Is there organ trafficking in Macedonia ?

Unfortunately, organ trafficking in our penal law is not incriminated as a separate criminal act, but it is contained in the Law on the taking and transplantation of parts of the human body for treatment and is elaborated through criminal offenses of trafficking in human beings and inadmissible transplantation of parts of the human body.

The fight against organ trafficking, or organized crime, requires commitment and cooperation with the countries in which they are traded and the countries in which they are sold.

Read below to find out the seven shocking facts about organ trafficking.
1. Captured people.
According to a book by UN war crimes prosecutor Carla del Ponte, members of the Kosovo Liberation Army captured hundreds of people forcibly seizing their organs. The organs were then transferred to foreign transplant clinics.

2. Organ trafficking.
The investigation began in Mozambique after several local human rights groups and the Brazilian mission in Nampula notified the authorities that many children lacked vital organs, and some children were believed to have died as a result of the removal of their organs.
It was believed that most of the collected organs were sent near South Africa for both transplantation and religious rituals. There have also been reports of children kidnapped and killed for their organs in South America.

3. Amazing price for kidney purchase.
According to estimates by the World Health Organization in 2003, the kidney's price ranged from $ 700 in South Africa to more than $ 30,000 in the United States, with many other countries paying between $ 1,000 and $ 10,000 for the kidney.

4. Sellers did not show concern for patients with removed organs.
Many of the kidney on the black market that are sold all over the world make the poor people vulnerable and in dire need of money.
Buyers usually paid only part of the amount and did not receive medical care for their recovery. These donors were often weakened by lack of care and were not recovering fully.

5. Enter a medical examination, stay without a kidney.
In Egypt, a method of organ trafficking ran around the employment scheme. Young men were hired for work and were sent to a doctor to examine their health. Young people woke up in hospital with pain with one kidney less.
Victims of this scheme faced threats of violence when they filed charges against those who committed the crime.

6. Organ trafficking is legal only in one country.
Despite the high numbers and uncontrolled contempt of the law, organ trafficking is illegal in all but one country in the world. In Iran, the sale of organs is legal and carefully monitored.
The practice of legal transactions has eliminated the waiting list for those who waited for the kidney and provided an increase in donations from the post-mortem organs.

7. Baby auctions for organs.
Three Ukrainian women were arrested in Italy after an auction of an unborn child to one of the women. The baby's mother sold her unborn child for 350,000 euros (about $ 500,000 USD).
Officials believe that the gang of women carried out the same transaction with other babies, sometimes selling them for illegal adoptions, and sometimes for their organs.

The Roma family from Pope Francis to St. John

The family of Imer Omerovic, nucleus of 14 nomadsensor of a public house in Casal Bruciato, the scene of protests in recent days, was received in the Basilica of San Giovanni in Rome by Pope Francis, in the margins of the Diocese assembly.

Father, mother and the younger daughter reached the sacristy for a brief greeting with the Pope. They were given some seats in the front rows.

Pope Francis met and greeted the nomad family in private, in the sacristy of the Basilica of San Giovanni in Laterano, before the Pope began, in the nave of the Basilica, an encounter with the clergy and the faithful of the diocese.

The family arrived accompanied by the volunteer Patrizia opera nomad, and was received first by the auxiliary bishop of Rome, Don Giampiero Palmieri, who went to the front of the central nave of the basilica of San Giovanni where his mother and his father were sitting. father, Imcor and Senada Omerovic, together with his daughter Violetta and the volunteer of the Patrizia opera nomad.


One year from the establishment of the Romani portal Roma Press

The last weekend in the editorial office of the Romani Romani language portal Roma Press was celebrated. The reason for the celebration is one year from the start with the work of this Roma medium.

In the past 365 days, Roma Press has made efforts to be noted in the wider public by following very intensively all political, cultural and other developments in our country,

At the same time, he continuously shared information on current developments around the world, closely related to and surrounding the Roma.

We also use this opportunity to congratulate the colleague of the Roma Times Web Portal on the first birthday of the editorial office of Roma Press, headed by their editor-in-chief Sevjjul Abdullah.

Let the years and successes be multiplied in the future

Roma Democratic Union - RDS analysis (third part) - It's easy to assume as a Roma leader with foreign and national money

Knowing the current functioning of the political Romani movement and functioning in our country, as well as the astounding results of such a way of governing and showing "leadership" of the present garniture, it is much easier to emerge new and "conscientious leaders". It is easier for the people to be "headlined" by the same faces, and it is easier to choose a new "stills" of leaders for them. And it is precisely this fact that benefits the "newly created leaders". And these newly created leaders, by some logic, come from most of a particular NGO sector. The former office and foreign (folk) money financed by "fighters" for their people, because of their unselfish engagement, from ordinary "volunteers" become the number one factor in creating political goals. Then they start their "for the good of the Roma people" mission and present their program to donors at various meetings and meetings in order to explain them to both foreign donors and state institutions, under their wing as their co-workers in creating new policies for the welfare of the people. When "infusions" of money with finances begin, they begin to capture different tracks in the form of self-promotion that they are the future driver of the Roma political bloc for easier financial and ideological transformation into a political movement. And so yesterday's "fighters from the civil sector" suddenly turn into "political messiahs" of the Roma people. A tried and true recipe for a new "political" adventure. It's nice, I'm comfortable on foreign coats, with foreign and folk money, how easy it is to become a political face and No. 1 to its people. Safe and chameleon-free adaptation for no money! "Neal garlic eats, nor garlic smells" Purely, innocently without political sting, for no money to get to the position and money! RDS analyzes will continue ... (Continued) The position of the text is a personal position of the RDS and is outside the editorial policy of the Roma Times Web Portal

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