KRYETARE E LIDHJËS SË SHKRIMTARÇVE TË KOSOVËS U ZGJODH DR.FLORA BROVINA.



Sot  në Institutin Albanogjik të Kosovës, në Prishtinë,u zgjodh kryetari dhe kryesia e re e Lidhjës së Shkrimtarëve të Kosovës.

Prishtinë,20 prill 2013.


Dr.Flora Brovina,kryetare e LSHK-së

Më asnjë vot kundër sot Kuvendi i Lidhjës së Shkrimtarëve të Kosovës zgjodhi kryetarën e re të LSHK-së ,z.Flora Brovina,ndërsa ish kryetari i LSHK -së shkrimtari i mirënjohur z.Adem Demaçi u zgjodh Kryetar nderi i këtij asociacioni letrar( LSHK-së).

Flora Brovina u lind më 30 shtator 1949 në Skenderaj. Studimet në Fakultetin e Mjekësisë i mbaroi po në Prishtinë. 

Ka botuar disa vëllime me poezi: ”Vërma emrin tim” (1973), “Bimë e zë” (1979), “Luleborë” (1988), “Mat e çmat” (1995) dhe “Thirrje e Kosovë” (1999, në kohën kur ajo ishte në burgun e Pozharevacit në Serbi). 

Në vitin 1999, në një kohë kur fati i Flora Brovinës pas arrestimit ishte i panjohur, ajo mori Çmimin Tucholsky për vitin 1999 ’in absentia’ nga PEN Klubi Suedez.Jeton në Prishtinë.

Është delegate e PDK-së në Parlamentin e Republikës së Kosovës.Sot ajo unanimisht nga Kuvendi i LSHK-së u zgjodh kryetare e Lidhjës së Shkrimtarëve të Kosovës.




















Kuvendi i LSHK-së më vota të fshehta zgjodhi kryesinë e re prej 10 anëtarëve :

1.Prof.dr.Shyqri Galica
2.Akademik Prof.dr.Rexhep Qosja
3.Prof.dr.Shefkije Islamaj
4.Prof.dr.Myrvete Dreshaj-Baliu
5.Prof.Mr.sc.Abdyl Kadolli
6.Albina Idrizi
7.Profesor Prend Buzhala
8.Profesor Rushit Ramabaja
9.Shqipe Hasani
10.Avni Dehari




Lista e Lidhjës së shkrimtarëve të Kosovës.



1. Abdullah Konushevci
2. Abdullah Troshupa
3. Abdyl Kadolli 
4. Adem Demaçi 
5. Adem Shkreli 
6. Adem Zaplluzha 
7. Adem Zejnullahu 
8. Ag Apolloni 
9. Agim Desku 
10. Agim H. Berisha 
11. Agim Vinca
12. Aishe Qorraj - Berisha 
13. Albert Shala 
14. Albina Idrizi 
15. Ali Alidemaj 
16. Ali Prebreza 
17. Ali R. Berisha 
18. Anton Marku 
19. Arben Hoxha 
20. Arben Kastrati
21. Arben Veselaj 
22. Arif Bozaxhi 
23. Arif Haliti 
24. Arif Molliqi
25. Arsim Halili 
26. Arsim Kajtazi 
27. Avdi Ibrahimi 
28. Avni Dehari 
29. Aziz Mustafa 
30. Bajram Kosumi 
31. Bajram Sefaj 
32. Baki Ymeri
33. Bedri Halimi 
34. Bedri Neziri 
35. Bedri Zyberaj 
36. Begzad Baliu 
37. Behram Hoti 
38. Beqir Buzuku 
39. Berat Luzha 
40. Besim Rexhaj 
41. Bilall Maliqi 
42. Brahim I. Avdyli 
43. Brikenë Ceraja 
44. Çerkin Bytyçi 
45. Daut Demaku 
46. Demë Topalli 
47. Demir Reshiti 
48. Demush Berisha 
49. Dibran Demaku 
50. Dibran Fylli 
51. Dren Shala 
52. Edmond Zhulali 
53. Ejup Ceraja
54. Ekrem Kryeziu 
55. Emin Kabashi 
56. Esat Kamberi 
57. Esat Loshaj
58. Faik Shkodra 
59. Fakete Rexha 
60. Fatime Ahmeti 
61. Femi Cakolli 
62. Fitnete Ramosaj 
63. Flora Brovina 
64. Flori Bruqi 
65. Ganimete Podvorica 
66. Gëzim Ajgeraj 
67. Gjokë Sokoli 
68. Gjon Gjergjaj 
69. Hajdin Abazi 
70. Hajro Ulqinaku 
71. Halil Kajtazi 
72. Halil Xani 
73. Hamdi Aliu
74. Hamza Halabaku 
75. Haqif Mulliqi 
76. Hasan Gjonbalaj 
77. Hasan Qyqalla 
78. Hasije Selishta-Kryeziu 
79. Hydajet Hyseni 
80. Hysen Këçiku 
81. Hysen Matoshi 
82. Ibish Neziri
83. Ibrahim Skënderi 
84. Idriz Ulaj 
85. Ilam Berisha 
86. Ilaz Metaj 
87. Ilir Hoxha 
88. Isak Ahmeti 
89. Isak Shema
90. Ismail Simnica 
91. Ismajl Syla
92. Ismet Aliu 
93. Ismet Hebibi 
94. Ismet Lecaj
95. Izet Hajdini
96. Jonuz Fetahaj 
97. Jusuf Bislimi 
98. Kadri Rexha 
99. Kadrush Radogoshi 
100. Kemajl Aliu 
101. Liri Loshi 
102. Mahmud Hysa 
103. Masar Stavileci 
104. Mazllum Baraliu
105. Mehmet Bislimi
106. Mehmetali Rexhepi 
107. Merita Përvetica – Lumley
108. Merxhan Avdyli 
109. Mexhid Havolli 
110. Miftar Kurti 
111. Mikel Gojani 
112. Milaim Berisha 
113. Miradije Ramiqi 
114. Muhamed Kërveshi 
115. Muhamet Tërnava 
116. Mustafë Xhemaili
117. Myrvete Dreshaj - Baliu
118. Naim Balidemaj 
119. Naim Kelmendi 
120. Naxhije Doçi
121. Nazmi Rudari 
122. Nazmi Rrahmani 
123. Nebi Islami
124. Nebih Bunjaku 
125. Nebih Krasniqi
126. Nehat S. Hoxha 
127. Neriman Braha 
128. Nexhat Rexha 
129. Nezir Prokshi 
130. Niko Stylo 
131. Nikollë Kërhanaj 
132. Nuhi Veselaj 
133. Nuhi Vinca
134. Nuri Pervizi 
135. Prend Buzhala 
136. Qemal Aliu
137. Qerim Pllana 
138. Ragip Ramaj 
139. Ragip Sylaj
140. Ramadan Thaçi 
141. Ramiz Kelmendi 
142. Rasim Selmanaj 
143. Resmije Kryeziu 
144. Reshat Sahitaj 
145. Rexhep Hoxha 
146. Rexhep Kastrati 
147. Rexhep Qosja 
148. Rexhep Smajlaj 
149. Rifat Ismajli 
150. Riza Haziri 
151. Rushit Ramabaja 
152. Rrahim M. Sadiku 
153. Rrustem Berisha 
154. Rrustem Geci 
155. Sabahate Byci 
156. Sabile Keçmezi - Basha 
157. Sabit Idrizi 
158. Sabit Jaha 
159. Sadije Ismaili 
160. Sadik Përvetica 
161. Sadri Fetiu
162. Safete Rexhepi 
163. Salajdin Gashi 
164. Salajdin Krasniqi
165. Sali Bytyçi
166. Sanije Ahmeti - Dubova
167. Sarë Gjergji
168. Sejdi Berisha 
169. Skënder R. Hoxha 
170. Sylë Dreshaj 
171. Sylë Osmanaj 
172. Shahin Hasani - Shkoza
173. Shaip Beqiri 
174. Shaqir Foniqi 
175. Shawn Sturgeon (SHBA) 
176. Shefkije Islamaj 
177. Shefqet Rexhepi 
178. Shefqete Gosalci
179. Sheremet Prokshi
180. Sherif Çitaku 
181. Sherife Thaçi 
182. Shqipe Hasani 
183. Shyqri Galica 
184. Tomë Paloka 
185. Uzeir Ajradini 
186. Vehap Shita 
187. Veli Veliu 
188. Violetë Bardhi 
189. Xhaladin Mjeku
190. Xhemajl Rudi 
191. Ymer Berbati 
192. Ymer Shkreli 
193. Yrjet Berisha 
194. Zana Piraj 
195. Zef Mulaj 
196. Zeqir Bekolli 
197. Zeqir Bërdynaj 
198. Zeqir Fazliu
199. Zeqir Gërvalla 
200. Zymber Elshani 
201. Zymer Neziri

Përfundon me nr. rendor 201







Flora Brovina (born 30 September 1949) is a Kosovar Albanian poet, pediatrician and women’s rights activist. She was born in the town of Srbica in the Drenica Valley of Kosovo, and was raised in Pristina, where she went to school and began studying medicine. After finishing her university studies in Zagreb, where she specialized in pediatrics, she returned to Kosovo and worked for a time as a journalist for the Albanian-language daily newspaper Rilindja. Soon thereafter, she returned to the health care profession and worked for many years in the Pediatrics Ward of the Pristina General Hospital.

She is the author of three volumes of poetry. The first volume, Verma emrin tim (Call me by my name), was published in 1973 and consists of 42 poems. Bimë e zë (Plant and voice), the second volume, appeared in 1979. More than two decades after her first publication, her third, Mat e çmat (With the tape it measures), has been described by Robert Elsie as “the most compelling and impressive of her volumes” for its reflections on “the fate of her people, with freedom and self-determination.”
A scholar of Albanian literatue and language, Elsie published a single book entitled Call Me By My Name: Poetry From Kosova. In addition to her concern for the future of the people of Kosovo, Flora’s poetry deals with “the fate of women in society” and women as mothers as well as the “personal, maternal, and feminist” dimensions of the “problems and aspirations of individuals.

In 2000, Flora was one of two recipients of the Barbara Goldsmith Freedom to Write Award given by PEN American Center to honor threatened or imprisoned writers. The previous year she was awarded Swedish PEN’s Tucholsky Award that similarly recognizes writers under threat of persecution or exile.

Kosovo war

As the political situation in Kosovo deteriorated in the 1990s, and fighting broke out, Brovina ran a health clinic in Pristina in which she distributed health care information on matters as diverse as snake bites, dressing wounds and delivering babies. She also used the centre to shelter a number of orphaned children, many of whom had lost their parents during the fighting and expulsions. She and her fellow workers took care of as many as 25 children at a time.
On 20 April 1999 during the Kosovo War, Brovina was abducted by eight masked Serb paramilitaries from the home she was staying in and was driven off by car to an initially unknown destination. She was thus in captivity in Serbia when NATO forces took the capital and Serb troops withdrew from the country. The first news of her abduction broke on 24 April 1999 when her son managed to contact the international writers’ association, PEN, with an urgent appeal that the news of her abduction be made known as widely as possible. She was transferred to a Serb prison in Požarevac and, in her first month of detention, was subjected to over 200 hours of interrogation in 18 separate sessions lasting typically from 7 A.M. to 5 P.M. On 9 December 1999, in a show trial, she was accused of 'terrorist activities' under Article 136 of the Yugoslav Penal Code. She spent a year and a half in Serb prisons before being released as a result of international pressure.

Flori Bruqi














         

                                                                                   


















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