After the referendum in the UK in whiich British people voted in favour of leaving the EU, Macedonian president Gjorge Ivanov said that he fears that the European Union may follow […]
European Union foreign ministers, meeting on June 20, expressed deep concern at the continuing political crisis in Macedonia, according to statements ...
Macedonian president Gjorge Ivanov has revoked all pardons that he controversially issued in the country’s wiretapping scandal. Ivanov had been ...
Bulgaria’s President and Prime Minister have underlined to visiting Macedonian president Gjorge Ivanov the need to overcome the political crisis ...
Macedonian president Gjorge Ivanov has decided to annul part of the amnesty, withdrawing the decision to pardon 22 political figures out of a total of 56 for whom he granted amnesty […]
Protests are continuing in the Republic of Macedonia, supported by the opposition, against the decision of president Gjorge Ivanov to grant amnesty for politicians, and against the current government. Protesters […]
The Republic of Macedonia’s governing coalition parties, VMRO-DPMNE and BDI (Democratic Union for Integration), voted in parliament on May 18 to postpone the June 5 elections, as the Constitutional Court had […]
The Constitutional Court in the Republic of Macedonia decided on May 18 to evaluate whether the decision for the dissolution of Parliament on February 23 was constitutional or not. Besides this, all […]
Thousands of opposition supporters took to the streets of Skopje and other major cities in the Republic of Macedonia on May 3, continuing to demand the resignation of the country’s […]
The 14th protest in a row was held on the night of April 27 in Skopje, where protesters demanded the postponement of the June 5 elections and the abrogation of the […]