“Colorful Revolution” Counts Eight Days Until Freedom

A view on the Boulevard “October 11th” after “Colorful Revolution” members and their supporters painted the gray asphalt by throwing buckets of paint.

Time: 10:28 p.m. CEST

Eight days until the end of the ultimatum, members of the “Colorful Revolution” give their demands to the government for solving the crisis. Today’s protest marked a life of a cartoonist Darko Markovik who passed away on Wednesday.

Markovik with the cartoon character “Pecko” (Prickle) recently draw his reflection to the “Colorful Revolution” and today in his memory gathered members of the opposition and their supporters, residents granted him and his work with applause. Owner of the newspaper “Sloboden Pecat,” Branko Gerovski talked about Markovik during today’s protests and recall on him as someone who inspired others.

People have a banner with a title “Gruevski to the court. We are counting until the freedom.” Before and after the talks under the cloudy sky in Skopje, not only members of the  “Colorful Revolution,” but also residents and other supporters participated in the painting with paint roller tray of the part of the Boulevard “October 11th” close to the Assembly of Republic of Macedonia.

During the Friday’s protest walk from the Prosecution for intercepted conversations toward the Assembly, some demonstrators used vuvuzelas to make a noise in front of the police cordons deployed on several locations.

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