In more than 41% of the controlled activities in the month of July, as part of the anti-informal operation, violations were found.
The data were released by the director of the Albanian Tax Office, Delina Ibrahimaj: the latter, in her speech, stated that the investigative lens of anti-informal operations in July mainly focused on large companies, especially in the hydrocarbon, construction and hotel sectors.
In this sense, on the evening of the first day of August, the Taiwan complex was temporarily closed in the heart of Tirana due to the failure to release tax receipts. This violation was found for the second time in the complex and, for this reason, it was temporarily closed for 30 days.
Delina Ibrahimaj's statements
"For specific reasons of the tourist session, the monitoring structures in the territory have checked 1933 activities finding 803 violations of the tax legislation. We have identified and are continuing to monitor accommodation unit records, employee statements and compliance with other legal obligations to establish fair competition rules for all.
In July, the tax investigation sent the attorney more than 30 files, mainly concerning large companies operating in the construction and hydrocarbon sectors.
The operational plan will continue to crack down on illegal activity in the hydrocarbon sector, where in-depth fiscal controls are needed to identify, prevent and combat tax evasion and document forgery.
As for the fuel tax system, following the results of the fiscal investigation that ended with the arrest of two people, from today the tax office will continue inspections in the activities that trade hydrocarbons in order to verify compliance with their tax obligations.
[...] The entire operational plan aims to formalize the Albanian economy so that consumers' money goes towards improving the services available to them such as investments in education, health, public infrastructure and not in the pockets of abusive companies, which undermine fair competition and prosperity."- said Delina Ibrahimaj
Edi Rama: zero tolerance against squatters
"The invasion of public beaches and the confusion in the administration of the beaches and of the coastal area as a whole by the local units must end.
The battle of the state police and the central inspectorate, since the beginning of July, is positively affecting the situation, but it is not enough. For autumn in parliament, the new law for the defense and administration of the coast by the state.
This national wealth belongs to the people and the holidays belong to the people, not to the abusers of each category: from the traders who do not issue tax receipts, to the local government units that instead of being at the service of tourists and country, become harmful for this last.
#ZeroTolleranza against abusers is not an election campaign motto, but the new government line #finoallafine in every direction. " - reads the post published on Facebook by Prime Minister Edi Rama.
Pushtimi i plazheve publike dhe rrumpalla në administrimin e plazheve e të territorit bregdetar në tërësi nga njësitë vendor, duhet të marrë fund👎Beteja e Policisë së Shtetit dhe inspektoriateve qendrore, qysh nga fillimkorriku, po ndikon në përmirësimin e situatës, por nuk mjafton😴 Nē vjeshtë në Kuvend, LIGJI I RI pēr mbrojtjen dhe administrimin and Vijës Bregdetare nga shteti⚖️Kjo pasuri kombëtare i takon POPULLIT dhe pushimet u takojnë njerëzve, jo abuzuesve të çdo kategorie; nga tregtarët qē nuk lëshojnë kuponat, tek harbutët që zaptojnë plazhet dhe deri tek zyrtarucë shtetërorë e pushtetarë vendorë, të cilët në vend të detyrës ndaj vendit dhe pushuesve, u bëjnë qoka dëmtuesve and zhurmuesve🤮 # ZeroTolerancë🤜ndaj abuzuesve nuk është motion fushate, po linja e re e qeverisjes # DerinëFund dhe në çdo drejtim👊
Placed by Edi Rama op Zondag 4 augustus 2019