Shockwaves continue from the low turnout in the referendum in Macedonia/FYROM, which had been hoped to approve June’s Prespes Agreement settling the Name Dispute between Athens and Skopje. The 37% turnout for the September 30 poll has thrown the path forward on the Prespes Agreement into question.

Political consultations are ongoing in Skopje. Macedonia/FYROM’s Prime Minister Zoran Zaev seeks to garner a 2/3 majority for the constitutional changes he must deliver as part of the Prespes deal, ...


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