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Some Interim Agreement violations by FYROM from 1995 till today

Some Interim Agreement violations by FYROM from 1995 till today

    20th March 2011    On Monday 21st March 2011 through to Wednesday 30th March 2011 the last public hearing process of the case between FYROM (Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia) and Greece will take place at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague. The FYROM accuses Greece of breaching the terms of the Interim Agreement signed […]

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Macedonian News – Another Violation of the Interim Accord by FYROM’s Regime

Macedonian News – Another Violation of the Interim Accord by FYROM’s Regime

The so called pious commitment of Skopje to the express provisions of the Interim Accord continues. The Photo was found at BGeyes. Milososki, a few days ago may have officially denied that Skopjeans violated the Interim Accord, but the facts that expose him are undeniable. We present visual documentation from the speech made by the Prime Minister of FYROM, Nikola […]

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Πολιτική κρίση στα Σκόπια

Πολιτική κρίση στα Σκόπια

Aνήσυχες είναι οι Βρυξέλλες για την τεταμένη πολιτική κατάσταση στην ΠΓΔΜ και την Αλβανία, μετά την αποχώρηση της αντιπολίτευσης από το Kοινοβούλιο στα Σκόπια και τα αιματηρά επεισόδια σε βάρος της αντιπολίτευσης στα Τίρανα. Τους φόβους της για την κατάσταση που επικρατεί στην ΠΓΔΜ εξέφρασε χθες και επισήμως η Ευρωπαϊκή Επιτροπή, τονίζοντας παράλληλα την ανάγκη το σύνολο των πολιτικών κομμάτων […]

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THE LOBOTOMY OF LIBERTY IN FYROM: THE CASE OF DESTRUCTION OF ANTI-

THE LOBOTOMY OF LIBERTY IN FYROM: THE CASE OF DESTRUCTION OF ANTI-

THE LOBOTOMY OF LIBERTY IN FYROM: THE CASE OF DESTRUCTION OF ANTI- GRUEVISTIC A1 TV THROUGH MASS ARREST OF ITS JOURNALISTS   Vasko Gligorijević    Nikola Gruevski, the Prime Minister of Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) demonstrated, encouraged by absence of proper, tough approach from legitimate factors that represent values of European civilization, by far the most extreme form […]

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Catherine Vida: ” 300,000 Greeks live in FYROM”

Catherine Vida: ” 300,000 Greeks live in FYROM”

Catherine Vida, 64 years old, daughter of a Democratic Army rebel immigrated to FYROM after a long journey to the Iron Curtain countries. Her family lost the Greek citizenship but not the Greek nationality. She lives and strives for Greece, she is ready to die for Greece and she teaches Greek in Prilep ( Perlepe),where she lives. Now she is […]

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PM Gruevski´s hardline policy leaves FYROM out of NATO summit yet again

PM Gruevski´s hardline policy leaves FYROM out of NATO summit yet again

PM Gruevski´s hardline policy leaves FYROM out of NATO summit yet again Australian Macedonian Advisory Council    November 26, 2010    FYROM Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski´s hardline policy to his country´s naming dispute with Greece has once again caused FYROM to not be invited to take part in the latest NATO summit (where new members are then invited to join […]

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FYROM: Media critical of Gruevski’s Nationalistic Government effectively being dismantled

FYROM: Media critical of Gruevski’s Nationalistic Government effectively being dismantled

Photo @ Echedoros-a Blog Freedom of the press is in decline in FYROM and things are getting worst each day. According to a recent announcement of  FYROM’s A1, found on its Website: “ Α1 Channel is under Police Siege. More than 10 policemen and many police cars surrounded the building of our Channel and do not permit anyone to enter or get […]

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Three Scenarios on FYRΟΜ

Three Scenarios on FYRΟΜ

Skopje Koha e Re 01 Sep 10 p 3   Report by Afrim Tanallari: “Three Scenarios on [FYR]Macedonia”   Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski’s resignation along the lines of the Croatian model; a snap parliamentary election along with a referendum on a compromise with Greece; and a technical or an expert government are the three possible scenarios that might happen if […]

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SDSM: “Gruevski’s appeal for unity is hypocritical”

SDSM: “Gruevski’s appeal for unity is hypocritical”

FYROM’s PM Gruevski appealed during Ilinden’s celebrations for “unity on crucial national issues”, but this appeal was strongly criticized by the opposing SDSM as hypocritical. According to the SDSM announcement “If he [Gruevski] requests that we are united on decisions such as in the latest case where Martin Trenevski, famous for his anti-NATO and anti-EU standpoints, is appointed Ambassador to NATO, then we […]

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FYROM’s Constitutional Court decides against Gruevski’s government plans on the Albanian first-graders

FYROM’s Constitutional Court decides against Gruevski’s government plans on the Albanian first-graders

The constitutional Court of FYROM justified ethnic Albanians on the controversial issue of which ethnic Albanian students should start learning the Official language of the State, in the second term of the first grade. The decision of the FYROM’s Ministry of Education had sparked a serious uproar from Ethnic Albanians in FYROM.  Parties, politicians and NGOs of Albanian background declared that this decision was […]

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