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Old 11-26-2019, 07:26 PM   #11
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There are 123 Parliamentary seats, however the last 3 are for the Diaspora and are based on first-past-the-post and require a strong turnout.

There's almost no chance we'll have an MP for the Diaspora given turnout rates among the Diaspora, just like in 2016, which is why the current parliament only has 120MPs.

If there were 3 more MPs, from the Diaspora, then Zaev would have needed to find 2 more traitors in Parliament to sign the name and identity away.
I think Zaev could have easily found 123 traitors...
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Old 11-28-2019, 04:50 PM   #12
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I was at the Melbourne Integra meeting last night and have to say it was shambles.

The last question was not answered completely, he was questioned why he was involved in implementing the Ohrid agreement.

Ljupco Ristovski on his cv has indicated that he was the head of a department with regards to the implementation of the Ohrid agreement, a question he tried to play off as he was just an employee yet his CV states otherwise.

- Head of the Department for Co-ordination of the Implementation of the Ohrid Framework Agreement - SEP/Government of the Republic of Macedonia (2002 – 2004)


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Old 11-28-2019, 09:20 PM   #13
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What else can you tell us about the Melbourne function VMRO?
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Old 12-01-2019, 04:52 PM   #14
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Sounded like rehearsed talk where he Ristovski stated what everyone in the room wanted to hear.

He was talking like he already won the election and claiming based on their polls they can muster 150,000 votes.

I don't believe he can even win one seat to be honest and instead of wasting time in the diaspora he should be working over there getting his party out there.

Another dreamer IMHO.
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I don't believe he can even win one seat to be honest and instead of wasting time in the diaspora he should be working over there getting his party out there.

Another dreamer IMHO.
VMRO why do you believe seeking support from the diaspora is wasting time?
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VMRO why do you believe seeking support from the diaspora is wasting time?
Yes i do, considering we only have couple of hundred voters registered during the last election.

We won't be able to get an diaspora MP elected as they have increased the quota to 6000 votes.

Integra should be on the ground in Macedonia as the diaspora is pretty much shut out in Macedonia.

The only thing the diaspora can do is create problems when the severna twats are in their neck of the woods.
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Old 12-26-2019, 08:43 AM   #17
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Just seen that Ristovski met with a governor in Gabon.....not really sure how that is meant to assist with anything occuring in Macedonia right now.
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Integra on Macedonian TV in regard to the upcoming elections

https://www.facebook.com/integracons...0998322589232/
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Another POS wanting their turn at the trough. I too was at the Melbourne meeting and VMRO is on the money, it was a shambles.
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Macedonians aren't natural leaders. All the Macedonians I know in my personal life are huge talkers, but avoid taking responsibility for anything like the plague. What we need are political leaders, while the only people who get into politics are the ones who just want to line their own pockets.

I've never met a Macedonian who has said "you what I think the system sucks, I think our leaders suck, I'm going to run for office to make a difference." It starts with that type of mentality. Granted you don't just run for President or Prime minster out of the blue. But you can run for some local positions, maybe mayor, you work your way up through parliament. Its a life long commitment that is usually thankless.

Macedonians just don't think nor live in that kind of way. Its a country with no leaders and I'm not just talking about political leaders. We have no religious leaders, community leaders, philanthropic leaders, not even socialite leaders. So only the handful of criminals who stick their necks out to obtain office actually come to power.

A real man takes charge, takes responsibility, takes the burden on his own shoulders and if he fails, he admits it and he takes the consequences like a man. We have no men, just grown mama's boys.
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