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At the start of the 1990s, women confronted a new set of challenges as a result of the introduction of a multiparty system as part of the democracy-building process in the Republic of Macedonia. They faced up to them with a great deal of energy, hoping to construct a society that would continue to advance equality. This case study focuses on the political participation of women in Macedonia, and the implementation of the law on quotas.

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