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Protest of opposition, members of NGO’s and residents in Skopje with requests to the government and Constitutional Court in Macedonia.
Two activists throw with the paint balls toward the facade of the Triumphal Arch “Macedonia” in Skopje. Gate “Macedonia” is part of the project “Skopje2014,” which created disagreements in the society.
The photographs document the protests of the opposition and members of civil society in Skopje against the measures of the government. Part of the protest include expression of public anger with throwing paint to facades of the state institutions.
Members of the “Colorful Revolution” celebrate and dense on the street after police did not allow their movement toward the police station to protest for police questioning of the activists.
Members of the opposition, activists cheer in support of throwing paint balls toward building of the Assembly with an improvised slingshot.
Members of the “Colorful Revolution” and their supporters celebrate during the protests in Skopje against the government.
An activist with a mask prepares to throw an improvised slingshot with a paint ball during the protests in Skopje.
An activists pulls back an improvised slingshot with a paint ball from a sieve during protests in Skopje.
An activist paints facade of the Ministry of Justice building in Skopje during the “Colorful Revolution,” protests.
A person waves the flag of the “Colorful Revolution” protests, while the protesters march on the boulevard in Skopje.
Protests in Skopje continued in a sixth day in a row on April 18th, 2016 after turbulences in recent political crisis in the Republic of Macedonia.
Video shows people demonstrating as protests in Skopje continued in a sixth day in a row on April 18th, 2016 after turbulences in recent political crisis in the Republic of Macedonia.
Opposition supporters demonstrated in Skopje, Macedonia on April 12 and 13 demanding the resignation of President Gjorge Ivanov after he issued pardons to 56 members of the ruling party and opposition linked to a wiretapping scandal.
00:30 Protesters (Macedonian)
00:40 Woman (Macedonian)
"If someone ask you, 'who are you defending?' "I am clean, I am defending the Constitution of Republic of Macedonia.”
Members of Albanian community in Macedonia protested on June 13 in Skopje against the government and government coalition. A former member of the Assembly Hisni Shakiri (third on the right) attended the protests.