Thirty year old civil engineer Branko Crvenkovski was recently appointed prime minister of Macedonia. In a very short time, Mr. Branko Crvenkovski (a social-democrat) formed a government together with the representatives of the Party of Democratic Change (which rallies ethnic Albanians in Macedonia), the Liberals (former Reformists), the Democratic Union of Turks, the Socialist Party […]
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