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Maja Mihajlovska from Vreme says that it is absurd and incomprehensible for ethnic Albanian non governmental organization, parents and teachers to protest against learning the Macedonian language which is Macedonia's official language and then announce a boycott if the government does not fulfill their wish. Mihajlovska says that if the official language presents a foreign language to them, the question is raised--how will these citizens communicate with their fellow citizens in the future? To make the irony even bigger, one of the most important requirements for a foreigner to gain a Macedonian citizenship is to know the Macedonian language.
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Publication:Opinion Piece in Macedonian Press
Date:Jan 15, 2010
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