Dimitrieska-Kochoska: Young people constantly see injustice, crime and corruption, which is why they leave the country


For the past six years, young people in Macedonia have constantly seen injustices related to crime and corruption, and this creates dissatisfaction among them and they want to move out en masse, and the government sells them stories that a 24-year-old anonymous can buy an entire business center in the strict center of the capital, pointed out vice president of VMRO-DPMNE Gordana Kochoska-Dimitrieska in a press briefing on Saturday.

In addition to the made up data on the living standard, according to Kochoska-Dimitrieska, another thing that frustrates young people in the country is, for instance, how the money from the Innovation Fund is distributed, where there are increasingly frequent examples of corruption and crime.


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