Life in Kosovo debates with UCCK directorial candidates

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Life in Kosovo will broadcast a debate with six candidates running for the position of director at the University Clinical Center of Kosovo (UCCK).

What is the vision of these candidates? How do these candidates plan to convince doctors to be more devoted to public sector healthcare, rather than private? How do they plan to benefit UCCK’s revenues? How will UCCK’s budget be decentralized? On what basis will communication between primary, secondary and tertiary health services be developed?


The panelists at the debate, all of whom are running for the position of UCCK director, are the following:


Afrim Loku, economist

Engjëll Duzhmani, architect

Fitim Selimi, surgeon

Haxhi Avdyli, neurosurgeon

Ramë Miftari, radiologist

Salih Krasniqi, surgeon


After the debate, BIRN will broadcast a report by journalist Muhamet Hajrullahu, in which he reveals mismanagement and procedural shortcomings at the Independent Media Commission and the Water and Waste Regulatory Office, highlighted in the latest report by Kosovo\’s Auditor General.


Afterwards, journalist Alban Selimi will show how the ring-road in the municipality of Mitrovica has been built twice in four years, and also how road construction in Arbana, which connects the city of Prizren with Gjakova, began two years ago, but is not yet completed.


At the end of the show, journalist Edona Musa will report on problems with the sewage system and drinking water in the village of Lipjan.