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Macedonia's SDSM to nominate Sekerinska for prime minister - Southeast European Times Tweet this news Mixx

Southeast European Times--SKOPJE, -Macedonia- -- Branko Crvenkovski, leader of the main opposition SDSM, announced on Wednesday (April 20th) that his party will nominate Radmila Sekerinska for prime minister if it wins the upcoming parliamentary elections

Thu, 21 Apr 2011 18:30:18 GMT+00:00

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