The opposition in Macedonia will not return to Parliament if its demands are not met

Parties from the opposing coalition in Macedonia took the stance, that they would not take part in the elections, if voting was not going to be democratic and fair. Leader of the New Alternative party Gjorgji Orovcanec said the opposition would return to Parliament only after Prime Minister Gruevski guaranteed to meet their demands. One of the demands includes lifting the block on the accounts of TV Channel A1 and newspapers Vreme, Spic, and Koha E Re.

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