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No Free Speech in Kosovo?

The corrupt leaders are using the police to arrest anyone who speaks out against the Police now. What is EULEX doing in Kosovo when they are letting this sort of thing happen on a daily basis. Instead of spreading so called ‘rule of law’, they are turning a blind eye to the criminal activities of the government and letting Kosovo slide into a Police State run by a Dictator who continues to arrest opposition party members and their supporters.


By order of the clan,  the police retaliate Dardan Molliqaj, after he criticised the police.
Today, during the hours of the morning, Kosovo police have raided the home of the secretary of Vetevendosjë Party, Mr. Dardan Molliqaj.
This is the revenge of the unjust leaders of police, after a series of conferences, where Mr. Molliqaj spoke in public and criticised the Kosovo police for their constant aggression against the Vetevendosjë politicians and members.

The commands to the police come from the very top and this raid reaffirms that Kosovo police has turned into an institution of crime agains the opposition party.

These acts, are proof that authoritarianism has been installed into Kosovo by the corrupt government to control the opposition.

Such examples are turning Kosovo into the  pre-war years when the police were not looking after the safety of the citizens but the oppression of their own. Kosovo police  are terrorising activists and Vetevendosjë politicians. They are aiming to spread panic in people, in a moment when the anger of the citizens towards this government is greater than ever before.

Vetevendosjë won’t ever be able to accept these paramilitary acts of heads of police of Kosovo. These acts we reconfirm that the fight against crime and corruption in Kosovo can only be done only through civil resistance and never through this system, in which there is no justice. We invite the members of the Kosovo police to restrain from criminal leadership of this body, and to engage in defence of the people, not against it.


Friends of Kosovo



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