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Mirka Velinovska dissects in her front page analysis the role that the Constitutional Court came to play since Macedonia's independence and the effects of its nearly absolute power. Although intended to play a crucial role in the country's social transformation from one system to another, Velinovska says the Court has become an invincible fort that uses its powers not for swift transformation leading to general welfare and social progress but for conservation of the previous system and its exponents, including itself.

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Title Annotation:Nova Makedonija
Publication:Macedonian Press Digest
Date:Mar 5, 2012
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