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“Imprisonment up to 10 years in prison”, “fines up to 5 thousand euros”, “bans from attending sports matches for 5 years”, are just some of the comments to the question that CIVIL posted on its Facebook page ten days ago as follows – “What do you think about the nationalism present among fan groups, and

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Serbian politicians, after having taken pictures smiling with US mediators in the Serbian-Kosovo negotiations, stated for the media that the pressure on them was immense and aggressive, but that “they will not surrender”, that they are “fighting” and similar typical Balkan statements of “heroism”.   by: XHABIR DERALLA

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CIVIL invites everyone who is interested to participate in the #CivicLenses project and to become part of the big family of citizen journalists across the world, who change society with their writings. With every published video or photography on the topics of violation of human rights and freedoms, abuse, injustice, corruption, hate speech and false

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“I titled my column on this topic “The glimpse effect”, while my inspiration was a documentary film on astronauts who see as their home a tiny glowing blue ball. And actually the question that arose was- how much time will we need to figure out that nationalism is destroying our country? Because it is something

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„Thank you very much for inviting me and for giving me the opportunity to address you all on the occasion of the launch event of the publication ‘Free Elections 2017: Report, Analysis and Recommendations’“, said the deputy Head of Mission of the German Embassy, Mr. Marco Acquaticci on the public promotion of the Civil’s final

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In the race between the political and legal state in Macedonia, a significant step was made today in favor of the country. I believe that today’s press conference of the Special Public Prosecutor’s Office, with such a serious case that opens up an investigation, speaks of the seriousness and correctness for which the Special Prosecution

A salary that isn’t much, but is secure. A so-so health system, but one that does exist. A so-so education system, but one that takes care of the children for one third of the day. A church or mosque located at every corner, for appeasing the souls.  Loans that are easily obtained, as banks give

At the debate organized by CIVIL, leaders of 11 political parties, political initiatives and parties in formation, which are not part of the negotiations for implementing the Przino Agreement, presidents, vice-presidents, former and current MPs – all shared their views concerning the political situation, the negotiations on the reforms, and on whether the conditions for