Xhabir Deralla, President of CIVIL – Center for Freedom yesterday met with Zoran Zaev, President of SDSM, with the purpose for them to mutually get informed from first hand on the current activities and efforts for overcoming the crisis in the country.

H.E. Dr. Christine D. Althauser, Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany will give an opening speech at the promotion of the publication “Elections 2016: Final Report of the long-term observation of the political process and early parliamentary elections in Republic of Macedonia”, published by CIVIL – Center for Freedom. The promotion will be held

Macedonia, even after over a month has passed since the elections, still has no government. Designate Nikola Gruevski, leader of VMRO-DPMNE and former Prime Minister of Macedonia (resigned a year ago, as part of the items contained in the Przino Agreement) failed to form a new government, although his party won 51 seats at the

For the Macedonian Center for Culture and Development (MCCD), the elections last Sunday were a “celebration of democracy, carried out without any incidents, at all polling stations, in all the cities and villages of Republic of Macedonia”, and according to this NGO, “this speaks about the maturing of the entire nation” and “confirms the development

“The Minister who used to say that we have no money for bread, yet we are eating chocolate, has showed that he too must leave the boat that is sinking. Money has ran out, so the godfather has to leave! It is only in this story that they want the godfather to leave, but for

CIVIL – Center for Freedom and many other relevant institutions, organizations and experts and national and international level have given explicit assessments that not even minimum conditions have been created for holding free and credible elections on June 5. VMRO-DPMNE has decided to go for elections alone, and thus confronted the entire domestic and worldwide