Aida Ćorović: As MP I will insist for the promotion of human rights

Belgrade, 27.02.2014.

Aida Ćorović, human rights activist and candidate on the list of DS for the parliamentary elections, in an interview for the daily “Danas” says that she would work to promote human rights and rights of the civil society as a Member of Parliament.

Aida-ĆorovićWhen the journalist of the daily “Danas” asked on which topics she would insist as the future MP, Aida Ćorović answered that those would be the topics that are broadly related to human and minority rights because she believes that Serbia is still not a country in which human rights are respected enough.

“Of course, the process of improving the status of women and youth, persons with disabilities, and especially the LGBT community should be continued” she stressed, adding that her obligation would also be to improve the status of civil society organizations.

Source: Danas
Photo: Medija Center

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