Macedonia on Tuesday officially called for a snap parliamentary election on December 11 to try to end a seething political crisis, after the vote was delayed twice this year. All four main parties have confirmed they will take part in the election that had been initially planned for April and rescheduled for June before being delayed again over opposition claims that conditions had not been met for a free and fair vote.
Top political leaders have failed to arrive at a solution to put an end to Macedonia’s political crisis, one day after tens of thousands took to the streets calling for the prime minister to resign.
Spain's Socialist party says it will stop blocking the conservative Popular Party from forming a minority government, ending the country's nearly 10-month political impasse.
SKOPJE (Reuters) - The speaker of Macedonia's parliament, Trajko Veljanovski, set December 11 as the date for a long-awaited parliamentary election aimed at ending a 20-month crisis in the Balkan country over a wiretapping scandal.
SKOPJE (Reuters) - A European Union-brokered deal to end a political crisis in Macedonia hung in the balance on Saturday after opponents of conservative Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski threatened to boycott an early parliamentary ele...