North Macedonia's April 21 presidential elections had a record low turnout. Only 755,816 votes were recorded, (yielding a 41.85% turnout) of a total 1,808,131 registered voters. As expected, a runoff election will be held May 5 between the top two candidates.
The elections were transparent, well organized and held in a peaceful atmosphere, but according to the observations given by the EU officials, additional reforms are needed in the electoral law. Spokesperson of the European Commission M...
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