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OSCE Supplementary Human Dimension Meeting - Freedom of Religion
om: The Macedonian Human Rights Movement in Greece and The Macedonian Human Rights Movement of Canada I. Religious Dialogue and Conflict Prevention; II. Religious Pluralism and Limitations on Freedom of Religion; llI.
Election of New President and Executive for the Home of Macedonian Culture
This news item is courtesy of the Rainbow Party On Saturday, February 13, 1999, the Board of Directors of the Home of Macedonian Culture convened a meeting and held elections. The following appointments were made: Ilias Dafopoulos - President Petros Dimtsis - Vice-President Georgia Petropolou - Secretary Panagiotis Anastasiadis - ...
European Commission Request Regarding Macedonian Language
This news item is courtesy of the Rainbow Party AN OFFICIAL REQUEST REGARDING THE USE OF THE MACEDONIAN LANGUAGE HAS BEEN RAISED BEFORE THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION February, 8 1999 RAINBOW was recently in contact with European Union Parliamentarians as well as with representatives of other European institutions.
Rainbow Party Press Release in Regard to Recent Statements Made in the Media
RAINBOW -- OURANIO TOXO STEFANOU DRAGOUMI 11 PO BOX 51 53100 FLORINA GREECE tel-fax: 0385 46548, 45O44 E-mail: misirkov@compulink.gr Web: www.florina.org Florina - Lerin 29/01/1999 In regard to the recent statements made to the media by the Prime Minister of the Republic of Macedonia, Mr. Ljupcho Georgievski, the Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr.
Vinozhito and Other Macedonian NGOs' Reactions to Pangalos Statements
Greek Helsinki Monitor Press Release - Jan. 20, 1999 Following the statements by the Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs Theodoros Pangalos, during his visit to the Republic of Macedonia, that "there is no Macedonian minority in Greece", that "Vinozhito" won only 1700 votes", that "it is a collection of Slavomacedonians, ...
Condemnation of Pangalos' Statements Regarding Macedonian Minority in Greece - MHRMC
The Macedonian Human Rights Movement of Canada condemns the statements made by Greek Foreign Minister, Theodoros Pangalos during an official visit to Skopje, Macedonia on December 22, 1998. When questioned about the treatment of the Macedonian minority in Greece, Pangalos reacted by saying, "Greece will never recognize a Slavic minority ...
Condemnation of Pangalos' Statements Regarding Macedonian Minority in Greece - GHM
Topic: Government, parties & human rights organizations must condemn intolerant statements by foreign minister Pangalos The cooperating non-governmental organizations (NGOs) Greek Helsinki Monitor and Minority Rights Group-Greece condemn the statements made, yesterday in Skopje, by Minister of Foreign Affairs Theodoros Pangalos, as intolerant if not racist.
Human Rights Watch World Report - Greece
http://www.hrw.org/hrw/worldreport99/europe/greece.html "A number of human rights abuses continued to plague Greece during 1998, especially regarding the treatment of the Turkish and Macedonian minorities, as well as of migrants. There continued to be government-imposed restrictions on freedom of expression and freedom of worship.
MHRMC Welcomes the Acquittal of Trajanos Pasois
The Macedonian Human Rights Movement of Canada welcomes the acquittal of ethnic Macedonian human rights activist, Trajanos Pasois, who stood trial in Greece on November 18, 1998. Pasois was charged under Article 191 of the Greek Penal Code ("disseminating false information") on February 17, 1996 for bringing wall calendars into ...
Upcoming Trial of Macedonian Activist in Greece
The Macedonian Human Rights Movement of Canada calls on the international community to condemn the upcoming trial on Wednesday, November 18, 1998 of Trajanos Pasois, an ethnic Macedonian human rights activist living in Greece. On February 17, 1996, Trajanos Pasois crossed the border between Greece and the Republic of Macedonia at Niki (Negochani).