Premier Resigns to Send Republic of Macedonia to April Vote

  • Gruevski's resignation allows formation of interim government
  • EU brokered deal to break months of political gridlock

Republic of Macedonia Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski submitted his resignation on Friday, paving the way for the former Yugoslav country to hold an early election on April 24 as part of an agreement brokered by the European Union to end a political gridlock.

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