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JULIJANA MLADENOVSKA analyses the Macedonian elections of 2002, and concludes that few parties went to the people with concrete messages. It would be better for the parties in Macedonia to attempt to meet the real needs of the voters. The Macedonian citizen, regardless of his ethnic background and his/her fears related to the violent conflicts and an uncertain future, is growing to be a serious critic of the groups and individuals leading Macedonian political life. It is time for a more responsible and honest political leadership.
JULIJANA MLADENOVSKA is Senior Political Analyst in the PR and Political Analysis Department at INDIGO O&M Marketing Agency, Ruzveltova 39, 1000 Skopje, Republic of Macedonia.