The Agreement explained simplified Part 1by Ivan Slatinski
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In the age of Instagram, Twitter and Youtube, the art of reading, critical thinking and deductive reasoning is on the decline. I was asked to create a video version of my analysis, to help people understand the Prespa Agreement better, but that is beyond the scope of my technical knowledge and resources.
MacedoniaWhat Macedonia has to do
- Change the name to Republic of North Macedonia to be used everywhere
- Change the license plates of all vehicles from MK to NMK
- For a period of three years continue to change commercial names, trademarks and brand names
- Change all passports.
- Change all personal identification cards.
- Change all driver’s licenses.
- Change and print new money.
- Change all official documents and letterheads.
- Change the names of all official government and government related institutions.
- Change the Constitution of Republic of Macedonia.
- Allow Greece to request changes in the event of mistakes, errors, omissions inn the proper reference of the name and terminologies.
- Prosecute Macedonian citizens who disagree with the Agreement.
- Remove and change monuments, public buildings and infrastructures if Greece objects.
- Agree never to use the Sun of Vergina.
- Agree to call Solun – Thessaloniki and use the Greek names of the changed cities.
- Revise any school textbooks and school auxiliary material such as maps,historical atlases, teaching guides that contain any irredentist/revisionist references.
GreeceWhat Greece has to do
- Not to veto/object when and if Macedonia joins NATO and/or EU.
Round 1 Results
Currently, Greece has commanding lead, which means that the Agreement, such as it is, benefits them a lot more than it benefits Macedonia.
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