n the early years of liberation, construction activity in the city of Kavaja, as in all Albania, was dictated by the avoidance of the effects of the war on the architecture and urban planning fund.
Immediately after its entry into force, the new government hastily undertook a series of measures of a political, economic and administrative nature.
In the wake of a war-torn economy and a modern-day construction legacy, the Soviet-style Stalinist model of government began expropriation reforms.
From the very beginning, following the adoption of the Constitution, in March 1946, the Albanian Communist Party put forward the building of socialism in Albania.
With the new law on confiscation of private property and property and the extraordinary tax on war profits beginning in January 1945, all property without property became socialist state property.