Those who block the development of parliamentary life in Macedonia today must be aware of the responsibility they are taking on. I am sorry that the Macedonian Constitution does not have provisions for punishing such irresponsible behavior of deputies, said Svetomir Skaric, Professor of Constitutional Law in Skopje Compared to other former Yugoslav republics where […]

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