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· March, 2016

Stories about Macedonia from March, 2016

Hear That? The Global Voices Podcast Is Back.

After a three year break, the Global Voices Podcast is back. In this edition, we take you to Mexico, China, Tajikistan, Macedonia and Russia.

Citizens Overwhelm Macedonia's Election Commission With Reports of Suspicious Voters’ Registry Data

The SEC published a new web app allowing Macedonians to report irregularities in the Voters' Registry online. Ten days later, they shut it down down because of too many reports.

Citizen Sleuths Can Now Officially Report Irregularities They Find in Macedonia’s Voters’ Registry

The State Election Commission in Macedonia is now crowdsourcing all suspicious Voters' Registry irregularities by adding a user-friendly feature on their Web app with which citizen can report irregularities.

Anonymous Artists Place ‘Monument’ to Antidepressants in Macedonia’s Capital

A unique sculpture appeared in Skopje, the capital of Macedonia, on March 9: a monument to the antidepressant Diazepam (also known as Valium).

Macedonians Attempt to Exorcise the Phantom Voters Haunting Their Country

Macedonians tackle massive election fraud involving phantom voters and other "ghouls" through creative protest and combing the online Voters' Registry.

Protesters Demand ‘Soiled’ Macedonian Constitutional Court Justices Resign

"Pardoning for #ElectoralFraud is killing #Democracy in its core! How soon will it abolish itself!?"

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