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VMRO-DPMNE submitted a proposal for the Macedonian Parliament to dissolve on the 12th of February

VMRO-DPMNE's party leader Hristijan Mickoski announced that his party has submitted an initiative for the Parliament to dissolve on the 12th of February. -We call upon all political parties in the state including SDSM to take part in the initiative and to support it, and on the 12th of February as was previously scheduled, the Parliament to dissolve -...

Macedonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs is working on a new law in order to modernize and reform the diplomatic service

The Macedonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) is preparing a draft law on foreign affairs that will determine the authority, organization and the scope of the ministry. "The goal of the new law is to reform the diplomatic service towards modernization and professionalization, and drawing it near the modern European diplomatic services" informs the press release about the preparation...

Snap elections will delay the census next year

The Director of the State Statistical Office, Apostol Simovski said that the decision for organizing snap parliamentary elections on the 12th of April will jeopardize the term planned for conducting the census of the population, households and the apartments. -The period during April is inconvenient for the implementation of the census taking into account the elections that have been called...

Mickoski: Their fight is to keep Zaev and the government away from the responsibility for their crimes

The truth is that their main fight is to keep Zoran Zaev and the people in the government away from being held responsible for the crimes, said VMRO-DPMNE's party leader Hristijan Mickoski during today's press conference regarding the failed leadership meeting. "Up until late in the night we saw a picture of a pupil, drowned in crime and pale as...

The government is preparing a new law on taxation of motor vehicles based upon CO2 emissions

The Ministry of Finance is preparing a draft bill for taxing motor vehicles. In the explanation that was published by ingle National Electronic Register of Regulations of the Republic of Macedonia, it is stated that with the new Law on excise the taxation of traveler vehicles is not a subject of interest by this law. "Because it will be...

Law on public prosecution will be passed under an expedited procedure at the Parliament

The Law on public prosecution that will solve the future status of the Special Public Prosecution (SPO) is on today's agenda of the 108th Parliamentary session. The law will enter into a parliamentary procedure with a European flag and under an expedited procedure. Yesterday, the Minister of Justice Renata Deskoska said there is no progress in the negotiations about...

Deskoska: No progress in the negotiations on the Law on public prosecution

The Minister of Justice, Renata Deskoska said that there is no progress in the negotiations on the Law on public prosecution, after the meeting between the working group ended. -We talked about the issues that were open since the very start among which is the status of the cases led by SPO. The key unsurmountable difference refers to this...

Joveski has sent the request to the Parliament for an authentic interpretation of Article 22 of the Law on the SPO

The Public Prosecutor Ljubomir Joveski has sent today his request to the Parliament for an authentic interpretation of Article 22 of the Law on the Special Public Prosecution. This act followed when the expert collegium of the Public Prosecution at a meeting a week ago decided that the legal opinion of the Supreme Court for the cases under the...

The government will change a legislation in order to determine the salaries of Vice-Prime Ministers

The Ministry of Labor and Social Policy is preparing amendments to the Law on salaries for elected and appointed persons in the Republic of Macedonia in order to be able to determine the salaries of the Vice Prime Ministers: Kocho Angjushev, Radmila Shekjerinska, Oliver Spasovski, Bujar Osmani and Hazbi Lika. "By making the Decision No. 87/2017 by the Constitutional...

OSCE’s report about the referendum: Despite the legal discrepancies, fundamental freedoms were observed

While the legal framework did not cover all aspects sufficiently, the 30 September Referendum was administered impartially and fundamental freedoms were respected throughout the campaign, concluded the international observers in today's press release. There were no restrictions on fundamental rights associated with the campaign, including the freedoms of assembly, association and expression. The absence of an active ‘Against’ or organized boycott campaign...

This week the European Parliament votes on whether to-save the internet or kill it

This week, on September 12, the European Parliament is going to vote on a bill that threatens to irreparably damage the Internet as we know it. Under the guise of copyright reform, there are are a number of “reforms” that are going to cripple fundamental rights online. One of them is Article 11 of the bill, which it was desired...

Germany is abolishing the law, while Macedonia still prosecutes to protect monarchs

The Minister of Justice in Germany, Heiko Maas yesterday announced that the German government will abolish the law that forbids citizens of that country to insult foreign leaders. Maas said that law is “outdated and unnecessary”. The Turkish Embassy in Macedonia at the end of December last year, announced that it had brought criminal charges against E.A., a Turkish citizen because he had insulted...

The procedure to determine the constitutionality of the SPO begins

The Constitutional Court will rule on the initiative for assessing the constitutionality of the Law on the Special Prosecutor's Office, reported "Telma" TV. After the case sat in storage in a draw, for a long 8 months, it has finally been assigned to a reporting judge. It may be found on the daily agenda for sessions as early as Wednesday. Experts...

If Ivanov resigns tomorrow, there would be Presidential elections on June 5!

Almost for two weeks now, the organization civil association "I protest" have expressed their anger in the streets of Skopje and all major cities in Macedonia against President Gjorge Ivanov's decision to pardon a large number of politicians. Among the organization's demands is the withdrawal of the general pardon, the formation of an interim government and to recall elections...

MPs passed the Law on Janeva’s Public Prosecutor Office

With 75 votes "for" MPs of Parliament this afternoon adopted the Law on Amending and Supplementing the Law on the Public Prosecution service, which the Special Prosecutor Katica Janeva had requested. The amendments were discussed in an urgent procedure. Two hours were spent two hours in the plenary dispute, and after that a second reading in Parliament. With these amendments to...

Vanhoutte presented a draft law for the Media Agency

Belgian facilitator Peter Vanhoutte at today's briefing with reporters said that at the negotiations, the proposal presented to the International Community for the Agency for Audio and Audiovisual Media, were going very slowly. Mr Vanhoutte said the law would apply less restrictions and penalties and would encourage the media to be more professional. He also added that it is envisaged...

SDSM has submitted a draft law on abolition of external testing

Coordinator of the Parliamentary Group of SDSM Assembly Goran Sugareski, today at a press conference said that their parliamentary group submitted proposals to amend and supplement five laws. He explained, the three proposals related to external testing, one is to abolish it, one is to increase the minimum wage from 9,500 to 11,000 denars and one to control the...

Will Gruevski answer for mobbing on Janakieski?

In audio recordings yesterday released by Zoran Zaev, it is heard as Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski presses Minister of Transport and Communications Mile Janakieski to give an opinion on something that Janakieski considered wrong to do and are constantly trying to get out of it, and says: But, president, it cannot be done. But there isn’t a commission... But it is...

“Civil” demands legislative changes for the use of rubber bullets to be withdrawn

"Civil" condemns the procedure of making legislative changes that enable the use of rubber bullets and other light weapons against protesters. Given that these legislative measures are taken at a time when thousands citizens demonstrate on the streets against violations of human rights and against the suspension of the rule of law and democracy, the NGO understand this as...

Law on freelancers to be amended

Parliamentary group of VMRO-DPMNE will submit a proposal for amending the Law on contributions for compulsory social insurance to the Assembly. The latest amendments to the Law on contributions for compulsory social insurance carry out improving and facilitating the conditions for payment of the contributions of fees earned on the basis of contract work, copyright agreement or other agreement for...