Life in Kosovo debates about sports betting and discusses the informal dialogue

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Life in Kosovo will be broadcasting a debate on the increased occurrence of sports gambling in Kosovo followed by a discussion of young people on the technical dialogue between Kosovo and Serbia.

Why are so many gambling operators in Kosovo? How is their operation regulated by law? How disturbing is the operation of sports betting places near schools? What rule of law enforcement is in place to ensure stricter control of age groups visiting these shops?


To discuss these and related issues to sports betting in Kosovo, journalist Muhamet Hajrullahu has invited the following guests to the studio:


Safet Krasniqi, gambling manager from the Tax Administration of Kosovo, TAK;
Edmond Jahjaga, vice president of the Association of Gambling in Kosovo;
Jeta Rexha, psychologist from Gjakova;
Feliks Nikolla, from Youth in Kosovo.


As part of the show, BIRN will also be broadcasting the Youth in Kosovo section, where youth will discuss about the sports betting habit of youngsters under the age of 18.


Meanwhile, Jeta Xharra has invited youth from Kosovo and Serbia to discuss on the cooperation between youth of these countries and the problems that they face. The invited guests are the following:


Krenar Shala, from GAP Institute;

Dusan Kanazir, student in the Law Faculty in Belgrade, who also works for the International War Crimes Tribunal;

Furtuna Sheremeti, student in the Law Faculty in Prishtina and activist from My Initiative (Nisma Ime) NGO;

Maja Micic, director of the Youth Initiative for Human Rights inBelgrade;

Enes Toska, architect and leader of the \”Cultural Heritage without Borders” project;

Dragan Momcilovic, student of Political Sciences in Belgrade and coordinator of the debate club.