Another EU state releases Parliament protester, citing lack of democracy in Macedonia


After Greece and Hungary, Sweden is the third EU state who have publicly released a Macedonian citizen citing lack of democracy and capacity of Macedonian judicial system to provide a fair trial.

Dejan Davidovski, wanted through Interpol and arrested in Sweden will not be extradited to Macedonia on a request by the Macedonian criminal junta for his involvement on April 27th.


The Swedish Court deemed Davidovski’s case “political persecution” and advised the Macedonian citizen to seek asylum in Sweden.