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Macedonian PM Pledges To Forge Ahead On Name Change, Despite Referendum Failure On Turnout
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Macedonian PM Pledges To Forge Ahead On Name Change, Despite Referendum Failure On Turnout

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Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zaev has vowed to follow through with a change to the Balkan state’s name as part of a deal to end a decades-old dispute with neighboring Greece after a September 30 referendum on the move failed to secure a turnout of 50 percent, required to make the nonbinding vote valid.

Only 36.9 percent of the country’s 1.8 million eligible voters cast ballots in the referendum as election officials continued to tally results on October 1.

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With more than 98.6 percent of polling stations reporting, it was clear the legal threshold to make the vote valid would not be reached…

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