Category: FYROM Human Rights

Ethnic Albanians group in FYROM calls protest

By KONSTANTIN TESTORIDES Associated Press 2009-06-12 11:04 PM A group of prominent ethnic Albanian nationalists including a military commander who brought FYROM to the brink of civil war said Friday they will organize a demonstration to demand a new constitution. The protesters said they will stage the protest June 23 in FYROM’s capital, Skopje. They want to create a federal state […]

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Branko Geroski Criticizes the Dogmatism of FYROMian Government [16-IV-2009]

Branko Geroski, editor-in-chief of “Sega” weekly, attacks the stubborn lack of desire by the Government of FYROM to find a compromise solution in the name dispute between Skoplje and Athens.

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Η Συγκλονιστική Μαρτυρία της Ελληνίδας Δημοσιογράφου που δέχτηκε Επίθεση σε ξενοδοχείο στα Σκόπια

Η Συγκλονιστική Μαρτυρία της Ελληνίδας Δημοσιογράφου που δέχτηκε Επίθεση σε ξενοδοχείο στα Σκόπια

    By Anastasios    Συγκλονιστική είναι η περιγραφή της Ελληνίδας δημοσιογράφου, θύμα της αποτρόπαιας επίθεσης και ληστείας σε κεντρικό ξενοδοχείο πέντε αστέρων των Σκοπίων απο δύο αγνώστους. Η αήθης αυτή επίθεση έρχεται να προστεθεί σε μια σειρά απο ακραίες ενέργειες και προκλήσεις κατοίκων των Σκοπίων εναντίων Ελλήνων. Οι Έλληνες επισκέπτες στα Σκόπια έχουν πλέον να αντιμετωπίσουν αναίτιες επιθέσεις από […]

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The Birth of a Clone State – Part VI

The Birth of a Clone State – Part VI

The Birth of a Clone State   Part VI By Georgios Gialtouridis The term clone is derived from κλών (klon), the Greek word for twig or branch, referring to the process whereby a new plant can be created from a twig.   In statements to a human rights activist investigating human rights abuses in the former Yugoslavia, Dimitris Petrusis, a […]

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Press cuttings related to CANA UN Rally for the Greek minority in FYROM

Press cuttings related to CANA UN Rally for the Greek minority in FYROM

  http://www.sofiatimes.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=11885&Itemid=85

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EU anti-torture investigators blast FYROM

European anti-torture investigators say FYROM should stop chaining up prison inmates and do more to fight corruption and inhuman conditions in its jails.   Human rights watchdog the Council of Europe sent FYROM a copy of its most recent report into torture in the former Yugoslav republic, and asked its government in a letter to comply with its recommendations. FYROM should “provide […]

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Greek minority of FYROM

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Greek Encyclopaedia “Helios” of 19th Dec. 1947

Greek Encyclopaedia “Helios” of 19th Dec. 1947

Another evidence that shatters the totally absurb claims of FYROM propaganda about banning of the term “Macedonia” in Greece prior to 1988 is “Helios”. “Helios” was a Greek Encyclopaedia whose full title was “Neoteron Egkyclopaediko Lexikon Helios”. It was renamed from “The Weekly Encyclopaedic Review ‘Helios’ and it was published in Athens between 1945 and 1960. In its edition of 19th Dec. 1947, […]

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Helsinki committee roasts the omburdsman and police unit “ALFA”

HELSINKI COMMITTEE ROASTS THE OMBUDSMAN AND POLICE UNIT “ALFA” The Macedonian Helsinki Committee (HC) has severely criticized the work of the Ombudsman and of the police unit “Alfa” in its report on human rights dating from December 2005 and January 2006. HC claims that there have been overwhelming evidence showing that police unit “Alfa” has been directly involved in violation […]

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There are no secret prison in FYROM, only secret police houses

Skopje February 16, 2006 MIRJANA NAJCEVSKA – THERE ARE NO SECRET PRISON IN FYROM, ONLY SECRET POLICE HOUSES “There are no secret prison in Macedonia, but only secret police houses where people are been tortured“, Helsinki Committee’s (HC) President, Mirjana Najcevska told “Makfax”, commenting on the case of Kaled el-Masri. “The Council of Europe is wrong when saying that the […]

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