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Ermira Mehmeti has received threats and her car was broken into

The former DUI MP, Ermira Mehmeti, last night, through her Facebook profile, published that her car was damaged and that she had been receiving threats. “Threats, blackmail or a message so they can silence me? You can continue to smash the glass on my car, you can send me threatening messages, you can even continue with anonymous calls at midnight..but...

SPO to open two new investigations on Thursday

The Special Public Prosecutor’s Office scheduled a press conference on Thursday at 11:0am where they will announce two more investigations. The Prosecution announced this through their “Twitter” page, and their official website, as well as their “Facebook” profile. https://twitter.com/S_J_O_/status/788345577213943808 The SPO’s last press conference was on September 28, where the Special Public Prosecution announced two cases code-named “Vault”, where the prime suspects...

Special Public Prosecution: The Court missed their chance to make history in Macedonia

The Special Public Prosecutor's Office today through its official “Facebook” page expressed disappointment with the court's decision and said that they will appeal. "The Criminal Court of Skopje so far missed their opportunity to be make history in Macedonia. Appeals will follow!” - reads the status posted on the site. The Basic Court Skopje 1, last night questioned the suspects regarding electoral...

Ahmeti: I welcome SDSM’s decision to remain in Government and Parliament

Last night DUI leader Ali Ahmeti, through his "Facebook" profile welcomed the decision of the opposition SDSM to remain part of the process of resolving the country's political crisis through active participation in Parliament and in Government, as well as working groups to implement the Przhino Agreement. “I hope that in the coming days all political parties will contribute to...

Ahmeti: SDSM should respect the Przhino Agreement

SDSM should respect what was agreed at Przhino and agree to participate in the elections on April 24, urged the DUI leader Ali Ahmeti, through his Facebook profile. He calls upon the largest opposition party to remain committed to the implementation of the obligations of the Agreement. “Together, we agreed that elections will be held on April 24. SDSM should...

Simone Filippini: It is a time for a change in Macedonia

Simone Filippini, former Ambassador of the Netherlands in Macedonia, on her page on a social network "Facebook", posted a message that it is time for a change in Macedonia. "It is time for a change in Macedonia. With positive management and responsible leadership, the country can develop. As far as I can see and hear about it, the Macedonian citizens...

Facebook profile of “Teachers’ plenum” blocked

Immediately after the peaceful protest of "Teachers’ plenum" in front of the Ministry of Education, administrators of Facebook profile of the plenum noted that they could not log in. Profile was reported as fake and administrators of Facebook blocked/revoked it, say representatives of "Teachers’ plenum". - I cannot believe that this profile bothered someone so much in order to call...

“Facebook”: Macedonian authorities have requested data for eight users

Macedonian authorities in the last six months of last year filed five requests for data for eight users and profiles on the social network "Facebook," reads the the last report of the company. According to the largest social network, relating to the requirements of the world's governments for information about its users, there is a slight reduction in the requests...

Informational spring in Macedonia with “Twitter” and “YouTube”

Student marches and protests, Zaev’s "bomb" and now the "counter-bomb" of the Anonymous and the case with young Tamara from Veles are the topics which overloaded social networks. Unlike Twitter community, which tirelessly tweeted and shared information on these topics, traditional media partially shared or fully ignored it. They are slowly losing the battle with time, so the information...

Facebook group demands occupation and “liberation” of MRTV

On the social network "Facebook", yesterday appeared a group called "Let’s return MRT to the citizens", which gained nearly 4,000 supporters in less than 24 hours after it was formed. "If MTV doesn’t wise up, occupation of the building will follow! If we are so democratically developed country, why are citizens ignored on the public service? We have to reclaim...