Gruevski to be charged


Protestors sprays the picture of the former Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski with the words 'you are finished' in front of the government building, during the protest dubbed 'Colorful Revolution.' The protesters were reacting to the decision by President Ivanov's decision to grand the former PM amnesty on April 12, 2016. In doing so he suspended all judicial cases related to the big wire-tapping scandal. Gruevski denies all accusations saying 'foreign intelligence services' are trying to topple his Government he was administrating from 2006.

Southeastern Europe experiences yet another color revolution

The President of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Gjorge Ivanov, revoked a presidential pardon for 22 politicians, including the former Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski.

The pardon

The decision was published on Saturday, May 28 in the Official Gazette.

President Ivanov granted the presidential pardon in April to 56 individuals, including 22 politicians. The pardon was seen as part of a political deal that would allow a negotiated political transition without retributive justice....

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