3 December 1999 SKOPJE-Poll-rigging and other alleged irregularities might soon be seen as the most innocuous consequences of the disputed Macedonian presidential election. Much more worrisome in the long-term is the effect the divisive campaign and heated post-election atmosphere will have on the country’s delicate ethnic balance. In the first round of presidential elections, held […]

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