The MP from the Democratic Party of Kosovo Ganimete Musliu, through a post on the social network Facebook has reacted to the murder of 18-year-old from the municipality of Ferizaj, Mrigona Osmani.
According to Musliu, in our country there are selective reactions, collective justice and a dangerous mentality. She even referred to her case a month ago when she was threatened with physical liquidation, and according to her none of her colleagues who are now reacting regarding the murder of the 18-year-old had reacted.
“I have only one question: Do women and girls have to die for us to become interesting with our reactions on social networks as a society?” Musliu wrote in her Facebook status.
Full post Musliu:
A month ago I was threatened with physical liquidation, because my head would be cut off with an ax. One person was arrested, interrogated and taken into custody. There were reactions from a considerable part of the society but surprisingly I did not see reactions from some women, including some of my colleagues, who today bag crocodile tears and react harshly on social networks for the murder of the “girl from Ferizaj” as reported. I have only one question: Do women and girls have to die for us to become interesting with our reactions on social media as a society? Family condolences for the tragic loss of the daughter. I believe that the competent bodies will do their job and the hands will receive the punishment which will be a lesson for all those who raise their hands against girls and women in the future.
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