In Macedonia, an amnesty is declared but constitutional changes are slow to be implemented.15 October 2001 SKOPJE, Macedonia–The Macedonian peace process is moving, but with slow and uncertain steps. On 9 October, Macedonian President Boris Trajkovski–using the amnesty model tried in southern Serbia to integrate and disarm the Kosovo Liberation Army–pardoned the voluntarily disarmed ethnic […]

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