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  • Res Publica announces: Tales From the Region #4

    Res Publica announces: Tales From the Region #4

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The pandemic marked its first anniversary a few weeks ago. Covid-19 exposed systemic problems in the health system of Kosovo and other institutional branches.

Arber Fetahu

Apart from a few isolated attempts, most people are not filing complaints to institutions and are not asking for accountability. They do not even accept the opportunities for inoculation they are offered, as rare as they may be.

Vanja Stokić

Nowhere in the world have Commissions such as this existed to establish "historical truths", especially not "truths" about the medieval history, because that would turn them into censorship bodies.

Ognen Vangelov and Ljupcho Risteski
Goran Cherkez: Immunization is just the beginning of the end of the COVID-19 crisis
Igor Radev: Bulgaria tends to suffocate us in a “hug” – the tighter it is, the harder we pull away
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At the Bottom of the Balkans: Kosovo’s Bumpy Road in Securing Vaccines
Political wrangling instead of vaccines
Most countries struggle with the immunization process, hoping that the vaccination will begin soon. In "Tales from the Region #4" we address the challenges related to mass immunization faced by the Balkan countries.