Friday, March 19, 2010
Skopians wants minorities in Bulgaria, Greece; new paragraphs in census
Bulgaria is not preventing an association of Macedonians in Bulgaria from registering as a political party. They are refusing to do so, Bulgaria's Prime Minister claims
Skopian organizations OMO-Ilinden and Vinojito, which pretend to represent the so-called Slavic Macedonian minority started a joint campaign against Bulgaria and Greece, Skopian "Vecer" newspaper writes.
Unregistered OMO Ilinden-Pirin considers that Bulgaria “must recognize slavo Macedonian language and nation as a factor for the establishment of good neighbor relations,” before offering contract for friendship.
On the other hand Vinojito asked the international community “to force Greek government to take measures on keeping human rights of Macedonians”. The Austrian-Slavo Macedonian Committee for Human Rights and Slavo Macedonian International Movement for Human Rights jointed the claims of Vinojito.
"Vecer" read further those two organizations censured in a declaration the refusal to register the “home of Slavo Macedonian culture” in Lerin as well as the incidents during the presentation of Greek-Macedonian dictionary, caused by the nationalist organization “Zlatnata zora”.
Vinojito is also protesting against some passages in the report of the U.S. State Department.