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Beginn: 09/92

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Second round local elections held in environment respecting fundamental freedoms – OSCE (30.10.2017)

The second round of mayoral elections in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia were competitive and respect for fundamental freedoms contributed towards conduct of democratic elections, the observers from the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) concluded in a...

Municipal elections competitive, fundamental freedoms respected, observers say (16.10.2017)

The holding of the 15 October municipal elections in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia contributed to strengthening confidence in the democratic process, international observers concluded in a preliminary statement released today.

OSCE/ODIHR opens observation mission for municipal elections in Macedonia (13.09.2017)

[…] The mission is led by Ambassador Audrey Glover and consists of a core team of 16 experts based in Skopje and 20 long-term observers, … . In addition, ODIHR will request that OSCE participating States provide 300 short-term observers, who will arrive several days before election day.

Macedonian Albanian party presses Zaev on language law (13.07.2017)

Macedonia's new reformist government faces it first big test after a small coalition partner, the DPA - Movement for Reforms, said it would quit the Social Democrat-led government if it fails to adopt a law extending the official use of Albanian by early September.

New Macedonia PM signals willingness to tackle row with Greece (08.06.2017)

Macedonia’s new Prime Minister, Zoran Zaev, has signaled a possible shift in the country’s sour relations with neighbouring Greece, which have blocked Skopje’s efforts to join the European Union and NATO.

Macedonia parliament approves new government after prolonged stalemate (31.05.2017)

Macedonia's parliament has approved a new Social Democrat-led coalition government, headed up by Prime Minister Zoran Zaev, who has vowed economic prosperity, EU and NATO integration, and zero tolerance for corruption.

Macedonia’s parliament likely to delay local elections (16.05.2017)

[…] Local elections should have been concluded already. However, because of the political crisis over the former ruling VMRO DPMNE party's refusal to allow a transition of power to the new majority after the December elections, parliament has been unable to convene and set the date for local...

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