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The President of Republic of Macedonia, Gjorge Ivanov, has decided not to sign the Decree for the proclamation of the Law on Ratifying the Final Agreement for settlement of the differences as described in Resolutions 817 (1993) and 845 (1993) of the United Nations Security Council, for the termination...

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While there are protests every day in the defense of the name, each with thier own pretensions, in Macedonia and in Greece, the political process for ratifying the name agreement from the Greek side and for the start date for negotiations with EU and NATO, will take place in...

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With 69 votes “for” and none “against”, the Parliament passed the Law on the Ratification of the Agreement for resolving the name dispute that was signed by Macedonia and Greece. The Ratification of the Agreement passed calmly and was not followed with protests.

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About a hundred people gathered at today’s protest against the Agreement for overcoming the name dispute, in front of the Macedonian Parliament. Familiar iconography, with familiar standpoints and demands for resignation of the government, support for Ivanov and against a referendum for the resolution of the dispute. Nationalistic shouting...

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“For CIVIL’s recent report on the local elections, I offered an international human rights perspective on the elections. If you haven’t read the report, I encourage you to do so”, stated Heather Roberson, expert on human rights and the Balkans, at the public event “Alert: Free elections, a (non)...

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Introduction Local elections held in October 2017 in the Republic of Macedonia have been taken as a very promising sign for those concerned with the status of human rights not only within this small country, but throughout the Balkans. In their conduct, they have been described as relatively free...

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With noticeable excitement and energy, with the idea to show and prove himself as a leader of a big party that has still not lost its power, as if his first appearance in front of “his” people was his last, or, at the very least, was decisive for the...

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DAILY BRIEF A reforming Macedonia

Today is International Children’s Day, and it is celebrated every year with various events, in order to remind societies that children also have rights that must be respected, but the reality is totally different. The fight for full respect of children’s rights has to continue every day.

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CIVIL is organizing a 120-minute public event at which, once again, in an enlarged and detailed form, it will present recommendations for reforms in the election system, on June 5, 2018, at Hotel Continental, starting at 1.00 pm.

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The anniversary of the establishment and start of the new Government is in today’s focus, on the occasion of which Prime Minister Zoran Zaev held a press conference in front of the Monument to fallen fighters, in the Government’s courtyard.

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