Albaner Vandalen zerstörten die einzige Maut Stelle des Landes, was die dümmste Mafia kontrolliert

Posted on März 31, 2018 von

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5 € für eine Fahrt auf der teuersten Autobahn im Süd Balkan, ist wohl ein sehr geringer Preis, trotzdem werden die „Geschäfte“ der Albaner Mafia damit behindert, obwohl es auch eine Landstrasse gibt, wo man die Maut Stelle umfahren kann. Die Nord Albaner, vor allem Kukes, Puke, Tropoje gelten allgemein als Idioten, als „Menschen ohne Kultur“, randalieren halt mal wieder inklusive Zerstörung, wenn man nicht ausgelastet ist mit den Traditionellen Raubzügen nach Europa, oder in die total zerstört!

Albania demonstrators clash with police in road toll row


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Benet Koleka

TIRANA (Reuters) – A big crowd angered by new charges on the main artery linking 7Albania to Kosovo pelted police with stones and set the toll booths on fire on Saturday, television images showed.

People protest on the Durres-Kukes highway in Kalimash near Kukes, Albania, March 31, 2018. REUTERS/Stringer
Thousands of residents of the northern town of Kukes had converged on the area to demand the scrapping of the tolls. The government said on Thursday that lower charges would be set for frequent users.

“This is theft,” an angry protester told reporters.

“This tax damages all the Albanians in Kukes and Dardania (Kosovo),” opponents said of the fees, ranging from 2.5 euros for a motorcycle to 22.5 euros ($27.72) for heavy trucks.

Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama said the violence against property and police would be punished.

“The violators and those who inspired them should stop thinking they will triumph over the law,” Rama said.

Earlier this week when the tolls were imposed, Kosovo truckers emblazoned their vehicles with banners saying that, in effect, a new border had been imposed on the road meant to unite Albania and the mainly ethnic Albanian Kosovo.

Protesters set toll booths on fire on the Durres-Kukes highway in Kalimash near Kukes, Albania, March 31, 2018. REUTERS /Stringer
Kosovo Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj said the tolls were “excessive”.

Work on the road, which crosses mountainous terrain, is not completely finished and Rama said those who used it should pay.

Opposition Democratic Party leader Lulzim Basha said taxpayers already paid a road tax.

($1 = 0.8116 euros)

Reporting By Benet Koleka; Editing by Andrew Bolton

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