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Ms Nataša SUKIČ

Speeches since 2019

23/01/2024 | 20:18:29 (Undelivered speech, Rules of Procedure Art. 31.2) Dear rapporteur, dear colleagues, Every ten minutes a child dies in Gaza in the name of Israel's so-called right to self-defence, which, according to the 2004 International Court of Justice ruling as occupying power, has no such right in the occupied territories. Gaza, like the West Bank and East Jerusalem, is occupied territory. Yes, of course we condemn the terrorist attack by Hamas and we deplore the victims and the fact that not all the... 13/10/2023 | 12:40:20 Thank you, Chair. There are now more than four million Afghan refugees in Pakistan. More than 600 000 Afghans have fled to Pakistan since the return of the Taliban to Kabul. Many rightly fear retaliation from the Taliban regime on their return home. What makes this week's news and new circumstances which deepen the Afgan refugee crisis all the more frightening is that on Tuesday, Pakistan's interim government decided to deport 1.7 million Afghans who do not have regular documents within 28... 13/10/2023 | 11:34:17 Thank you, Madam Chair. Today's debate addresses an extremely pressing issue of our time. We are talking about children, but it is a problem that affects all levels of modern societies in particular. In the age of the Internet, the enormous flow of information, the proliferation of social networks that bombard us daily with images of perfection in an otherwise world of growing crises, conflicts, and uncertainty about the future, young people are a particularly vulnerable group. There is a... 10/10/2023 | 18:21:16 Thank you, Madam Chair. I would like to thank the rapporteur for a very structured report addressing this pressing problem that is undoubtedly more and more affecting modern democratic societies. I agree with the conclusion that the far-right extremism is the signal which shouldn’t be underestimated and it requires a strong and decisive response. Yes, we, the politicians, should be at the forefront of this “battle” though, to be frank, politicians are way too often also a part of this problem...