Interview 17 Sep 12

Macedonia’s New Lustration Law is a Political Tool

The head of Macedonia's Helsinki Human Rights Committee, Uranija Pirovska, says that the new lustration law violates the recommendations of the Council of Europe and is manifestly intended to silence and intimidate government critics.

Sinisa Jakov Marusic
BIRN
Skopje

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