Monthly Archives: December 2018

Making Good Fashion Blog

Remember there are many and lots of style bloggers, but if you will get an outstanding and specific design (and the time) you are going to surely identify your way. Your website has to be at least an individual year-old. There is much more than you can perform in order to your site however , you have to ensure that ...

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Three protest Leaders receive Amnesty over 27 April case

On Friday, three of the leaders of the protests in 2017, Vlado Jovanovski, Boris Damovski and Bogdan Ilievski, received an amnesty within the frameworks of the process concerning the 27 April 2017 attacks in Parliament. That means that 15 persons, including the MPs, were amnestied. The remaining 14 didn’t meet the conditions. According to the Criminal Court, the process to ...

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House arrest for Mijalkov, Janakieski, Bozinovski, Arsovska and Josifovic

Judge Vesna Dimiskova didn’t make a decision on Friday to replace the detention measure with house arrest for the former Director of the Security and Counter-Intelligence Administration (UBK), Saso Mijalkov, because the Special Prosecutor’s Office’s (SPO) proposal to annul the measure was incomplete and she returned to the SPO to be amended. Once an appropriate proposal is filed, a decision ...

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Politicians deliver Video addresses on Occasion of New Year’s

In a video address on the occasion of New Year’s on Sunday, President Gjorge Ivanov said that everyone wants to forget 2018 as soon as possible and 2019 to be a year when the wishes and dreams of all citizens come true. In it, he underlines the importance of fundamental human values. “Let’s be brave before the call of responsibility ...

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President Ivanov urges MPs to reject Name deal in Address before Parliament

In his last annual address before Parliament, on Friday, President Gjorge Ivanov urged MPs to reject the name deal and not to support the constitutional changes. According to him, the price of solving the name dispute is legal and historical humiliation of the Macedonian people. Regarding the name deal with Bulgaria, Ivanov said it deconstructed Macedonia’s history. As far as ...

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Reactions to Ivanov’s speech in Parliament

Commenting on Gjorge Ivanov’s address to Parliament, the Government said the President continued to divide Macedonia’s citizens and obstruct their progress by spreading lies and hate. As it was added in the press-release, Ivanov can only talk about his mandate’s failure because Macedonia is set on the success road. “Ivanov is a politician that isn’t committed to Macedonia’s strategic interest,” ...

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Ktozias Optimistic about Skopje-Athens relations and Name deal Ratification

Former Greek FM Nikos Kotzias is convinced that the most friendsly relations between countries in Europe will be the ones “between North Macedonia and Greece”. According to him, the Prespa Agreement will have a positive effect on both countries once it is ratified. Kotzias adds that will likely meet Macedonian FM Nikola Dimitrov at a conference in March in Athens. ...

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Road Conditions, 31.12.2018

Good driving conditions are reported throughout the country, on mostly dry roads. Certain roadways passing through valleys and canyons can be susceptible to light rockslides, such as Kocani – Makedonska Kamenica – Delcevo, Vinica – Berovo, Gostivar – Straza, Mavrovo – Debar – Struga, Demir Kapija – Udovo, Katlanovo – Veles, Krusevo – Demir Hisar, and Resen – Bukovo. Motorists ...

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Empire case: Detention measure for Kamcev replaced With house Arrest

The Special Prosecutor’s Office (SPO) proposed a house arrest measure for businesspersons Orce Kamcev and Cvetan Pandeleski and their associates, who are in detention within the frameworks of the Empire case, but also for former Government Sec Gen Kiril Bozinovski and ex-Minister of Transport and Communications Mile Janakieski, who are defendants in the Titanic case. As the institution headed by ...

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PPO receives 66 amnesty Requests from Criminal Court

On Thursday, the Criminal Court said the amnesty requests submitted to it over the case concerning the 27 April 2017 attacks in Parliament had been sent to the relevant prosecutor’s office for an opinion. Once the opinion is obtained, the Court will make within the legal deadline decisions that will be submitted to the parties. The public will be informed ...

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