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VMRO-DPMNE's contradictory campaign.

VMRO-DPMNE reinforced the nationalistic campaign for the early parliamentary elections. Following Nikola Gruevski's calls for mobilization in order to win 62 parliamentary seats, over the last few days VMRO-DPMNE in the Municipality of Aerodrom handed out leaflets calling Macedonian voters to "get protected from the danger of bilingualism".

"No to bilingualism in Aerodrom," read the leaflets that were seen on the streets and which contain VMRO-DPMNE's logo. However, such campaigning is led contrary to the reality in this municipality because in a time when VMRO-DPMNE rules with the central and local government, the library that is located in Aerodrom has bilingual boards. Except for that, the signs on the streets in the entire city, as well as in the Municipality of Aerodrom, are bilingual. Meanwhile, PM Gruevski urged Macedonians to vote in order to prevent Albanians from blackmailing.
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Title Annotation:Koha (daily)
Author:A.Z.
Publication:Albanian Press in Macedonia
Date:Apr 23, 2014
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