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Fact- Check / How Besa Shahini said the statement for the victims of sexual abuse

Fact- Check / How Besa Shahini said the statement for the victims of sexual

In the online media, a comment by Besa Shahini about the victims of sexual abuse, based on the case of a 15-year-old girl in Kamza, was commented as if the minister had made a tactless call of the type that invites students to denounce after being abused.

How is the real statement of Minister Shahini?

Shahini says:

'I congratulate our students who have found the courage to denounce the bullying, violence or abuse they have experienced. This is the only way for adults and institutions to have the opportunity to condemn this violence and prevent it from happening in the future. Victims often do not denounce the violence they have experienced because they feel guilty or ashamed of what happened to them, but the blame and shame belong to the abuser and the abuser. But for this message to be conveyed, the school must be transformed into a safe space where the student can feel that he can denounce the violence he has experienced or that he can present any concerns he may have. '

Perhaps a misinterpretation, but the only criticism leveled at the minister in this case is the delay in response, and perhaps more could be focused on the measures to be taken, but carelessness in content does not seem to exist.