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- proper n. A city in the central south-eastern part of the Republic of Macedonia.
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Address: Partizanska 146 - Negotino 1440 Macedonia email: [email_address] web: spindzur. freetzi.com and strasopindzur. wordpress.com phone: (389) 43361-900 fax:: (389) 43361-900
Several Orthodox Christian believers from Macedonia's central town of Negotino, worried they would be committing a sin if they vote for Muslim candidate Imer Selmani in this Sunday's presidential elections, have asked, and got the blessing to do so from their local priest …
"Since I consider myself to be a big believer, and my fellow citizens know me as one, I consulted my priest in order not to make a mistake, since Imer Selmani is a Muslim," said one Negotino resident to the local "Dnevnik" newspaper.
Already Sencap is proceeding to file legal action regarding Negotino, because 'A better offer by all terms was drafted in full compliance with the regulatory procedures'.
The winner for the Negotino station was the consortium of Hatch, MacDonald Finance Engineering from Canada (Bulgarian business interests) with a $6.2 million lower offer, from the 68 million Sencap offered.
In May 2008 it failed to secure the Bulgarian Bobov Dol lignite production complex and a few months latter it also lost a bid for the Negotino power station in Fyrom, a double blow that caused strain for the management of both companies.
Primary School "Strasho Pindjur" Negotino, Macedonia