Court bans Stojan Andov’s book
In his book, Andov implies Ljubomir Frckoski's involvement in Kiro Gligorov's assassination attempt Former Parliament Speaker Stojan Andov was surprised by the decision of the Basic Court Skopje 2, according to which the sale of his book "To the Assassination and After It" is temporarily banned. Andov in the book implies the involvement of Ljubomir Frckoski in the assassination attempt of former President Kiro Gligorov. Professor Frckoski recently filed a lawsuit for defamation and insult. - This is unbelievab...
Pendarovski and Siljanovska-Davkova submit presidential candidacies
Representatives of the main political parties SDSM and VMRO-DPMNE submitted the presidential candidacies of their candidates Stevo Pendarovski and Gordana Siljanovska-Davkova to the State Election Commission today. Aleksandar Kiracovski, head of the SDSM election HQ, submitted the presidential candidacy of Stevo Pendarovski. “I assure you that the campaign will be peaceful and civil, reflecting our democratic society,” said Kiracovski and urged all political parties to conduct European-like campaigns that bri...
The road to Vodno begins and ends in Ohrid
According to certain hints, Ohrid will be at the center of the forthcoming election campaign for president of the country, which is expected, given the overlap with the extraordinary elections for mayor of this municipality, which is considered one of the most attractive in the country, and there were frequent oscillations in the political mood of the citizens in the past. VMRO-DPMNE, traditionally, chose Ohrid for the upcoming elections as the starting position for the campaign, which begins on April 1st. SDSM, me...
The diaspora doesn’t care who will be the next president
A record low turnout of the diaspora is observed in this election campaign, so that the final number of Macedonian citizens who can vote in the diplomatic-consular representation country has reduced to 1,782 voters. According to the information, these are people who are registered in the Voter’s list and will now be placed in a special report as voters who will exercise their right to vote outside the country. Given that there isn’t any precise data on how many of the registered voters in the Voter’s list are ou...
Special Prosecutor’s Office sparks a debate between majority and opposition
The fate of the Special Prosecutor’s Office, which was set up to investigate registered conversations incriminating the previous government, has triggered a political debate in Skopje. According to the government, the Special Prosecutor’s Office must be a special institution, while the opposition wants this institution to be part of the General Attorney’s Office. Meanwhile, the opposition has requested changes to be made in the prosecutors who work in this institution, starting with chief prosecutor Katica Janev...