《中英對照讀新聞》"Enough lies!"：Bosnian village bans politicians 「騙夠了吧！」：波士尼亞小鎮禁止政治人物進入
As politicians embark on their final days of campaigning for Bosnian elections on 7 Oct., there was one small corner of the country where they couldn’t pass：Podgora, a poor hamlet fed up with the government’s broken promises.
The general elections would fill Bosnia’s highest political offices, from a three-person presidency down to district assemblies. However, the people of Podgora were disillusioned by a political class known chiefly for corruption and dysfunction.
"We were fed up that they made promises to ensure votes, but on the day after the elections, it was as if nothing had happened, as if they did not even come to see us," said Adi Silajdzic, 47.
A group of local men said Podgora has been neglected by authorities ever since the war. "We are the ones who replace bulbs for the street lights. We do not have a single garbage container, there is no bus, and the drinking water supply system was constructed before the war."
embark：動詞，著手；開始。例句：New government embarks on revolutionary projects.（新政府開始推動改革計畫。）
disillusion：動詞，使幻想破滅。例句：The idol’s slovenly appearance disillusioned his fans.（這位偶像明星不修邊幅的模樣，讓他的粉絲大失所望。）
chiefly：副詞，主要；尤其。例句：His failure resulted chiefly from omplacency.（他的失敗主要肇因於自滿。）