Την ώρα που στην Ελλάδα έχουμε ακόμα ένα συνέδριο του ΟΥΡΑΝΙΟΥ ΤΟΞΟΥ ελεύθερα και αβίαστα όπως σε κάθε δημοκρατική χώρα και την ίδια ώρα που οι γνωστοί Προπαγανδιστικοί κύκλοι των Σκοπίων επιμένουν να κάνουν λόγο για δήθεν καταπίεση μειονοτήτων και άρνηση του Δικαιώματος του Αυτο-προσδιορισμού, ας θυμηθούμε ξανά πως οι ίδιοι οι Σκοπιανοί γελοιοποιούν τους εαυτούς τους με το να αρνούνται πεισματικά και άκρως υποκριτικά στους ίδιους τους πολίτες τους όλα όσα…. κατηγορούν τους άλλους!!!
AS TO THE ADMISSIBILITY OF
Application no. 74651/01
by the Association of citizens “Radko” and Paunkovski
against the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
lodged on 30 July 2001
The European Court of Human Rights (Fifth Section), sitting on 8 July 2008 as a Chamber composed of:
Peer Lorenzen, President,
Mirjana Lazarova Trajkovska, judges,
and Claudia Westerdiek, Section Registrar,
Having regard to the above application lodged on 30 July 2001,
Having regard to the initial observations submitted by the respondent Government and the observations in reply submitted by the applicants in 2006,
Having regard to their additional observations of September 2007 and May 2008,
Having regard to the comments submitted by the Bulgarian Government who had exercised their right to intervene (Article 36 § 1 of the Convention and Rule 44),
Having regard to the parties’ and the third party’s oral submissions at the hearing on 19 June 2008,
Having deliberated, decides as follows:
The first applicant is the Association of Citizens “Radko” (“the Association”). The second applicant is Mr Vladimir Paunkovski, the Chairman of the Association, who has dual Macedonian and Bulgarian nationality. He was born in 1954 and lives in Ohrid, in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. The applicants are represented before the Court by Mr Y. Grozev and Mr B. Boev, both lawyers practising in Sofia, Bulgaria. At the oral hearing on 19 June 2008, Mr Y. Grozev was also assisted by Mrs N. Dobreva.
The Macedonian Government (“the Government”) are represented by their Agent, Mrs R. Lazareska Gerovska.
The Bulgarian Government (“the third-party intervener”) are represented by their Agents, Mrs M. Kotzeva and Ms S. Atanasova; only the latter attended the oral hearing.
A. The circumstances of the case
The facts of the case, as submitted by the parties, may be summarised as follows.
On 24 May 2000 ten Macedonian nationals, including the second applicant, founded the Association in the city of Ohrid. On 19 June 2000 the Ohrid Court of First Instance registered the Association in the register of associations of citizens and foundations under the following name: “Association of Citizens Radko-Ohrid”.
After the opening speech by the chairman of the Association and a solemn performance of the anthem of Todor Alexandrov, three young men threw gas bombs inside the conference hall, which caused a temporary delay. Some of the participants started to beat and kick the young men. The latter managed to escape, but a retired journalist was injured. According to the daily newspaper “Utrinski vesnik” of 30 October 2000, he sustained a “fracture of his left hand and blood on his face”.
There was a strong media campaign before and after the launch of the Association, condemning its foundation and functioning as contrary to the Macedonian national identity. The Association was described as “fascist” and as rehabilitating “terrorism and fascism, which were the basic characteristics of Hitler’s collaborator Vančo Mihajlov” (excerpts from the newspapers “Utrinski vesnik“, mentioned above, and “Dnevnik” from 24 October 2000).
In or about October 2000 three practising lawyers from Skopje, together with a political party and the Association of War Veterans from the Second World War filed a petition before the Constitutional Court challenging the conformity of the Association’s Articles and Programme with Article 20 of the Constitution. They also challenged the lawfulness of the Ohrid court’s decision to register the Association
The petitioners, inter alia, stressed that:
“…the aims of the Association are the infiltration of Bulgarian linguistic elements into the Macedonian language and alphabet
“The Association promotes Vančo’s (meaning Ivan Mihajlov’s) ideology for a change in the national conscience of the Macedonian people in favour of another one, which destroys the Macedonian national texture and leads to the encouragement of and incitement to national hatred and intolerance. The Association rehabilitates and legalises terrorism and fascism as crucial characteristics of the work of Hitler’s collaborator Vančo Mihajlov, as an “act of holy liberation” and as a legacy that is left to someone to complete…The Slavs from Macedonia who appeared as Bulgarians (Болгари) throughout the centuries…are unknown in the Republic of Macedonia. They do not exist as a nation, any nationality or legitimate entity whatsoever. There are only Macedonians in Macedonia, and there also might be Bulgarians, Serbs…as affiliated to different people and nations. However, there are no “Slavs from Macedonia-Bulgarians”.
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Αυτά λοιπόν για το πως αντιλαμβάνονται και εφαρμόζουν οι ίδιοι οι Σκοπιανοί το δικαίωμα του “αυτο-προσδιορισμού” στους ίδιους τους πολίτες τους. Αν λοιπόν στο συνέδριο του ΟΥΡΑΝΙΟΥ ΤΟΞΟΥ βλέπουμε πανώ για το “Ελληνικό Apartheid” ενώ οι ίδιοι ελεύθερα κάνουν συνέδρια εφόσον αναγνωρίζονται απο το επίσημο Ελληνικό κράτος χωρίς να μπουκάρουν μέσα νεαροί και να τους πετάνε μπόμπες, με το ΣΚΟΠΙΑΝΟ APARTHEID ΠΟΥ ΑΠΑΓΟΡΕΥΕΙ την λειτουργία αντίστοιχων οργανώσεων στο κράτος των Σκοπίων, ΤΙ ΘΑ ΓΙΝΕΙ???
By Giannis I.
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