In the run-up to Macedonia/FYROM’s referendum on settling its three-decade-old Name Dispute with neighbouring Greece, the rival parties involved in the vote made impassioned pitches to their respective constituencies to take whatever actions they had proposed to help decide which direction the country will take.
Resolving the Name Dispute smoothly is critical for the political survival of Skopje's Prime Minister Zoran Zaev. He had called for the vote to approve the controversial Prespes Agree...
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