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Strašo Angelovski (Macedonian: Страшо Ангеловски, born 5 August 1959 in Skopje) is a Macedonian politician. He is the current leader of the far-right political party TMORO-VEP (Tatkovinska Makedonska Organizacija za Radikalna Obnova - VARDAR EGEJ PIRIN), and previously led the MAAK-Conservative Party.

In 2001 he organised demonstrations which blocked the entrance to the Assembly of the Republic of Macedonia, delaying a session by six hours, in protest to the Ohrid Accord between ethnic Albanian insurgents and the government. [1]

References

  1. ^ MACEDONIA BEGINS DEBATE ON REFORMS AMID PROTESTS, PBS Newshour, 2001-08-31, accessed on 2008-05-23

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