The process of implementation of the political agreement reached between the main political parties last July, to overcome the long standing political crisis, continues to dominate the political and economic environment in Macedonia. With the return of the opposition to the Parliament on 1st September, the focus is now on the appointment by 15 September of a Special Prosecutor to investigate the massive wiretapping scandal, revealed earlier this year. Continue reading Is the Macedonian Government Mortgaging the Country’s Future?
In a report published exactly ten years ago on “The Balkans in Europe,” the International Commission on the Balkans called for a process of constitutional change in Bosnia and Hercegovina. It argued that with the present constitutional architecture set out in the 1995 Dayton Peace Agreement no longer working, there was a need for a genuine constitutional debate in the framework of an EU accession process.