BIRN will also transmit an interview with the Minister of Health, Bujar Bukoshi, about the problems at QKUK, Kosovo’s largest hospital, and the sacking of Ali Sadrija from his position of director.
Who is going to be the new head of Kosova Chamber of Commerce? Will the Chamber of Commerce become politicised? Is Kosovo totally dependent on food imported from Serbia? Is protecting domestic products an obligation of consumers or the government?
In the first debate about the election of the head of Kosova Chamber of Commerce, Muhamet
Hajrullahu will be joined by:
Safet Gërxhaliu, candidate for the head of Kosova Chamber of Commerce and Ramiz Kelmendi, candidate for the head of Kosova Chamber of Commerce
In the second debate, moderated by Edona Musa, domestic products and Kosovar producers will be discussed.
How much local potential is there for producing domestic products? Is protecting domestic products an obligation of consumers or the g overnment? What is happening with the deal of CEFTA, the Central European Free Trade Agreement? What is the level of food quality control in Kosovo?
To discuss these and other issues, guests in the studio will be:
Flamur Keqa, Head of Trading and Industry Ministry Department
Berat Rukiqi, secretary of Kosova Chamber of Commerce
Ismet Bojku, member of Kosovo Business Alliance Board
Visar Ymeri, from Vetëvendosje
Through the debate, BIRN also transmits a reportage prepared by the journalist Artan Haraçia, about some shops that do not sell Serbian products.
At the end, you can see the reportage of Petrit Kryeziu about the problems between the principle of the elementary school Fatmir Berisha in Prizren and some teachers from this school.
Life in Kosovo is a co-production between Kosovo Public Television, RTK and theBalkan Investigative Reporting Network, BIRN. It is broadcast every Thursday,starting at 20:20.