“In a vote with repercussions for the stability of one of Europe’s most conflict-prone regions, MPs in Macedonia are poised to decide on Monday whether to accept changing the Balkan country’s name.

The country’s prime minister, Zoran Zaev, is locked in battle to secure the requisite support, and the MPs’ ballot will be knife-edge. ‘It is going to be decisive for him,’ said Branko Geroski, a prominent political commentator speaking from Skopje, the former Yugoslav republic’s capital. ‘Either he wins the two-thirds majority needed to ratify the Prespa agreement with Greece or he calls early elections.'” (The Guardian)