By Mentor Kikia*
President of the Republic Ilir Meta reappeared with a call “to return hope to the
youth, who are still fleeing, or are waiting for every opportunity to flee from the country”. Undoubtedly, the departure of young people and Albanians in general, from their land, is a drama of historical proportions that is happening to this country.
But the question is:How can hope be restored to this country? How can we convince the youth to stay here? How can we persuade nurses to not run away, and engineers too? Can this happen with calls, speeches, government or parliament decisions? Definitely not.
No one will return from the street if someone in the office says to him:Hey you, go home, do not leave, because we are bringing you hope in Albania. The hope comes only with a revival of faith to work and live normally in this country.
And this not happens when one government is replaced by another government, but one way of governing is replaced with another. It comes when one political class is replaced by another, and not when a corrupt political caste gives way to another equally corrupted caste.
The hope comes when will eradicate the corruption that has affected every cell of the economy and the state, that sends our tax money to the coffers of bastard rulers and entrepreneurs.
When bayraktarism is uprooted from the philosophy of running the country. This will release new energies in the economy, will lead the taxes of the citizens where they should, in investments and increase of welfare, and not in the pockets of the oligarchs. Then yes, the hope can be resurrected!
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