Stand-in.Former MP Slobodan Najdovski concludes for Utrinski Vesnik that it is clear that, except for the ruling parties, all other are stand-ins for creating a media image. According to according to
1. As stated or indicated by; on the authority of: according to historians.
2. In keeping with: according to instructions.
3. Najdovski, if Gruevski has no political need of showing a false image on unification surrounding his patriotic cause, he would not hold the partisan satellites around him even for a day. It is unimportant un·im·por·tant
Not important; petty.
unim·portance n. whether it is matter of businessmen, alleged intellectuals or self-declared experts of a certain field. The stand-ins are persons that are met on the streets on which we live to the highest academic circles. They are always "clever" and always in power, Najdovski writes.