Activity “Speed ​​Date a politician – 36 key issues for young people of Mostar”, implemented in the City Hall of Mostar on 17 September.

The Youth Council of the City of Mostar in cooperation with the Local Democracy Agency, with the support of the Council of Europe and with the financial support of Liechtenstein, realized the project activity called “speed date a politician – 36 key issues for young people in Mostar.”

The project seeks to increase the accountability and participation of young politicians in the political arena of Mostar and increase the motivation of young people to go to the polls in 2014. Young volunteers from Mostar Youth Council have put 36 questions to young politicians who represent the future of Mostar’s political scene and who will fight for a better future in our city.

Most questions focused on the fundamental rights, and many pressing concerns of unemployment, begging, drug abuse, corruption, social welfare, and the incompatibility of the law when it comes to maternity.

The meeting was attended by nine of the 13 invited representatives of offspring political parties operating in the city of Mostar. “Speed ​​Date a politician” was recorded, documented and transcript of answers to 36 key questions addressed by the youth of the city of Mostar will be published on the website of the Youth Council of the City of Mostar (www.vmgm.org) and LDA Mostar.

Activity “Speed ​​Date a politician – 36 key issues for young people of Mostar”, implemented in the City Hall of Mostar on 17 September.

The Youth Council of the City of Mostar in cooperation with the Local Democracy Agency, with the support of the Council of Europe and with the financial support of Liechtenstein, realized the project activity called “speed date a politician – 36 key issues for young people in Mostar.”

The project seeks to increase accountability and participation of young politicians in the political arena of Mostar and increase the motivation of young people to go to the polls in 2014. Young volunteers from Mostar Youth Council have put 36 questions to young politicians who represent the future of Mostar’s political scene and who will fight for a better future in our city.

Most questions focused on the fundamental rights, and many pressing concerns of unemployment, begging, drug abuse, corruption, social welfare, and the incompatibility of the law when it comes to maternity.

The meeting was attended by nine of the 13 invited representatives of offspring political parties operating in the city of Mostar. “Speed ​​Date a politician” was recorded, documented and a transcript of answers to 36 key questions addressed by the youth of the city of Mostar will be published on the website of the Youth Council of the City of Mostar (www.vmgm.org) and LDA Mostar.