Tag Archives: Parliament of Macedonia

Government adopts Prespa Agreement Amendments for Constitutional Changes

The Government adopted during the session held on Wednesday afternoon the Draft-amendments for changes to the Constitution of Macedonia, the core segment of the Prespa Agreement. From the Government they inform that after the adoption, the draft-amendments were officially submitted to the Parliament of Macedonia. According to the Government, after the public debates and the suggestions by the MPs, only ...

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Parliament adopts all Draft-Amendments from Prespa Agreement

At the session held on Monday afternoon, the Parliament of Macedonia adopted the last two draft-amendments for changes to the Constitution of Macedonia. The amendments for constitutional changes are the core of the Prespa Agreement which resolves the name dispute between Macedonia and Greece and secures the Greek support for Macedonia’s integration in NATO and EU. With 64 votes in ...

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Defendants in “27 April Incidents” Case Revoke Witnesses, Evidence

The MPs which are defendants in the judicial case focusing on the incidents that occurred in the Parliament of Macedonia on 27 April 2017, Ljuben Arnaudov, Krsto Mukoski, Saso Vasilevski, Ljupco Dimovski and Johan Tarculovski gave up on the opportunity to provide defence before the court in this case. The lawyer of Mukoski informed that his client has withdrawn on ...

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