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Default The Betrayal of Macedonia in Political Statistics

Here are some political and voting statistics regarding the recent betrayal of Macedonia. I put them on a separate thread for easy reference so we can always know who betrayed the Macedonian people. If anybody notices discrepancies, let me know and I will make the necessary changes. Sources here: https://republika.mk/vesti/makedonij...smenija-imeto/ and here: https://www.sobranie.mk/


The 120 representatives in the Macedonian assembly by ethnicity:
  • 87 Macedonians (Incl. 2 Macedonian Muslims): 72.5%
  • 23 Albanians (Incl. 1 delusional Macedonian Orthodox Christian): 19.2%
  • 3 Romani: 2.5%
  • 2 Serbs: 1.7%
  • 2 Turks: 1.7%
  • 2 Bosniaks: 1.7%
  • 1 Vlach: 0.8%

The 120 representatives in the Macedonian assembly by religion:
  • 89 Orthodox Christians (Macedonians, Serbs, Vlach): 74.2%
  • 31 Muslims (Macedonians, Albanians, Romani, Turks, Bosniaks): 25.8%

The 120 representatives in the Macedonian assembly who voted yes or weren’t present for the name and constitution change by ethnicity:
  • 39 Not Present: 32.5%
- 38 Macedonians: 31.7%
- 1 Serb: 0.8%
  • 81 Voted Yes: 67.5%
- 49 Macedonians: 40.8%
- 23 Albanians: 19.2%
- 3 Romani: 2.5%
- 2 Turks: 1.7%
- 2 Bosniaks: 1.7%
- 1 Vlach: 0.8%
- 1 Serb: 0.8%

The 120 representatives in the Macedonian assembly who voted yes or weren’t present for the name and constitution change by religion:
  • Orthodox Christians:
- 39 Not Present: 43.8%
- 50 Voted Yes: 56.2%
  • Muslims:
- 0 Not Present: 0.0%
- 31 Voted Yes: 100%


The 120 representatives in the Macedonian assembly who voted yes or weren’t present for the name and constitution change by political party (and majority ethnic affiliation):
  • 39 Not Present: 32.5%
- 36 Democratic Party for Macedonian National Unity (MK): 30.0%
- 2 Socialist Party of Macedonia (MK): 1.7%
- 1 Democratic Party of Serbs in Macedonia (SR): 0.8%
  • 81 Voted Yes: 67.5%
- 33 Social Democratic Union of Macedonia (MK): 27.5%
- 10 Democratic Union for Integration (AL): 8.3%
- 7 Independents Ex-DPNE (MK): 5.8%
- 6 Independents (MK) : 5.0%
- 5 Movement BESA (AL): 3.3%
- 3 Democratic Party of Albanians (AL): 2.5%
- 2 Liberal Democratic Party (MK): 1.7%
- 2 Democratic Renewal of Macedonia (MK): 1.7%
- 2 New Social Democratic Party (MK): 1.7%
- 1 Party for European Future (MK): 0.8%
- 1 Citizen Option for Macedonia (MK): 0.8%
- 1 Party of United Pensioners and Citizens of Macedonia (MK): 0.8%
- 1 National Democratic Revival (AL): 0.8%
- 1 Alliance for Albanians (AL): 0.8%
- 1 Alliance of Roma in Macedonia (RO): 0.8%
- 1 Party for Social and Economic Progress (RO): 0.8%
- 1 Party for the Full Emancipation of Roma in Macedonia (RO): 0.8%
- 1 Serbian Party of Macedonia (SR): 0.8%
- 1 Turkish Progressive Party (TR): 0.8%
- 1 Democratic Party of Turks (TR): 0.8%


A few observations based on the above:
  • The figures of representatives who voted yes and were not present (or boycotted) in the assembly are almost the opposite to the figures of the people who voted yes and were not present (or boycotted) in the referendum. So much for the term “representatives”
  • Save for one Serb (who probably had his own motivation for not being present or boycotting), not a single other member of Macedonia’s ethnic minority groups and not a single Muslim voted against this betrayal of Macedonia. They don’t have the same vested interest to preserve the integrity of the titular ethnic group nor do they truly respect Macedonia
  • After everything our fatherland has afforded minority ethnic groups, even at the expense of the titular Macedonian ethnic group, their representatives weren’t loyal enough to uphold the dignity of Macedonia and its historical identity (nor were most of our own, for that matter). This is what Macedonians get for being the “nice guys” in the Balkans
  • The irony and ungratefulness of some of the names for minority political parties like Democratic Union for Integration when they do everything possible to avoid integrating into greater Macedonian society or the Party for Full Emancipation of Roma when they are afforded more recognition in Macedonia than any other Balkan country
  • One wonders when the Macedonian political parties will start adding the ‘northern’ prefix to their names given that they were so keen on this betrayal
  • Lastly, we had the numbers. Rather than unifying, our Macedonian "representatives" were fractured into a dozen or so groups. We could’ve seized the initiative many times. Suffice to say, most of our so-called kinsmen in the Macedonian assembly are idiotic traitors who deserve to burn in hell
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