When CIVIL Media spoke to Mr. Erwan Fouéré in May, 2016, he declared his strong and unwavering support to the Colorful Revolution, in times of an unstoppable wave of anti-regime and pro-democracy protests sweeping across the Republic of Macedonia. In the interview back then, Mr. Fouéré has concluded that the situation in the country has

Maksim Dimitrievski, President of the SDSM Defense Committee, in an interview for CIVIL Media stated that Macedonia’s security is a “result of our Army and above all our citizens”, emphasizing that there cannot be any security in a country that has “transformed into a country of modern slaves”.

Citizens of Macedonia, citizens of the World, June 6th is a date imprinted with blood in our memories. A day when all of us found out about the cruelty and brutality of this government. A day when we understood that the government hid the murder of a child. On exactly five years of the murder

Public statement by CIVIL – Center for Freedom on media freedoms, May 3, 2016. Republic of Macedonia is experiencing media darkness for years. On the World Press Freedom Day, once more, we raise our voice, striving for freedom. We reiterate our strong condemnation of the government’s policies and practices in the media sphere. The government has

At today’s press conference, the President of the Social Democratic Union of Macedonia, Zoran Zaev, confirmed the standpoints given yesterday by SDSM and the united opposition for boycotting the elections set for June 5. He stated that none of the three key conditions of the Przino Agreement – separation of party and state, media reforms

The devastating situation of the Voters Register that we have determined in recent years, does however, show a different situation. More specifically, the Voters Register is in an even worse situation than assumed with all of CIVIL’s assessments and analysis of recent years.

CIVIL – Center for Freedom will present the awards for the second cycle of the “Be a citizen journalist” competition on March 22, Tuesday, beginning at 12.00 pm at the City Park Hotel.

Last night at midnight, the State Election Commission (SEC) closed the option for reporting data inconsistencies in the Voters Register, which existed as an option on the SEC website. The large number of reports that SEC received, from the moment when the online application for verifying the Voters Register was announced, is the reason stated

Employed members of the Union of Women of VMRO-DPMNE suffer strong party pressures and are threatened with penalties of 20 percent of salaries. To them their presence at the Annual Conference is imperative, which will be held on Sunday in Skopje, at which former Prime Minister and party leader Nikola Gruevski is expected to address