Finally, after about two weeks, the Minister of Interior, Sander Lleshaj, who from army general has become a “top sergeant” of the Socialist Party, has reacted after the continuous denunciations of CNA.al regarding a luxury vehicle bought by the Police of State for the Minister of Interior, with a value reported to us, about 100 million Lek.
Lleshaj reacted with a language that doesn’t suits neither with the most ordinary army captain, and even from the mouth of the most incompetent policeman. Perhaps it reacted immerse in the luxury of the BMW or villas in the Lalzi Bay who never declared.
But instead of answering for the scandal, Mr. Lleshaj tried to lie. First, CNA.al has never said that the vehicle is owned by him. But, we have addressed official letters to the State Police and the General Directorate of Road Transport. We have emphasized in every article that this vehicle was purchased by the State Police, for the Contact Officer at our Embassy in Germany, and was taken into use by Sander Lleshaj.
Furthermore, the vehicle circulates with fake license plates and without insurance. According to Lleshaj, the vehicle does not cost either 100 million Lek or 150.000 euros. Never and under no circumstances CNA.al didn’t say that the vehicle costs 150.000 euros.
We have said 100 million Lek. This value has been close to the values given in the market by the BMW model with which it moves. While today Lleshaj said that the vehicle was bought for 49.000 euros, but without showing the purchase invoices and VAT paid at customs.
Mr. Lleshaj should know that almost 50.000 euros are at least 60 million Lek.
And the value of the car increases by at least 25% if the value includes customs clearance costs and other additional costs for its import from Germany, taxes, insurance, etc. Since Lleshaj doesn’t want 100 million but almost 70 million Lek for the car, we are telling him that this is worth as much as four or five respirators, or 2-3 houses, according to state values, for the citizen who are living in tents due to the earthquake.
For the sake of accuracy, we are reiterating that we have addressed the State Police, which for two weeks has not been giving us the documents in total violation of the law. As the General Directorate of Road Transport lied, by not making the data available to us and calling it a personal car, the vehicle used by the minister.
We have said this to Mr.Lleshaj and we are repeating it. In times of pandemics and disasters from the earthquake, the state cannot buy a car that costs 50.000 euros. The essence is not the value, but the false procedure and license plates.
The “captain” should know very well that there is no misinformation or public misinformation. He must issue a statement to the media, issue documents and indicate for whom this vehicle was purchased. Why does the vehicle circulate with fake license plates? Why is he not insured and why were 60 million spent, he says, at the height of the pandemic, on the minister’s luxury?
The car of the Minister of Interior, and those used by the State Police are two different cases. The police may need cars worth as much as 100 or 200 million Lek, and the Minister of Interior doesn’t need such a luxury at the height of such an economic crisis that the country is going through.
“Captain” Lleshaj must know and be clear, that there is no intimidation or blackmail against him, and he must understand once and for all that such answers, with a threatening language don’t scare anyone. Regardless of whether or not he makes these statements from the villa hidden in Lalzi Bay or from his luxury BMW, “Captain” Lleshaj, the man who failed to head the security in the country must understand that no one has muddied him.
We had simply and only told the truth. Lleshaj bought a luxury vehicle in pandemic times.
It is not cost 100 million but 60 million Lek and more, it circulates with fake license plates and without insurance. And that is the truth.
And if this it is to be revealed by the media and the most peripheral country in Europe, in such a scandal the Interior Minister would at least have to resign and apologize publicly. Only yesterday on one of the national roads of Albania two girls were killed, and two are in serious condition because the driver was drunk and the police did not look anywhere.
And instead of dealing with this tragic event, “Captain” Lleshaj finds courage and reacts with threats by blackmailing the media. Behaving like a political charlatan in the hope that we will stop to uncover the truth of the car used by him, where complexed and in pain for discovering the truth, after two weeks he does not clarify but accuses.
He has been doing this since the day he went to the minister’s office. Sandri is upset by his luxury car this morning, seeing dreams in the villa in Lalzi Bay and has come out attacking the media, which tell the truth. Mr. Lleshaj unfortunately became a “captain” from a general.
Shamefully you are one of the many political miserable, that are trying to hide behind the attacks. But, you can’t put the car in your pocket, not even 50.000 euros.
Neither the false plates can be hidden, nor the missing vehicle insurance, or the VAT unpaid. All these are facts and not in court, but even if you go behind the Moon, we will come there and stand in front of you and dirty faces like you, who with the taxes of the Albanians are squandered in luxury day and night and then accuse the media of the painful truth that they tell.
Mr.”Captain” don’t bother. Take it easy and relax. The results of the first 6 months of this year are fantastic. Both in crime and in accidents, even though Albania was closed for three months. But we are telling a public truth. Although your attacks, for us there is no “mother man or son of a bitch”, as Edi Rama says, to intimidate or come to hold us accountable.
The account is with the vehicle you are using, the scandal is with the luxury BMW.
The scandal is at the door of the State Police, and explain to the Albanians why this vehicle was bought with such a value, and why the Minister of Interior should keep such a car, worth 60 million Lek, when Albania has no respirators, and Albanians are sleeping in tents behind catastrophic earthquake of November 26, 2019. Success in your life Mr.”Captain”!/ CNA.al
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