Constitutional changes are finally approved in Macedonia, but most of the exultation is from the international community.19 November 2001 SKOPJE, Macedonia--After a long haul, the Macedonian parliament on 16 November adopted 15 changes to the country's constitution, only a day before the document's 10th anniversary. The move came after an extended process of negotiations, bickering […]

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