Artan Sadiku, human rights activist:
The voice of the citizens at elections has to be a manifestation of their expressive voice, not only on Election Day, but every day. Of the voice that opposes in the everyday life, of the voice that rises to address problems, of the voice that calls upon politicians, in general… It is only when citizens engage every day and speak up, free from threats, free of fear, that the voice on Election Day can be a materialization of the requirements, of their commitments, of their needs.
Therefore, I urge the citizens, to speak up before elections and only then can their voice be an act that will lead to changes in their lives.
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