Macedonia opposition ejected from parliament in row

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Perv889966 wrote:

Are the Macedonian elected representatives lowlifes? It certainly looks that way.

Perhaps the media is not giving us the complete story.

Dec 24, 2012 9:59am EST  --  Report as abuse
AlexZ83 wrote:

Of all the news coming out and surrounding Macedonia this year, this is the one Reuters chose to report? How about reporting that the unemployment in Macedonia is going down (-0.6% this year) as oppose to the whole of Europe going up (2.2% in 2012)? How about reporting that Macedonia is fourth least indebted country in Europe and has the most competitive business laws and business climate on the whole continent with a flat tax rate on business profits of 10%? How about reporting that it takes only a day to start a bushiness in Macedonia? How about reporting that Macedonia has fulfilled all conditions for joining NATO and the EU but is being vetoed by Greece for four years straight? How about reporting that Greece blocks Macedonia’s membership in both of those organization, over the imbecilic insistence that Macedonia changed it’s constitutional name, so it doesn’t pose a national security threat to Greece?

It’s obvious Reuters has all the news and fact but chooses not to report them. For if they did, that they would be reporting the truth which goes strictly against the editorial policy of this “pay-for-news” propaganda house.

Dec 24, 2012 11:27am EST  --  Report as abuse
Ossi63 wrote:

Left-wing demands budget cuts? To 3,5% deficit? God how universaly stupid the “left-wing” has become.

Dec 24, 2012 6:36pm EST  --  Report as abuse
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