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Macedonia : Between Ohrid and Brussels

Abstract : In the July 2006 parliamentary elections, a majority of ethnic Macedonians voted for the Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization (VMRO-DPMNE, right-wing) in the hope that Macedonia would end a difficult chapter of its history - the post-conflict period. Since an Albanian armed insurgency erupted in February 2001, the political agenda had indeed been virtually dominated by interethnic issues. In 2001, early international involvement had prevented the armed confrontation from turning into a full scale civil war. But the Ohrid Framework agreement (FA) that successfully put an end to violence on August 13, 2001, entailed major constitutional and institutional changes designed to redress what was perceived as imbalances between the ethnic Macedonian majority and the Albanian community (...).
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Nadège Ragaru. Macedonia : Between Ohrid and Brussels. Cahiers de Chaillot, Institut d'études de sécurité de l'Union de l'Europe occidentale (Paris), 2008, pp.41-60. ⟨hal-00972853⟩



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