Protestors use an improvised slingshot to throw balloons with colored paint on the Parliament building, during an anti-government protest in Skopje, Macedonia, Saturday, May 14, 2016. (AP Photo/Boris Grdanoski)
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The Macedonian parliament Wednesday called off a national election set for June 5 after most of the main political parties threatened to boycott the vote amid growing anger over a government wire-tapping scandal.Amending the electoral law, the assembly did not set a new date for the vote, which had been called last month as part of a European Union-brokered deal to end political deadlock linked to the scandal.But after more than 50 people implicated in the scandal received official pardons, three out of four political parties had said they would boycott the election.
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