered evidence and data which will undoubtedly be presented to the investigative bodies. We have also encountered almost bandit practices outside of any minimum ethical standard that must necessarily prevail in public institutions. These practices have been brutally expressed in recent days, as in the case of the former chief of Telecom, who together with unauthorized persons has terminated the work of the temporary board. Obstruction with methods of force or threat against the new leaders of the public enterprise is a case for law enforcement and justice.

Let no one and no one try to intimidate, let alone threaten new board members because it will face the force of law like never before.

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