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Macedonia forms new government 6 months after election - POLITICO.eu

The Macedonian parliament voted in a new coalition government led by the Social Democrats late Wednesday, putting an end to months of political uncertainty. New Prime Minister Zoran Zaev promised economic growth, an end to corruption and integration ...and more »

Macedonia Parliament Approves New Gov't after Prolonged Stalemate - Balkan Insight

Macedonia's parliament has approved a new Social Democrat-led coalition government, headed up by Prime Minister Zoran Zaev, who has vowed economic prosperity, EU and NATO integration, and zero tolerance for corruption. Sinisa Jakov Marusic. BIRN.and more »

Macedonia Has New Government, but Rocky Road Ahead - New York Times

SKOPJE, Macedonia — After two years of a deepening political crisis marked by a corruption scandal and a violent confrontation with an angry mob in Parliament in April that left several officials bloodied, Macedonia has a new government for the first ...and more »

Macedonia Forms new Government; Promises Fight Against Corruption - OCCRP

Ending a six months-long political deadlock, Macedonia's parliament endorsed late Wednesday a new government led by the Social Democrats in coalition with ethnic Albanian parties. Zoran Zaev (Photo: Naskotaska90 CC BY-SA 4.0)Lawmakers voted ...and more »

Macedonia: Zaev wins confidence vote to form goverment - Aljazeera.com

The parliament of Macedonia has endorsed a new government led by Social Democrat leader Zoran Zaev on Wednesday, in a first step towards ending the country's two-year political crisis. Zaev, whose SDSM party has formed a coalition with parties ...and more »

Macedonia's parliament endorses new government - Reuters

SKOPJE (Reuters) - Macedonia's lawmakers on Wednesday evening endorsed a new government led by Social Democrats which is expected to steer the way out of a two-year-long political crisis and bring the country closer to membership in the European ...and more »

Macedonia's parliament opens session in Albanian language - EURACTIV

Macedonia's prime minister-designate Zoran Zaev pledged yesterday (30 May) to lead the country into the European Union and NATO as the parliament began debate on forming the new government. Under the rule of conservative leader Nikola Gruevski, ...and more »

Macedonia gets new government six months after elections - Deutsche Welle

Macedonia's parliament late Wednesday approved a new center-left government, raising expectations of an end to two years of political crisis that threatened to plunge the country back into interethnic conflict. Lawmakers approved 62-44 a new government ...and more »

Jihad 2.0: the Making of the Next Nightmare - Sputnik International

Let's start with 28 EU leaders discussing the Western Balkans at a recent summit and blaming – what else – "Russian aggression" in the EU's backyard. Cue to a Montenegro prosecutor raging that "Russian state bodies" staged a coup attempt during the ...and more »

Macedonia And Its Neighbors -- Who's Afraid Of Zoran Zaev? - RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty

Macedonia's incoming prime minister, Zoran Zaev, pledged to uphold the rule of law, fight corruption, and serve the people. In many countries, that would amount to simply stating the obvious: Surely any prime minister's basic obligation should be to ...and more »