At the end of 2018, Chechen authorities began to abduct members of LGBTI+ community, bringing them to a Government facility. As we were ringing in the New Year with our friends and family, they were being tortured as part of a “preventive mopping up” of people deemed undesirable.
The Law on the use of languages stirs the public
CIVIL – Center for Freedom is expressing its absolute support to the historical decision of the Macedonian Parliament to adopt the constitutional changes, with which the most important commitments from the Prespa Agreement have been fulfilled. CIVIL congratulates the wise and responsible leaders and all the citizens for the...
Parliament adopts constitutional changes With 81 votes “for” and not a single one against, the Parliament of the Republic of Macedonia today voted on the constitutional changes arising from the Prespa Agreement.
The constitutional amendments that complied with the Macedonian part of the Prespa Agreement between Greece and Macedonia, signed on June 18, 2018, have been voted by a two-thirds majority of the Macedonian parliament.
“Ten years of captured state have led to a situation in which every citizen, regardless of whether being involved in the social and political life or not, was expecting much more. What I can say from my perspective is that indeed much work was put in every segment. Huge...
Ahead of the final phase of the constitutional changes arising from the Prespa Agreement between Macedonia and Greece, and resolving the three-decade name dispute, CIVIL is publishing on its media platform the publication “Identity Loss or…?”, which it promoted last month.
PERSPECTIVES 2018 Smailovic: We enter 2019 disappointed and without expectations
“2018 was a year in which we expected big changes, we had high hopes, but quite unexpected circumstances occurred that were rather turbulent”, stated Mersiha Smailovic, civil activist, in a conversation for CIVIL MEDIA, as part of the series “Perspectives 2019.
Parliamentary session for constitutional changes just can seem to start After being several times scheduled and postponed, the session at which there was supposed to be voting for the constitutional changes has been rescheduled for tomorrow at 12.00 noon.
“If we speak about last year, the international success imposes itself”, says Faton Aliti in a conversation with CIVIL Media for Perspectives 2019.