How ready are we to pay taxes to the state? How is the process of the installation of these cash registers going? How much does this process cost the state of Kosovo and how much has it cost in the region? What are the reactions of businesses and consumers to the installation of the fiscal cash registers? Who will observe the process of the installation of fiscal cash registers?
Does the Tax Administration of Kosovo have the capacity to manage this process? What do the company representatives who have won the tender for the installation say and what do businesses say?
To discuss these issues, the guests of Muhamet Hajrullahu in the studio will be:
Behxhet Haliti, Head of the Tax Administration of Kosovo ;
Driton Shuki, General Director of GEKOS Company ;
Lumir Abdixhiku, Executive Director in the RIINVEST Institute ;
Ramiz Kelmendi, Owner of ELKOS company ;
Shyqiri Bytyqi, Tax Advisor ;
During the programme, BIRN will also transmit a report from the journalist Artan Haracia on the government reshuffle.
Journalist Edona Musa reports on how the Municipality of Prishtina is not respecting the decisions of the municipal court.
In the “Justice in Kosovo”section, researcher Isa Gacaferi discusses whether there will be a raise of judges’ salaries in January 2011 on the basis of a parliamentary bill. Reasercher Faton Ademi also talks about the publication of a list of officials suspected of corruption.
Finally, the “Week’s Highlight”section, prepared by the journalist Petrit Collaku, looks at “The Days of Pride”, an event organised by war veterans to remember the martyrs of the Pristina region.
Life in Kosovo is a co-production between Kosovo Public Television, RTK and the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network, BIRN. It is broadcast every Thursday, starting at 20:20.