Constitution of the Republic of Macedonia

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the Republic of Macedonia

The Constitution of the Republic of Macedonia is a codified constitution outlining the country's system of government and basic human rights.

In 2001 it was announced that Macedonia had adopted a new Constitution which enshrined 15 basic rights and has granted rights to the country's ethnic Albanian population, as part of the Ohrid Agreement.[1][2]


  1. BBC NEWS | World | Europe | Macedonia adopts new constitution
  2. Macedonia to alter constitution for Albanians | World news | The Guardian

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