Red&Yellow Protests in Traditional Rhythm of ‘The Hard One ‘


Time: 12:14 a.m. CEST

Red&Yellow protest continued in Skopje with support of some folk dance groups and walk from the Government building to the Assembly building. Representatives of folk group danced the traditional male dance “Тешкото”, or “The hard one,” after Bogdan Ilievski said several verses of the poem with the same name. Ilievski stated that “anyone who wants to be president of the Parliament could become the president if refutes Tirana’s platform.”

Organizers of the protest and Friday night speakers in the program, that even included a children-program host Darko Mijalkovski, requested refusal of Tirana’s platform and showed their determination to persist with their requests.

Despite political momentum, members of the folk dance group performed the traditional folk dance, which is one of the symbols for Macedonian migrants in the past.

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