MIA Flash


27 September 2021

27 September 2021

Skopje – Election campaign for the October 17 local elections begins on Monday and runs over the next 20 days.

Skopje – Over the course of the election campaign for the local elections, Media Information Agency – MIA will operate based on the principles of professional, unbiased and balanced reporting and in line with the Code of Journalists.

Skopje – North Macedonia’s Parliament Speaker Talat Xhaferi will take part in the 10th meeting of Western Balkans Parliament Speakers in Slovenia’s Brdo pri Kranju on Monday.

Skopje – North Macedonia’s Foreign Minister Bujar Osmani held a phone call with South African Minister of International Relations and Cooperation Naledi Pandor.

Skopje – A regional EU-Western Balkans Media Literacy Conference: Building Resilience to Disinformation, organized by the EU Delegation to North Macedonia and the Macedonian Institute for Media, will take place in the Skopje-based Museum of Contemporary Art on Monday.

Skopje – A total of 1,619,857 persons, 503,491 households and 711,695 apartments were counted until 8 pm on Sunday in North Macedonia’s 2021 Population and Housing Census, according to the State Statistical Office on Monday.

Switzerland will finally join the ranks of countries in Western Europe that allow gay marriage after a referendum on Sunday showed that a majority of voters favour same-sex weddings.

Berlin — With all votes counted, Germany’s Social Democrats (SPD) have won the Bundestag election ahead of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservative CDU/CSU bloc, according to the federal election commissioner’s official website.

Berlin — The German capital Berlin is set for its first elected woman mayor as Franziska Giffey and her Social Democrats beat the Greens, according to interim figures published by the state electoral commission early Monday.

Berlin — Four German political parties were positioning themselves to enter coalition talks on Monday, just hours after a final vote count showed a narrow victory for the center-left Social Democrats (SPD) over the country’s incumbent conservative alliance.

A party made up of coronavirus vaccine sceptics has made it into the regional parliament in the state of Upper Austria on its very first try, according to first projections on Sunday evening.

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