Decades-long issue with undocumented persons in the system has been solved, says PM

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Macedonian Prime Minister DimitarKovachevski said Tuesday that the adopted amendments to the Law on Civil Registry have resolved the life challenges of around 526 undocumented persons, of whom 409 so far have been registered in the birth registry, while the remaining 117 will receive a birth certificate by the end of the year.

Addressing Tuesday’s event on awarding birth certificates to previously undocumented persons, Kovachevski said such problems are now a thing of the past.

“These citizens did not have identification documents, they could not receive medical treatment, they could not get a job, they could not get married, nor could they regulate the status of their children. They simply did not exist in the state system. These problems are now a thing of the past. With the amendments to the Law on Civil Registry, we resolved the life challenges of many of our citizens,” said the PM.

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