Bla┼żekovi─ç participated in the forum of political parties of Southeast Europe

boris ndi webZagreb, 16th February 2016 - Organized by the National Democratic Institute, from 12th to 14th February 2016 in Belgrade, the meeting was held under the title "Political Parties Forum of South East Europe".

In his presentation entitled "Current policies in Europe: retrograde or flexible?" Bla┼żekovi─ç talked about the Ukraine crisis, the refugee crisis, the creation and promotion of nationalism which undermines relations pertaining to a lot more countries and especially the citizens 'of infected' countries, about NATO, which is an inevitable and important political and military organization that has far-reaching political implications throughout the world. Also, Bla┼żekovi─ç pointed out that the EU is, given the circumstances, time and manner of association, certainly the most progressive and brightest political project ever. Finally he spoke of TTIP and political elites

"Today, unfortunately or fortunately politics is in every aspect of life of every person. Therefore I reiterate that we who are in politics have a huge responsibility of stopping the general trend of dirty politics. Politics should be cleaned, primarily from unfair and unsafe people, and then in cooperation with the media, politics should be presented to the society as nesessiary and important positive role in society and thus attract outstanding people to do politics" - concluded Bla┼żekovi─ç his presentation.

The aim of the forum was to assess progress to-date in key areas such as party responsiveness to the electorate, political representation, public discourse and institutional integrity but also to inform future development agendas for political parties in Southeastern Europe. They also discussed the relations between the political parties in the Balkans and Europe and their mutual cooperation.

The conference was attended by representatives of political parties from Albania, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Bulgaria and Serbia.

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