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A full conference hall filled up to the last available spot, with representatives of the domestic and international public at today’s conference “For a society free of corruption”, which CIVIL – Center for Freedom organized together with “Zelena Lupa”.

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The Conference “For a society free of corruption” , organized by CIVIL and Zelena Lupa (Green Lenses), is being held today (Thursday, December 6) at Hotel Park, (behind the City Stadium) starting at 1.30 pm and will last 120 minutes. Prime Minister Zoran Zaev, Rozeta Trajan from the SCPC,...

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If before one could not dare to think about corruption, now it is a topic that is discussed openly, loudly and sharply.  A day before the Conference “For a society free of corruption” (Thursday, December 6, Hotel Park, 1.30 pm), the organizers from CIVIL and Zelena Lupa (Green Lenses) are...

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The Government of Republic of Macedonia is organizing a public debate tomorrow on the draft amendments to the constitutional changes, which will be held at the Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje. The debate will last five days and will be held throughout the state universities in Macedonia.

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CIVIL – Center for Freedom and the Municipality of Gazi baba today signed a Memorandum of cooperation against violent extremism. The Memorandum was signed by Xhabir Deralla, on behalf of CIVIL, and the Mayor of the Municipality of Gazi Baba, Borce Georgievski.

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International Day of Persons with Disabilities in Macedonia was marked with a series of activities both by civil society associations and by the competent institutions whose primary goal is the care for these persons. Many municipalities did not miss the opportunity to mark this day mostly by donating in...

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Republic Public Prosecutor, Ljubomir Joveski, informed journalists that the Basic Public Prosecutor’s Office is leading a pre-trial procedure for the telephone exchange in its building, for recording all incoming or outgoing telephone calls.

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The majority Members of the European Parliament, with the exception of several votes from Greece and Bulgaria, last night at the debate before the voting on the report on Macedonia, requested the start of negotiations for EU membership in June, but reminded that the country has to continue with...

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One of the most famous drama writers, academician Goran Stefanovski (1952) passed away yesterday after a short illness in Canterburry, England, where he lived.

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“If I were to choose an identity, although my identity is already formed, I would, nevertheless, choose to have an identity that is also immortal. An identity that no one questions, the identity of humanity, to be a positive moment in a society, to contribute in it…:, stated activist...

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