As Elections Near, Euro-skepticism on the Rise in Macedonia

Two years after the European Union’s last enlargement brought Bulgaria and Romania into the European bloc in 2007, the EU’s appeal in the immediate neighbourhood seems to be on the wane. Applicant and potential applicant countries, always the most enthusiastic supporters of EU integration, are becoming less so as domestic …

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Election is Graduation Exam For Macedonia

The approaching presidential and local elections in Macedonia will be a litmus test for the country on its way to EU, the current EU Presidency holder, the Czech Prime Minister Mirek Topolanek, said late Tuesday in Skopje. During his one day stay visit to Skopje, Topolanek met Macedonian President Branko …

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