At the weekly meeting with the coordinators of Co-Government, Prime Minister Edi Rama acknowledged that there is still work to do to improve public administration.

He went on to announce that 600 administration employees have been dismissed from duty following complaints received from citizens via the platform of co-governance.

“There are about 600 individuals, from employees of the office engaged in contact with the citizens right up to the leaders of these offices, who have been removed because they were not worthy of serving the citizens.

Under the framework of the fight against corruption, the Task Force chaired by Justice Minister Etilda Gjonaj has issued 7 disciplinary measures at Tirana's Regional Environmental Agency.

30 thousand out of 41,000 complaints have been solved after being lodged via the online portal titled, "The Albania We Want”.

/Ora News.tv/