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Protests against corruption and fraud in Macedonia

AP Photo/Boris Grdanoski

Nikola Dimitrov, Distinguished Fellow at the Hague Institute, in this recent interview with the Bulgarian National TV, discussed the ongoing protests against impunity in Macedonia, triggered by President Ivanov’s blanket pardon of 56 politicians and their henchmen under (now halted) investigations of electoral fraud, corruption and a number of other massive wrongdoings. He emphasized the urgent need for bolder engagement, as well as a clear stand by the European Union.

 

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