There is no clear distinction between political parties and the state, the state system is being abused and political discrimination is frequent. Because of this, several laws have been violated. This was the conclusion made at the conference “Separating the State from the Political Parties”, organized by the citizen’s association “Most”

Constitutional Court Judge Natasha Gaber- Damjanovska said that in Macedonia, there is political discrimination and that the people are discriminated against because they support or do not support a certain political party.

Macedonia has good laws, but in reality, they are not put into practice, and the financing of political parties is also problematic, concluded Frank Hantke, the manager of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation’s offices in Skopje and Tirana.