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Two-thirds of Macedonian MPs vote to initiate constitutional revision

SKOPJE – Parliament of Macedonia endorsed late Friday the decision to initiate constitutional revision arising from the Prespa Agreement by the required two-third majority of 80 votes, MIA reports. Eight opposition MPs voted for entering the procedure. The decision was opposed by 39 MPs. The government now has 15 days to submit draft-amendments to the Parliament.

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