Prime Minister Edi Rama has made it clear to the ministers that if there is no reaction on their part after the recommendations of the Public Procurement Agency for problematic tenders, he will take them to the SPAK.
“In a short time, not long, this state to move to another level of the level of Public Procurement, in the first place guaranteeing that every institution functions as a link, not as a flag, and thus functioning, functions as part of a chain where communication must be 100% guaranteed. The recommendations of the PPA are neither in the Bible nor in the Qur’an, although these still eat up their discussions among the believers, but as if in a single case the recommendations fall on a deaf ear so that there is no answer at all, you say that this PPA closes the letters in bottles and throws them in the sea, any such case will go to the SPAK by the prime minister, then whether this issue is intentional or ignorant then there are investigations. There are some achievable objectives, that deadlines are indisputable. “Avoiding the criteria for hand stitches that restrict competition with the legal package has enabled it to be addressed efficiently, withdrawals from the competition, rotations in bidding, fictitious bids must be taken to take administrative investigations”, said Rama.