Through the constitutional amendment process, efforts are made to relativize the Macedonian ethnic substratum, says Spasenovski


With the constitutional changes, we are not sure and we have no guarantees that that period will end and that an era of positive relations between Bulgaria and Macedonia will begin, said Professor Aleksandar Spasenovski.
“The realization of human rights and freedoms is not a problem. There is no political party and relevant political figure in the country that would be opposed to every citizen in the country and every ethnic community enjoying a set of rights within the framework of the democratic capacity within the Republic of Macedonia,” said Spasenovski.
Spasenovski stresses that the problem is when those rights are used to achieve a political goal, and that political goal is related to the relativization of the Macedonian ethnic substratum in the Macedonian state.

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