Government refuses to discuss the Besa Trans and the Tetovo modular hospital’s accidents


The Government does not allow us to discuss the information about the traffic accident on the bus owned by Besa Trans and the accident in the modular hospital in Tetovo in which 60 people lost their lives, accused Halil Snopche, chairperson of the Standing Committee for Protection of Freedoms and Rights of Citizens.

“Unfortunately, the Government has decided not to come and provide a quorum so that there is no debate on points that affect human rights. The commission is dysfunctional due to a blockade by the Government. The Government is making a quorum when it comes to distributing tenders, borrowing and opening casinos, but not when we have to discuss the death of 60 victims,” said Snopche.


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