Reviewing Minority Issues in the Middle of a Large-Scale Political Crisis: Analysis of Key Developments and Events during 2015 in Macedonia

In: European Yearbook of Minority Issues Online
Marina AndevaUniversity American College Skopje,

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This article addresses minority politics and rights protection in the Republic of Macedonia, through scrutiny of key developments and events during 2015. The main events relate to the existing political situation in the country, minority party politics and dynamics, and the implementation process of the Ohrid Framework Agreement (OFA). Although it has been more than a decade since the OFA, the Macedonian system is still fragile and subject to further modifications; experts often discuss the need for its ‘revision’ or ‘review’. The major focus of this article is put specifically on the OFA and the discussions on its review.

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