EU Commissioner Questions Macedonia's Ability to Hold Fair VoteBy and
President Ivanov ends corruption probe of top politicians
Opposition wants Ivanov to resign, protesters take to streets
European Union Enlargement Commissioner Johannes Hahn voiced concern whether Republic of Macedonia will be able to hold fair elections on June 5 after a presidential pardon related to a wiretapping scandal rekindled street protests and renewed opposition calls for his resignation.
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