KKE on the results of the referendum in the FYROM

On September 30, a referendum was held in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) for voting the country’s EU-NATO membership in terms of the Prespa Accord, in which governments of Greece and FYROM had arrived into an agreement by deciding to change the FYROM’s name to “Republic of North Macedonia”. While a participation of at least 50% was necessary for the referendum to be legally valid according to the FYROM Constitution, less than 37% of the 1,8 million eligible voters took to the polls on last Sunday.

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