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Old 03-29-2019, 07:44 PM   #1
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LOL I talked about this in the name thread on the name change.

The absurdity of it all was bound to show its ugly head at some point, who would have thought it would be so soon.

I look at the agreement like a bad relationship. In the beginning both parties are willing to grin and bear it. Both parties let a lot of things go and pretend that everything is great. Until one morning they wake up and realize that they fucking hate each other.

The delicate dance both sides are playing is comical and can't last forever, because one things remains true:

You can't change an entire nation's identity and erase their entire history with a piece of paper and a couple signatures. Maybe after a couple generations of brainwashing, but this thing will fall apart long before that is achieved.
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Old 03-30-2019, 06:34 AM   #3
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So have I Risto, I have a sneaky suspicion that you might be the one who is doing the comments under the name Chris Mil, it does seem like your posting style. Whoever it is has that Greek troll going around in circles with his intelligent thoughtful comments. Correct me if I am wrong
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I have to admit, I felt the need to vent somewhere. Yes, it's me. Phoenix and I were doing this stuff back when the internet was getting invented. I should be tired of it, but there you go. It isn't hard to trip them up.
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Erga omnes aspect of Prespes accord put at risk by delay

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The provision included in the Prespes agreement that North Macedonia’s name will be erga omnes – namely, to be used both domestically and internationally – could be undermined if the neighboring country’s accession bid to the European Union is indefinitely postponed, according to legal experts.

Practically speaking, the deal stipulates that, in the absence of accession negotiations, the government in Skopje will not be obliged to use its new name of North Macedonia – agreed in the Prespres accord – internally.

Therefore the name change at home has been linked to the opening of the country’s EU accession talks, which were delayed last week by the European Council due to objections raised by France, Denmark and the Netherlands.

In short, Skopje is still obliged to call itself North Macedonia abroad, without, however, making any changes internally.

The issue was first raised by former deputy prime minister and constitutional expert Evangelos Venizelos on Sunday, who said that Article 1, Paragraph 10 of the treaty provides that the transitional period for the use of the composite name (North Macedonia) in internal documents issued by the country depends on the opening of the accession negotiations.

Therefore, he said, “failure to open accession negotiations entails a delay in the actual internal use of the composite name.”

“That is, a delay in the use of the name erga omnes,” Venizelos said.

Given that the main opposition VMRO-DPMNE party has opposed the deal, the Prespes accord will be the dominant issue of the early elections in April called by Prime Minister Zoran Zaev.
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Rift between Zaev and Pendarovski on whether to keep implementing the Prespa treaty

Following the defeat in Brussels, there is a growing rift between Zoran Zaev and Stevo Pendarovski on the issue of the continued implementation of the Prespa treaty.

Speaking to a Greek TV, Pendarovski said that by denying Macedonia the opening of accession talks, EU will provoke the putting on hold of the further implementation of the treaty. Pendarovski was talking about the article 1(10) of the treaty, which conditions the use of the imposed new name with the opening of accession talks chapters.

Zaev also hinted at this article in his initial response. But now, he insists that Macedonia will implement the treaty regardless of the EU accession talks.

We can’t write the State Archive of Macedonia, we have a Constitution and the name needs to be changed, Zaev said, talking about one of the institutions which still use the name Macedonia without the imposed adjective “north”. We need to leave an impression that we are implementing the treaty, and we expect the Greek side to do the same.

The renaming of institutions and the issuing of official documents with the “new name” is tied with the relevant EU chapters, according to most interpretations of the article. Regardless, Zaev’s Government went full steam ahead to dictate the use of the name “North Macedonia”, even before the accession talks began.

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