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The political crisis in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) has been a cause of concern for Athens for some time, especially following the violent incidents in the country's parliament, two weeks ago.
The incidents occurred when nationalist supporters of VMRO-DPMNE broke into the assembly after the Social Democrat party and others representing FYROM’s Albanian ethnic minority voted for a new speaker, Talat Xhaferi. Nearly five months after parliament...
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