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CIVIL – Center for Freedom, at the second anniversary of the May 5th protests and of the brutal confrontation of the police with the non-violent protestors, is reminding the public that those responsible for the serious crisis, crime and trampling of human rights, remain free and continue to destabilize Republic of Macedonia.

CIVIL – Center for Freedom strongly condemned the physical attack on the journalist from TV 24, Hristijan Banevski, during yesterday’s protests.   “Journalists, who are doing their jobs of informing the public on the events, are beaten. Human rights activists and public figures are attacked. This is unacceptable and it has to stop immediately! This

The early, historic, parliamentary elections in Macedonia did not solve the long-lasting political crisis in the country, but rather deepened it. A week after elections and Macedonia is at crossroads. Citizens need to decide whether they will choose Euro-Atlantic integrations or vice-versa, will contribute for Macedonia to move towards self-isolation. The situation has become more

Over 10,000 people took the streets of Skopje, Macedonia starting at 18 hrs CET, today. The prodemocracy protests started with gathering in front of the Special Public Prosecutor’s office in sign of support, and continued towards the buildings of the parliament and the government. 

Prodemocracy protests in Macedonia will continue today, starting at 18 hrs CET. The protest will, again, start with gathering in front of the Special Public Prosecutor’s office in sign of support, and will continue through the streets of Skopje. Another protest in Bitola is scheduled today, as well.