MJAFT: 80% der Bevölkerung haben kein Wasser und Albaner haben 4 x mehr Wasser zur Verfügung, als Europäer
Proteste, weil der Staat vollkommen versagt, die Wasser Systeme und die Infrastruktur zu schützen. Illegale Wasser Entnahmen, durch Mafia Banden mit ihren illegalen Bauten zerstören jede Art von Wasser System und der Staat macht Nichts dagegen.
80% der Albaner haben keine Trink Wasser mehr lt. Bericht der Weltbank bzw. 90% Im Kosovo lt. UN Bericht.
Via this e-mail we would like to inform you that on Monday (August 28) at 12.00 MJAFT Movement will conduct a protest in front of the Ministry of the Public Affairs, Transports and Telecommunications.
(We would also like to apologize for sending yesterday an email with some mistakes in information regarding the date of the protest).
The reasons why we decided to undertake such a public initiative, as you all are experiencing, are innumerable.
80% of the Albanian households are facing shortages of water supply (according to the Report of the World Bank “Albania- Water supply and Sanitation Sector Strategy, Tirana 2003”).
Hundreds of young and old people are referred to the health care centers as a result of the consumption of not chlorinated drinking water, (according to official information sources from the Universal Health Care Centre “Mother Tereza” July-August 2006.
The reason: The drinking water and the sewage system in Albania is totally worn out, defective and not at all effective (World Bank, Albania – Water Supply and sanitation Sector Strategy, 2003).
This year the Albanian tourism was gravely affected by the shortages of drinking water supply (Top Channel, August 2006).
The institutions have totally failed to prevent the direct damage that is continuously done to the water supply system at national level. Moreover a lot more damage caused by the discriminate use of the natural water supply in the country is not prevented, on the contrary, it is stimulated. (Weekly Newspaper ABC, August 19, 2006, Editorial)
If all these problems were seriously analyzed then the solution to the problem would be found.
It is absurd the fact that although the water abundantly runs in the water pipes for 24 hours per day and the water consumption measures up to 500l/ capita per day compared to the 120l/capita in other European countries (according to the World Bank), the vast majority of the people lack drinking water.
The reason: The water pumped abusively by citizens who illegally get it out of the central tubes reduces the quantity of the drinking water in our houses.
The reason is obvious and the solution to the problem would be the implementation of the metering system accompanied by the water rate that would reflect the real cost of the consumption, yet no concrete steps!
Try to remember how many years have passed by…yet the situation has not been solved…
In the mean time, tend to listen to the promises made by the governors. Don’t you think that their glossary comprises only demagogies, offensive and denigrating verbal attacks against particular individuals?
Have you ever heard the word ‘water’ among the tiring word phrases that they articulate in front of the TV cameras?
Yes of course, but only when they promise the “earthly paradise” like this one:
“From Velipoja to Ksamil there will not have shortages of electric power during the tourists’ season. The Ministry of the Public Affairs should urgently put into practice all the projects concerning the works on water supply system in the resorts from Velpoja to Ksamil including Pogradec and other resorts. The objective is: These areas should have running water for 24 hours per day by late 2006” (Sali Berisha, January 19, 2006).
The Ministry of the Public Affairs, Transports and the Telecommunications has not taken concrete measures yet in order to change this situation.
Thus, if you, too, feel offended and want to reacted, join us in the protest that will take place on Monday, August 28, at 12:0 in front of the comfort offices of the Ministry.
ALBANIA IS THIRSTY!
LEAVE A SING IN THE HISTORY, GET INVOLVED!