Divisive Macedonian

Macedonians either love him or loathe him. To his detractors, Nikola Gruevski, who was today (28 July) scheduled to be confirmed as prime minister for a third term, is corrupt, a populist, a ruthless Machiavellian and an enemy of a free media. “No, no, no,” say his supporters. He is as clean as a whistle, modest, the scourge of tax-dodging tycoons and a family-values man to his core.

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