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Filip Stojanovski · June, 2011

In web development since 1995, blogging since 2003 in English and Macedonian, working at information society think tank Metamorphosis.

Check out the Sci-fi observer blog, also.

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Latest posts by Filip Stojanovski from June, 2011

27 June 2011

Macedonia: New Parliament Assembles, Cements Election Victory for “Big Fish”

The newly-elected Macedonian Parliament held its initial session on Saturday, June 25, 2011. Its composition promises “more of the same” kind of politicking from the last few years.

24 June 2011

Macedonia: .mk Twitter Republic

Protests continue in Macedonia, as the authorities keep silent about the people's demands of accountability, political responsibility and an end to police brutality. On Sunday, a new symbol was displayed...

19 June 2011

Macedonia: Pro-Government Media Promote Protest Impostors

On the eve of the big protest against police brutality scheduled for Sunday afternoon in Skopje, several pro-government media outlets tried to manipulate the public by showing an anti-opposition announcement...

17 June 2011

Macedonia: Gathering Prohibited in a Public Space?

Macedonia: Protest Achievements So Far

As more people act upon the awareness that the increasing visibility abroad or among foreigners within Macedonia is an important aspect of the ongoing protests, translations and original tweets/blog posts...

Macedonia: Twitter as a Vehicle for the Protests

Macedonia: Concerns Over Anti-Protest Collusion of Facebook and Police

14 June 2011

Macedonia: Reasons for Protesting

Bloggers from Macedonia consider the historical significance of the current protests against police brutality, in the context of democracy development.

11 June 2011

Macedonia: Protests Against Police Brutality/Murder Cover-Up Spread

Macedonians have been protesting for 5 days online and offline in Skopje, urging the authorities to "solve" the murder of a young man by a police officer who served as...

7 June 2011

Macedonia: Online Community Prevents Murder Cover-Up

As announced, non-violent protests against brutal killing of a young man on Sunday continued on June 7 in Skopje. The police announced they would monitor social networks for troublemakers. Filip...

Macedonia: Propaganda Blitz Re: Opposition Leader's Arrest

Macedonia: Protests Against Police Brutality to Continue

6 June 2011

Macedonia: Alleged Killing of Young Man by Policeman Sparks Protests

A sizable crowd gathered in the center of Skopje to protest the death of a young man who was allegedly beaten to death on the sidelines of the celebration of...

Macedonia: Goverment Wins Elections After Tight Race

Filip Stojanovski sums up the preliminary results of the June 5 parliamentary elections in the Republic of Macedonia, and reports on the arrest of one of the opposition leaders.

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