EU Commissioner Questions Macedonia's Ability to Hold Fair Vote

  • 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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