THE SUFFERING OF RETURNEES

Čavka warns: Only 28 first-graders are enrolled in Srebrenica

We have too many enemies to be our own enemies, said the vice president of the Alliance for a Better Future

N. Aj.

Admir Čavka. Archive

The vice-president of the Alliance for a Better Future of B&H, Admir Čavka, said that the information that only 28 students enrolled in the first grade of primary school in Srebrenica passed completely unnoticed.

- This news is a real defeat for all of us who are fighting to survive in the area of smaller B&H entity, ie all of us who live at home and whose children go to school in the area of smaller B&H entity - said Čavka.

He added that this year will be a record low number of children enrolled in the first grades of primary school in RS. Čavka points out that dozens of schools in smaller Bosnia and Herzegovina entity will be closed this year.


What awaits us in the future

- The number of students enrolled in the first grade of primary school will probably be below nine thousand. This is a statistical error. This is the best indicator of the current situation in the entire area of smaller Bosnia and Herzegovina entity. Because of this, we are presented with various non-peppers every day, which serve exclusively to divert attention from essential topics - said Čavka.

Čavka adds that the returnee population is living harder and harder. According to Čavka, systemic discrimination, wrong policy from Sarajevo, lack of support for sustainable return are main reasons for this. All this led to the fact that a huge number of returnees left their homes again after their return and found happiness far from B&H.

- The average age of Bosniaks in RS is over 60 years. We must ask ourselves what kind of future awaits us in the coming years. All this is well known to all of us who live at home, in the area of smaller Bosnia and Herzegovina entity. Every trip to a third country of our fellow citizens is well felt, as well as their deaths - said Čavka.


Political exhibitions

Čavka is convinced that there are forces among returnees that can change the current catastrophic situation, but the approach to solving this problem must change. SBB, led by party president Fahrudin Radončić, each time supported a gathering of pro-Bosnian forces in the smaller B&H entity without any conditions, only for the purpose of survival in the RS.

- However, the fact is that the coalitions served only for pre-election purposes, in order to grab positions after the elections. Due to such political exhibitions, we have 28 children enrolled in the first grade of primary school. We need unity built on patriotic principles that will implement everything that is agreed in advance. Therefore, it is very positive that they are working on gathering a patriotic bloc of people living in the area of smaller Bosnia and Herzegovina entity - said Čavka.

One such meeting, he added, will be held in Doboj on Monday. Čavka points out that it is more than positive that the SDP is working on the gathering.

- Returnees whose children go to school and are discriminated against on a daily basis must turn to themselves. We have too many enemies to be our own enemies. Therefore, it is more than necessary for us to unite and solve the accumulated problems together. We must not be on a bus rushing towards a certain accident. And while the bus is going to a certain doom, we are arguing over who will sit where - pointed out Čavka.


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