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Kaos i Makedonien

av Martin Schori

Nationalistiska demonstranter tog sig på torsdagen in i Makedoniens parlament. Socialdemokraternas ledare Zoran Zajev slogs blodig av maskerade män.

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Zoran Zajevs parti har bildat majoritet tillsammans med albaner. Men alliansen möter dagligen protester från makedonska nationalister, enligt Reuters. Albaner utgör en tredjedel av landets befolkning. AFP PHOTO / Robert ATANASOVSKI / TT
Zoran Zajevs parti har bildat majoritet tillsammans med albaner. Men alliansen möter dagligen protester från makedonska nationalister, enligt Reuters. Albaner utgör en tredjedel av landets befolkning. AFP PHOTO / Robert ATANASOVSKI / TT

Omkring 200 demonstranter stormade parlamentet.
Omkring 200 demonstranter stormade parlamentet.
Police face protesters gathered outside Macedonia's parliament after the governing Social Democrats and ethnic Albanian parties voted to elect an Albanian as parliament speaker in Skopje on April 27, 2017. Macedonia's opposition leader was among at least 10 people injured in parliament on April 27 after protesters stormed the building following an allegedly unfair vote for a parliamentary speaker, witnesses and local media reported. The violence erupted after around 100 protesters supporting the rival VMRO-DPMNE party entered parliament waving Macedonian flags and singing the national anthem. / AFP PHOTO / Robert ATANASOVSKI / TT / kod 444
Minst 77 personer, varav 22 poliser och flera politiker, skadades vid protesterna som följde i Makedoniens huvudstad Skopje. AFP PHOTO / Robert ATANASOVSKI / TT
SKOPJE 2017-04-27 Macedonian police escorts injured members of the parliament including Social Democratic leader Zoran Zaev near the parliament in Skopje. Macedonia April 27, 2017. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski Photo: / REUTERS / TT / kod 72000
En skadad Zoran Zajev fördes bort av polis.  REUTERS / TT /
Police face protesters gathered outside Macedonia's parliament after the governing Social Democrats and ethnic Albanian parties voted to elect an Albanian as parliament speaker in Skopje on April 27, 2017. Macedonia's opposition leader was among at least 10 people injured in parliament on April 27 after protesters stormed the building following an allegedly unfair vote for a parliamentary speaker, witnesses and local media reported. The violence erupted after around 100 protesters supporting the rival VMRO-DPMNE party entered parliament waving Macedonian flags and singing the national anthem. / AFP PHOTO / Robert ATANASOVSKI / TT / kod 444
Polisen sköt chockgranater för att skingra nationalistiska demonstranter utanför parlamentet. AFP PHOTO / Robert ATANASOVSKI / TT
A woman waves a flag in front of police blocking the entrance to Macedonia's parliament as protesters gather after the governing Social Democrats and ethnic Albanian parties voted to elect an Albanian as parliament speaker in Skopje on April 27, 2017. Macedonia's opposition leader was among at least 10 people injured in parliament on April 27 after protesters stormed the building following an allegedly unfair vote for a parliamentary speaker, witnesses and local media reported. The violence erupted after around 100 protesters supporting the rival VMRO-DPMNE party entered parliament waving Macedonian flags and singing the national anthem. / AFP PHOTO / Robert ATANASOVSKI / TT / kod 444
”I ett försök att få kontroll över situationen utanför och inne i parlamentet, har vi beordrat polisen att använda alla tillgängliga medel”, säger den tillfällige inrikesministern Agim Nuhiu i en tv-intervju, rapporterar Reuters.  AFP PHOTO / Robert ATANASOVSKI / TT
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Policemen carry an injured man as protesters clash with police after the governing Social Democrats and ethnic Albanian parties voted to elect an Albanian as parliament speaker in Skopje on April 27, 2017. Macedonia's opposition leader was among at least 10 people injured in parliament on April 27 after protesters stormed the building following an allegedly unfair vote for a parliamentary speaker, witnesses and local media reported. The violence erupted after around 100 protesters supporting the rival VMRO-DPMNE party entered parliament waving Macedonian flags and singing the national anthem. / AFP PHOTO / Robert ATANASOVSKI / TT / kod 444
AFP PHOTO / Robert ATANASOVSKI / TT / kod 444
A police officer helps an injured protester during clashes in front of the parliament building in Skopje, Macedonia, Thursday, April 27, 2017. Chaos swept into Macedonia's parliament Thursday as demonstrators stormed the building and attacked lawmakers to protest the election of a new speaker despite a months-old deadlock in efforts to form a new government. (AP Photo/Dragan Perkovski)
AP PHOTO / DRAGAN PERKOVSKI
Police face protesters gathered outside Macedonia's parliament after the governing Social Democrats and ethnic Albanian parties voted to elect an Albanian as parliament speaker in Skopje on April 27, 2017. Macedonia's opposition leader was among at least 10 people injured in parliament on April 27 after protesters stormed the building following an allegedly unfair vote for a parliamentary speaker, witnesses and local media reported. The violence erupted after around 100 protesters supporting the rival VMRO-DPMNE party entered parliament waving Macedonian flags and singing the national anthem. / AFP PHOTO / Robert ATANASOVSKI / TT / kod 444
AFP PHOTO / Robert ATANASOVSKI / TT /
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