Deadline for 5 years for North Macedonia in personal documents

Within five years or by 2024 at the latest, the personal documents of the citizens will bear the new name "Republic of North Macedonia". The new amendments will include the ethnicity of the minority communities in the country.

New identity cards and passports will have to be purchased by the citizens, as well as new plates of the registration plates of their vehicles, within five years at the latest after the name agreement in the Greek Parliament has been ratified and after the Macedonian MPs pass the necessary constitutional changes sealed the new name of the state "Republic of North Macedonia".

The registration plates in the future will bear the abbreviation НМ or НМК, and the new name of the country will be inserted in the identity cards and passports. Within 5 years, all other documentation of the public administration for external use, but also for internal use, will have to be changed and their publication will start with the opening of each chapter of the relevant field in the negotiations with the EU. This means that each institution will change its name and documentation step by step.

It is still not known how the personal documents of the citizens will be changed, which will not expire within the given deadline, although this will not be their burden, at least according to the Government's announcements so far. In any case, by 2024, citizens will need to have an identity card or passport under the new state name.

Link: https://www.slobodnaevropa.mk/a/29708979.html

Statement by LevFem regarding the latest demolition of Roma houses in Bulgaria: please circulate widely

Anti-Roma racism, ethnophobia, and prejudice have reached intolerable proportions in Bulgarian government, the Bulgarian public sphere, and Bulgarian society at large. LevFem stands in solidarity with our Roma sisters and brothers who are subjected to incessant daily racist abuse, harassment, violence, and dehumanization, and navigate countless forms of prejudice while surviving an increasingly hostile racist, ethnophobic, and xenophobic social environment.

On January 9, Vice Prime Minister of Bulgaria Krasimir Karakachanov called bulldozers and began the demolition of informally-built Roma homes in the village of Voivodinovo near Plovdiv. The demolitions in Voivodinovo are preceded by a chain of similar measures in other Roma neighborhoods for years now.

This is what has become a common racist retaliatory tactic that holds responsible and punishes the entire Roma community or entire Roma neighborhoods for cases of violence or scuffles involving individual Romas, who are then highly publicized in the press in stigmatizing and dehumanizing ways.

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Minister rejects funding call for Sinti, Traveller and Roma pupils

Children's minister acknowledges young people face challenges such as bullying, but says ring-fencing is not the answer
A Department for Education minister has rejected a call to set aside money specifically to help Sinti, Roma and Traveller children in schools.

Nadhim Zahawi today told the Commons Women and Equalities Committee that their needs were better met through the pupil premium.
He was giving evidence to the committee’s inquiry into tackling inequalities faced by the Gypsy, Roma and Traveller (GRT) communities.

The children's minister told the MPs: “We need to be honest with ourselves that, in terms of attainment and progress, things have remained relatively flat, so there is a lot of work we need to do.

“I don’t think we are sitting here saying to you we are high-fiving each other saying that the work is done.”

Labour MP Sarah Champion raised concerns that schools might not use their pupil premium funding to help children from GRT communities.

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Anketa: Paše 83,7 % taro dizutne bi džan peske tari Makedonia

O rezultatia tari kerdi anketa an i tema " Kana bi šaj, dali bi džan tumenge tari Makedonia?" realizirimi taro portalo Fakulteti.mk sikavel kote 83,7 % taro anketirime bi džana peske tari Makedonia kana bi si len šansa.

An i anketa so sine phravdi angleder duj kurkesa , ko pučimaskoro liloro anonimno dengje antvorto barabutne 1.474 anketirime.

Ko pučiba " Kana bi šaj, dali bi džan tumenge tari Makedonia?" antvorto dengje 1.491 persone, a olendar 1.234 (83,7 %) dengje antvorto "Oja", 123 (8,3 %) sine an o duj gogja, a 117 anketirime (7,9 %) bi ačhoven an i Makedonia.

Aso kerdi anketa o anketirime sar destinacia kori bi džan notiringje i Germania, Australia, Kanada, Francia, Holandia, Danska, Austria, , Skandinavia, Švajcaria, Slovenia, Nov Zeland, Švedska , USA thaj Britania.

An o pučiba „Soske bi džana tumenge?“ antvorto dengje 1.054 anketirime. Majbut sine o tikno antvorto: " Majalčhe dživdipaske"

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