14 August 2003Editor’s note: This article is the second in a two-part series from Macedonia’s Kapital. Click here to read part one. In most cases, non-governmental organizations have no obligation to make detailed reports on the money they spend to anyone except donors. Regulations make room for manipulations of all sorts. To be more exact, […]

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