Second night of protests in Skopje

Thousands of citizens held a quiet protest in Skopje on the night of May 6 in front of the parliament of the country, as police did not allow them to protest in front of the government building.

Protesters reiterated their demand for the resignation of the government and PM Nikola Gruevski, for concealing facts on the murder of a young Macedonian man in June 2011 by a security staff member.

Last night’s protest was quiet and without incidents, except for the fact that several protesters threw eggs and other things toward the parliament building.

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