Mass surveillance endangers freedom of expression in Macedonia
Recent articles in Macedonia

Amid the resurgence of coronavirus cases in still-shuttered North Macedonia, the tourist seasons getting underway in nearby countries have been used to manipulate public opinion with disinformation and to inflate toxic nationalism.

The official told web journalist Meri Jordanovska that he would be “creating a funeral” for her; he told broadcast journalist Iskra Korovesovska that he knew where she lived, and that she should “run away” if she saw him on the street.

A group of VMRO-DPMNE members stand to boycott the vote as the Macedonian parliament passes constitutional changes to allow the country to change its name to the Republic of North Macedonia, in Skopje, 19 October 2018, REUTERS/Tomislav Georgiev

Macedonia’s state-owned news agency (MIA) suspended the prominent VMRO-DPMNE promoter Cvetin Chilimanov after he called for the rape of journalist Valerie Hopkins on Twitter.