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The ideal country according to Gruevski.

Professor Nano Ruzin reminds in Utrinski Vesnik that the boycott of elections will allow the Prime Minister to get closer to his ideal - clean government and one-party country without an opposition with absolute power from local to presidential level. Ruzin explains that the space for creating Gruevski's ideal country began to get cleaned gradually. As a result, now there is no opposition medium, there are no journalists who are to castigate him, there is no opposition to ask unpleasant questions in the Parliament, there is no judiciary power that will set boundaries and there is no president of country that will at least symbolically say - no.
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Publication:Opinion Piece in Macedonian Press
Date:Feb 6, 2013
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