Although PAN coalition MPs returned to the Assembly today, without the necessary 61 votes to elect the speaker, the session was once again postponed indefinitely.
Decisions made by institutions under the influence of PDK in 2014 led to the current political stalemate. But the vote tally points to a way out.
A thirst for power is the driving force behind the revival of ethnic tensions in Macedonia, but only the corrupt political elites stand to gain from the nation going down in flames.
The dangerous clientelism of Kosovo’s governing political class is preventing crucial reforms and has paralyzed not only the democratic representation of citizens, but also the country’s fundamental interests.
Citizens of all ages and ethnicities fill the streets amongst the spectacle of ‘baroque-style’ buildings that have surrendered to the rainbow-colored paintballs of the Colorful Revolution.