71 agreements worth a total of 1.5m euros have been signed. These are urgent public procurement related to the protection and prevention of the spread of coronavirus infection, ie the number of contracts concluded in the period from early March to April 20. The Ministry of Health has made...
A group of judges wrote in a letter that the government's decision to put them on a minimum wage due to the coronavirus crisis was illegal and unconstitutional. The letter addressed to the Association of Judges emphasizes that according to the Law on Salaries of Judges, the salary cannot be...
The Helsinki Committee informs that 110 cases of hate speech were registered in March, which is 100% more for the same period last year. Most of the cases registered in March concerned the situation with the coronavirus pandemic, and this is dominated by reports on the basis of ethnicity...
MPs of the ruling party SDSM and its junior coalition partners on Wednesday are both consulting and collecting signatures involving an initiative on reconvening Parliament, which dissolved in February. The initiative calls on the Parliament Speaker to schedule a session where MPs should uphold decisions declaring 30-day state of emergency...
EU Ambassador Samuel Žbogar in a post on his Twitter account said that North Macedonia will receive assistance via the European Union’s Civil Protection Mechanism. “North Macedonia will receive assistance via the EU Civil Protection Mechanism, including 5 generators, 25 family tents, 200 mattresses, 1000 blankets. Austria is also sending...
VMRO-DPMNE Executive Committee Member Igor Nikolov points out that when it comes to how healthcare staff handles the coronavirus epidemic, the situation is not as represented by the Government and the Minister of Health Venko Filipce. "The risk always exists and is very high for healthcare workers, which is why...
While gasoline is getting cheaper throughout the world, only in Macedonia, under SDSM rule, it is getting more and more expensive. The decision to increase the price of fuel excise in a period of crisis caused by the pandemic of coronavirus is turning into a robbery of the citizens, VMRO-DPMNE Vice President...
COVID- 19 did not arrive in Macedonia two months ago, according to the director of the Center for Public Health Arben Ziberi and according to him it is very likely that the virus was present in the country last year, and after the outbreak of the epidemic will be investigated who is...
Reporters without Borders ranked Macedonia 92nd in its latest report with an average score of 31.28 points. Macedonia ranked even worse than Gambia, Haiti and Kyrgyzstan on this ranking list, and the report emphasizes that senior government officials do not stop threatening and insulting journalists. “However, the local municipalities are allowed to advertise in...
Head of the Public Security Bureau in the Ministry of Interior Saso Tasevski issued an order to the entire uniformed police station for arresting all citizens who will violate the curfew. Tasevski, who became known to the public as a police officer from the security of the then Prime Minister Zoran Zaev who...