Ending a six months-long political deadlock, Macedonia’s parliament endorsed late Wednesday a new government led by the Social Democrats in coalition with ethnic Albanian parties.
On Monday morning, somebody threw hard objects and several eggs at the public office of President Gjorge Ivanov in Tetovo in northwest Macedonia, according to local Macedonian media.
Embattled Macedonian prime minister Nikola Gruevski and opposition leader Zoran Zaev reached an agreement on an interim government in the early hours of this morning after weeks of stalling that threatened to disrupt stability in the country’s already fragile political environment.
Time may be running out for Macedonia’s Euro-Atlantic integration dreams.
Macedonian opposition leader Zoran Zaev has released a batch of tapes that appear to feature the voice of Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski admitting to fraudulent land acquisition and laughing about the deliberate sabotage of a former ally.
Dossiers of personal information have been handed out to a group of journalists in Macedonia by opposition leader Zoran Zaev, who told them the files were proof they had been the targets of surveillance by security services.
More than 20,000 Macedonians have been illegally wire-tapped in an operation ordered by Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski, the country's main opposition leader has claimed.
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