CIVIL – Centre for Freedom held a successful public debate today in hotel “City Park” in Skopje, with representatives of political parties that are not part of the negotiations to overcome the political crisis. They developed a rich discussion and argued on the reasons that have been pushing Macedonia for a decade to a dead

Vlado Cingoski, a lawyer from Ohrid, a former official of the SDSM, testified to serious manipulations of all the election processes conducted so far in the Republic of Macedonia. He gave striking data on the situation in recent years and now, on the abuses and pressures, as well as on the controversial role of the

The speech of the lawyer Vlado Chingoski at the public event “All for Free Elections”, which CIVIL organized last Saturday in Ohrid, received much attention not only from the Ohrid public, but also broader. First of all, as organizers of the event, CIVIL reacted to the portal Ohrid1, for a mistake in the journalist interpretation

Gruevski has revoked the decision of VMRO-DPMNE for selling state-owned property, a cultural heritage, something that belongs to all the citizens. It seems he has “an ear for citizens’ concerns”, or, translated, the ‘supreme leader”, who even though currently holds no state function, yet still calls the shots in the state institutions, has somehow taken

The European Court of Human Rights lately ruled that it is illegal for a government of a state to conduct mass wiretapping on its citizens. In a trial that didn’t receive any publicity in Hungary, the Court ruled that the Hungarian government had violated Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights (the right

At the meeting of the ruling party’s Union of Women, former Prime Minister and leader of VMRO-DPMNE Nikola Gruevski, has perhaps sent the most strongest, harshest and confrontational messages to his political opponents since last year’s meetings that he organized throughout the country, through which he tried to lessen the anger of the citizens in

Members of the VMRO-DPMNE Union of Women left Skopje cold and starved. A large number of buses from throughout the country transported several thousand women today, in order for them to participate at the party conference. This morning they stood in the cold waiting to get on the buses, freezing in the Jane Sandanski Sport