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DioGuardi asks for change to the Constitution aimed at forming a bi-national state (video)

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The United States should call for codification of ethnic equality between Albanians and Macedonians in the Constitution because the current Constitution (1991) contains outdated post-Yugoslav provision that perpetrate a second-class, discriminatory status for Albanians in the Macedonia, the President of the Albanian American Civic League, Joseph J. DioGuardi said in his statement at a hearing in the House Committee on Foreign Affair, in the direction of forming a bi-national state.

An immediate step to take should be the active commitment of the United States to the full implementation of the now fifteen-year-old “Oher/Ohrid Agreement”. Change to the Constitution must be made that would reflect the fact that there are at least two major ethnic groups in the country who need equal rights, because there’s nothing more important than equal rights, adds DioGuardi, who is known for his anti-Macedonian position and praising of Albania and Albanian nationalism.

He always presents the Slavs as being responsible for the suffering of the Albanians in the Balkans. So it was this time when he said that those who brutally attacked Sela were representatives of the Slavic government.He never addresses as Macedonians. So in his latest statement he addresses us as Slavs or Slav Macedonians, and he also attacks the leader of VMRO-DPMNE for Slavic racism.


The current political crisis and economic chaos in Macedonia has very negatively affected the daily life of the large Albanian population, which is already subject to extremely high unemployment, especially among the youth. It is obvious that economic discrimination against Albanians is being used as an institutionalized instrument of ethnic cleansing of Albanians, much like the late Serbian dictator and indicted war criminal Slobodan Milosevic used in Kosova from 1989 to 1999, until the United States led NATO to bomb Serbia and brought Milosevic to justice in the Hague International Criminal Court for the Former Yugoslavia. Milosevic was charged with “crimes against humanity”—crimes that are now being repeated by virulent Slavic racism -3- and chauvinism under Nikola Gruevski’s direction today, Joseph J. DioGuardi said.

These are catastrophic positions of the President of the Albanian American Civic League in relation to Macedonia, the Macedonian Constitution and the Macedonian people. He believes that a third of the population in Macedonia are Macedonians, while a third are ethnic Albanians and Bulgarians each.