A large portrait depicting the VMRO-DPMNE leader Nikola Gruevski, was painted in the colours of the”Colourful Revolution” before the they hurled paint at the building that is the home of the former Prime Minister.

The protest ended there, which today, many protesters celebrated as a small anniversary – one month after the first protest ( in this link there is a visual display of the chronology of the protests from April 12 until today).

 

Outside the home of the former Prime Minister spoke Sanja Lukarevski, who said that more than 630,000 young, educated and progressive people had emigrated from the country, and 600 million euros were spent on the project “Skopje 2014”.

“Every day I walk with you from one baroque to another. They took ten years of my youth, your youth, harassing us and making us discriminated against on any grounds, and it ended up with these shameful pardons. For ten years we have screamed and cried from their repressive policies. Every second citizen has had an account blocked. Enough! We will fight for our freedom”, said Lukarevski.

Protesters previously coloured the building where the market inspection is housed. They carried banners saying, “Bailiffs instead of investors are breathing down our necks”, “Market Inspection is breaking the market economy” and “We trample on fear.”