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Opinion / Editorial

The autonomy of Macedonia, what the Albanians gained and what the Europeans lost!

The autonomy of Macedonia, what the Albanians gained and what the Europeans

When such extensions are made, other problems arise, of a programmatic, political, interests, and ideological nature. Political dialogue is not a specific goal, rather it is a tool, where the compromise of the parties is needed. Even less pretentiously expressed the ideological differences between the two corps in the dialogue. What I emphasized seems not to be worth much to overcome all the barriers, and the question is the fate of the country and of the new generations, to see the future in their homeland, and not to run as far away from the Motherland as possible. motivation not to return. The circumstance that naturally greatly complicates the dialogue is the lack of social culture, without which culture democracy cannot function, as a fundamental value in the multi-party pluralist system. As if both parties have fallen prey to all this and have also fallen prey to intellectual apathy, or the lack of it. The generator of conflicts, or conflict in this case, are crises in many identity questions. Of course, when there is a common will and when all values ??are embraced, the desired goal is reached, to form new bodies of executive power. The same is happening in Kosovo, where a possible and comprehensive social dialogue, where many topics would be addressed, but also the topic of identity. Such strong political polarizations have prevented dialogue even when the state interest and the national interest are in question. When we don't want to understand each other, in delicate situations, then what the hell are we here for under this sky. Everyone would be fine, you watch your actions well, and the actions of the people around us, to better determine the mission we have, not only what we emphasized several times. We think that the political forces in power should define the state-power duality, in accordance with the constitutional laws. With the Prespa agreement that overcame the dispute with Greece, Macedonia's name was changed to "North Macedonia", a condition that influenced its membership in NATO, and after the signing of the protocol with Bulgaria this year, membership negotiations with the Union began. European. The Albanians experienced the independence of Macedonia in Europe in two ways: on the one hand, they claimed that they were involved in a democratic process, where their contribution by participating in the institutional life, would influence the strengthening of state-building capacities, while on the other hand, they were breaking away from centuries-old aspirations to live in a common state in the Balkans. But, after the independence of Macedonia, the Albanians began to feel the neglect that was done to them by the then Macedonian political nomenclature. In most cases, the participation of Albanians in power was more understood as decoration than as their substantial contribution, therefore these were also the reasons for organizing a special referendum, on January 11 and 12, 1992, where the Albanian people will expressed its will through the popular declaration. The decision to announce the referendum on the political and territorial autonomy of the Albanians in Macedonia was taken by the Assembly of Autonomy on December 27, 1991. These political developments, through the plebiscite declaration, were characteristic of all the peoples in the former Yugoslavia who tried to gain freedom through the democratic process. In Macedonia, the referendum of the Albanian people was a response to all the unilateral decisions of the Macedonian political factor, which completely ignored the national interests of the Albanians. Now, after 31 years since the independence of Macedonia as a state, Albanians went through several political and institutional processes, where their role and contribution influenced the preservation of geopolitical and ethno-cultural balances, which were reflected not only in the internal consolidation as a state, but also in size regional. All governments that were formed in Macedonia were based on the principle of multi-ethnicity, but when they began to function in practice, they returned to mono-ethnicity. even, sometimes they functioned so unhindered, that it was difficult to distinguish whether those governments functioned with or without Albanian partners. The dilemma became greater when the institutional Macedonian nationalism happened in front of the noses of the Albanian representatives of the power and therefore happened in 2001, when the accumulation of discontents of the Albanians took the form of armed resistance. The peace agreement of Ohrid followed and the necessity of constitutional changes, where the Albanians received some rights that they did not have, but still remained as a non-state-forming element in the practical functioning of the Macedonian state. Instead of state-forming status, the Albanians were given an antechamber of colonial systems that was defined through the 20 percent, as an element that expressed a certain cultural-linguistic autonomy, but without any constitutional guarantee. Despite this retrograde approach to the constitutional position in North Macedonia, Albanians still showed a high sense of loyalty to the state that did not fulfill all their needs and aspirations. In democratic systems, certain social groups, mainly political ones, the programs that unfold in the electoral elections, determine the positive changes of the electorate, and they certainly firmly believe that the campaigns are developed in the positive direction of the welfare of the sovereign, to be a society of civilized, yes, but especially at the economic levels of Europe, where we aim to reach. We want this long-suffering and exhausted people to really enjoy democratic freedom, becoming a balcony of inspiration for the Balkans and beyond. Albanians again showed a high sense of loyalty to the state that did not fulfill all their needs and aspirations. In democratic systems, certain social groups, mainly political ones, the programs that unfold in the electoral elections, determine the positive changes of the electorate, and they certainly firmly believe that the campaigns are developed in the positive direction of the welfare of the sovereign, to be a society of civilized, yes, but especially at the economic levels of Europe, where we aim to reach. We want this long-suffering and exhausted people to really enjoy democratic freedom, becoming a balcony of inspiration for the Balkans and beyond. Albanians again showed a high sense of loyalty to the state that did not fulfill all their needs and aspirations. In democratic systems, certain social groups, mainly political ones, the programs that unfold in the electoral elections, determine the positive changes of the electorate, and they certainly firmly believe that the campaigns are developed in the positive direction of the welfare of the sovereign, to be a society of civilized, yes, but especially at the economic levels of Europe, where we aim to reach. We want this long-suffering and exhausted people to really enjoy democratic freedom, becoming a balcony of inspiration for the Balkans and beyond. In democratic systems, certain social groups, mainly political ones, the programs that unfold in the electoral elections, determine the positive changes of the electorate, and they certainly firmly believe that the campaigns are developed in the positive direction of the welfare of the sovereign, to be a society of civilized, yes, but especially at the economic levels of Europe, where we aim to reach. We want this long-suffering and exhausted people to really enjoy democratic freedom, becoming a balcony of inspiration for the Balkans and beyond. In democratic systems, certain social groups, mainly political ones, the programs that unfold in the electoral elections, determine the positive changes of the electorate, and they certainly firmly believe that the campaigns are developed in the positive direction of the welfare of the sovereign, to be a society of civilized, yes, but especially at the economic levels of Europe, where we aim to reach. We want this long-suffering and exhausted people to really enjoy democratic freedom, becoming a balcony of inspiration for the Balkans and beyond. but especially at the economic levels of Europe, where we aim to reach. We want this long-suffering and exhausted people to really enjoy democratic freedom, becoming a balcony of inspiration for the Balkans and beyond. but especially at the economic levels of Europe, where we aim to reach. We want this long-suffering and exhausted people to really enjoy democratic freedom, becoming a balcony of inspiration for the Balkans and beyond.