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Students and teachers from the economic high school in Gostivar, hospitalized yesterday with symptoms of severe poisoning at the Clinic of Toxicology in Skopje, are in a stable health condition; 8 out of the 14 admitted left the hospital over the night, r
Director of the Public Security Bureau, Mitko Cavkov, Friday afternoon held a press conference to emphasize that the public needs to know the truth, so there are no speculation and misinformation.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Friday it condemns any act of violence, including yesterday's violent incident in the Parliament that must, in no way, be a way to manage challenges.
Teams in the Macedonian Parliament began determining the extent of damage which the building sustained during the violent protest on Thursday afternoon.
VMRO-DPMNE President Nikola Gruevski strongly condemned the violence in the Macedonian Parliament on Thursday and urged the authorities to hold the perpetrators responsible.
Minister of Interior Affairs Agim Nuhiu condemned Friday the incidents in the Parliament and said certain police structures have not done their job and must be held responsible.
The Public Prosecutor's Office of Macedonia (OJO) informed that it is taking all necessary steps to prosecute all involved in the violent incident in the Macedonian Parliament on Thursday afternoon.
Social Democratic Union of Macedonia (SDSM) issued a written press release on Friday in which it called for maximum restraint from all citizens, in the wake of the storming of the Parliament on Thursday afternoon.
At least a hundred people were injured in the storming of the Parliament on Thursday afternoon, when hundreds of protesters pushed through the police to prevent an attempt by the SDSM party to force a vote on a new Parliament Speaker.
Order has mostly returned in the area around the Macedonian Parliament, hours after the building was stormed by hundreds of protesters, angered after SDSM staged an irregular vote to elect a new Parliament Speaker.
Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov called for a return to calm and order after the Parliament was stormed on Thursday afternoon.
The atmosphere in front of the Macedonian Parliament is calm, and the civilians who previously entered the Parliament have now started exiting the premises.
President of Republic of Macedonia will address the public on Thursday at 10:00 pm.
Some 30 MPs have been evacuated from the Parliament where incidents happened after Talat Xhaferi was elected president of the Parliament and hundreds of citizens entered the building.
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