Macedonian Constitution has been amended eight times so far with 36 amendment interventions


The Macedonian Constitution, as the highest legal act of the state, was adopted on November 17, 1991 and has undergone eight changes with 36 amendments so far. Right today, the Government’s proposal for a new ninth amendment to the Constitution enters the parliamentary procedure, with which it is envisaged that the Bulgarian, Croatian, Montenegrin, Slovenian, Jewish and Egyptian peoples will be included in the Preamble.

The Constitution was last changed on January 11, 2019, when the Parliament, with 81 votes “in facor”, none against and no abstentions, passed the four amendments to change the constitutional name from the Republic of Macedonia to the Republic of North Macedonia after the entry into force of the Prespa Agreement which was signed with the Republic of Greece on June 17, 2018.

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