Stojan Andov (56), a former federal government presidential candidate before Markovic, a former Yugoslav ambassador to Iraq during the Gulf war, the present president of the Macedonian Parliament and the president of the Macedonian Reformists Party, is one of the Macedonian politicians who have created Macedonian “active and peace-oriented” politics of inter-republic coexistence and non-interference […]

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