Minister tells reporter: We are not at school to tell you how much we get paid


Deputy Prime Minister Artan Grubi complained that, despite the increase, his salary is still low. The reporters insisted, but he did not say the amount, although, according to the calculations, it amounts to 125 thousand denars. Grubi pointed out that the decision of the Constitutional Court is in order.
At the insistence of the reporters that all those present at the press conference reveal their salary, there was a reaction from Minister Kreshnik Bekteshi.
“We are not at school to tell you, you need to ask the Government and they will tell you,” said Bekteshi.
Minister Besimi only said that 1,600 officials will have increased salaries. Officials received higher salaries by almost 1,000 euros.

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