Hoti raises the alarm about the lack of capital investments, calls for a review of fiscal policies
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The former Prime Minister of Kosovo, Avdullah Hoti, declares that the capital investments in the country have been halved during the Kurti Government. While, as for the Law on the Minimum Salary that was considered as successful by the government, Hoti says that this salary had to be reviewed, so that, according to him, it adapts to the inflation that has prevailed in the country in recent years. The current minimum salary in Kosovo for employees over 35 years old is 170 euros, while employees under 35 years old have a minimum salary of 130 euros.

The LDK MP, in an interview for KosovaPress, criticized the current government for the lack of fiscal policies, so that businesses can face inflation.

This government, according to Hoti, also had delays in the investment of capital projects.

As he says that the capital investments in Kosovo, at the central level, have been halved, he adds that the data show that a significant part of the capital expenditures goes to capital investments.

The former Minister of Finance, Hoti, has also emphasized that the data show that a significant part of capital expenditures goes to advances for capital investments.

He also added that the capital investments have been halved, but even with these capital investments that are happening, they are half less than those of the previous governments.

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