Voters in the newly-renamed Republic of North Macedonia will choose their new president on Sunday in the second round of the election. It could see the ethnic Albanian minority play a major role. Their candidate, Blerim Reka was eliminated two weeks ago, gaining just ten per cent of the vote. But his supporters may be pivotal in a run-off between two very different candidates, in a race that is looking close. Francis Collings reports from the capital Skopje.
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