Macedonian Protesters: Referendum Needed on Entering EU and NATO
Monday, 03 April 2017

Supporters of the United Macedonia Initiative, who took to the streets of Skopje on Monday for the 36th time in a row, sent a message to European Council President Donald Tusk that only citizens were entitled to make decisions.

"For 36 days we have been reiterating our call on all political parties to denounce, condemn the so-called Tirana platform. We don't wish for binational, bilingual Macedonia, but for united multi ethnic state. A referendum is needed, but not on our name, we know who we are, a referendum is needed whether to enter EU and NATO," Bogdan Ilievski, one of the protests organizers, told the crowd.

Today, the 'Civic Initiative for United Macedonia' organized rallies in several cities across the country.


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