Crises, including the current price increase, have one thing in common: emptying the pockets of the poor and filling the wallets of the richest. And, as the gap between rich and poor deepens, another class, which remains fragile in Albania, is critically challenged.
Former Finance Minister and professor Anastas Angjeli shows the path to be taken in order to protect the country’s middle class.
Angjeli also underlines the significance of the middle class, particularly in developing nations such as Albania.
Although there is no clear definition of the middle class in the country, it is defined as a segment of society with above-average earnings, primarily from the professions of doctor, lawyer, engineer, or trader.