Macedonian Human Rights Movement International
Decision by the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe about the Case of OMO Ilinden of Pirin
Ministers' Deputies Decisions CM/Del/Dec(2007)997 8 June 2007 --------------------------------- 997th (DH) meeting, 5-6 June 2007 Decisions adopted at the meeting --------------------------------- 997th DH meeting 5-6 June 2007 Section 4.2 Decisions The Deputies, 1. took note of the continuing commitment of the Bulgarian authorities to ensure without further delay full implementation ...
Macedonian national minority envoy in US and Canada to seek support, by Georgios N. Papadakis May 2, 2007 Читај ја оваа страница на македонски
Representatives of Macedonian national minority organizations from Greece, Bulgaria and Albania are concluding their first joint visit to the US and Canada, aiming to inform government officials, diplomats and members of the Congress about the violations of human rights against Macedonians in all three countries.
Dimitras interview to Macedonian daily "Dnevnik” on human rights in Greece
Greek Helsinki Monitor (GHM) disseminates the interview of its Spokesperson Panayote Dimitras to the Macedonian daily newspaper "Dnevnik” published on 17 April 2007. He gave answers to several questions of journalist Zana P. Bozinovska.
Motion for a resolution in the Council of Europe regarding the status of the Macedonian ethnic minority in Greece
On 17 April in the frame of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe took place a proposal for a resolution regarding the status of the Macedonian ethic minority in Greece// The motion was signed by fifteen deputies of the Council of Europe after an initiative of Rainbow party, a delegation of which attends the works of the General Assembly which takes place these days in Strasburg.
Plight of the ethnic Macedonian national minority of northern Greece
Doc. 11249 Motion for a resolution presented by Mr Jurgens and others This motion has not been discussed in the Assembly and commits only the members who have signed it 1. The undersigned are deeply concerned about the high number of sustained human rights violations against the Macedonian ethnic and linguistic minority of northern Greece.
EFA Press Release - Right to self-determination: "Only Macedonians can define themselves as Minority”
European Free Alliance http://www.e-f-a.org/ PRESS RELEASE Brussels, November 29 2006 Right to self-determination: "Only Macedonians can define themselves as Minority” Following the debate in the Foreign Affairs Committee on the progress report of Bulgaria towards EU membership the European Free Alliance (EFA) has emphasised that every community has ...
Press Conference - Brussels: Bulgaria's Accession to the EU - Respect for Minorities
WHEN: WEDNESDAY 29 NOVEMBER AT 14H00 WHERE: EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT PRESS ROOM PHS0A50 TRANSLATION: BULGARIAN/ ENGLISH Bernat Joan (Catalan MEP), Gunther Dauwen (EFA Party Director) and Stojko Stojkov, representative of Bulgaria's Macedonian minority party OMO Ilinden Pirin and their legal representative Yonko Grozev will give a press conference on respect for democracy and political pluralism in Bulgaria.
Council of Europe and Olli Rehn declare that Bulgaria should register OMO "Ilinden” Pirin
European Free Alliance http://www.e-f-a.org/ Following the letter of President of the Commission Barroso on the registering of the OMO Ilinden Pirin party, Olli Rehn's spokesperson declared yesterday that Bulgaria should enable this party to register. In the program 'Horizont' on the Bulgarian National radio Krisztina Nagy, spokesperson of ...
MHRMI Appeals to International Community to Intervene on Behalf of Oppressed Macedonian Minority in Bulgaria
Macedonian Human Rights Movement International - Press Release Bulgaria has stepped up its campaign of blatant racism and intimidation against its large Macedonian minority only months before its acceptance into the European Union. Following a defamation campaign against Macedonian political party OMO Ilinden PIRIN by Bulgarian media, Bulgarian politicians have ...
OSCE Implementation Meeting - Freedom of Thought, Conscience, Religion or Belief - Statement of Rainbow
Mr. Moderator, ladies and gentlemen. Everyone can easily understand that one of the most fundamental principles of a democratic state should be freedom of thought, conscience, religion or belief.