ANDOV, Stojan


ANDOV, Stojan (Kavadarci, 30. XI 1935) – an economist, politician, publicist and novelist, the first president of the Pluralist Assembly of the Republic of Macedonia. He finished elementary education and high school in his hometown, and he graduated at the Faculty of Economics in Skopje and graduated from the Faculty of Political Science in Belgrade (1972). He was Secretary of the High School and Municipal Committee of the National Youth, professor in the Gymnasium with economical classes "J. B. Tito "(1959-1963) and at the Workers' University" Mosha Pi-Jede "in Kavadarci. Worked at the Tikves Agricultural Plant in Kavadarci (1963-1964), where he was Secretary of the Basic Organization of the SCM and director of the Analytical-planning sector. Then he went to work as a professor at the Political School of the Central Committee of the ECM in Skopje (1964-1965) and an advisor to the Executive Council of the Assembly of the SRM (1965-1967). He was president of the Assembly of the Municipality of Kavadarci (1967-1970), then president of the Republic Center for ideological and political education and studies in Skopje (1970-1971) and member of the Secretariat of the CC of the Central Committee. He was also elected to various republican and allied social-political functions. At the Fifth Congress of the SCM, he was elected a member of the permanent part of the ECM Conference, President of the Commission of the CC of the CCM for Social Economic Relations and Economic Policy, a member Session of the Assembly of the Republic of Macedonia under the chairmanship of Stoyan Andov at the Presidency of the Standing Conference the cities of Yugoslavia, a member of the Board of Directors of the Association of Economists of Macedonia and a member of the Economic Council of the Assembly of the Socialist Republic of Macedonia. Later in three terms he was a member of the Federal Executive Council in Belgrade (1971-1982), President of the Federal Commission for Economic Co-operation with Developing Countries, President of the Interregional Committee for Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade System, President of the Yugoslav Joint Committee for Foreign Affairs Cooperation with Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Turkey and France (1971-1982), President of the Commission for Coordination of Cooperation with the European Economic Community and the EFTA countries (1978-1982), Vice President of the Executive Council of the Assembly of the SRM (1982-1986 ), sent in the Social-Political Council of the Assembly of the Socialist Republic of Macedonia, the President of the Board for issues in the area of ​​socio-economic regulation, economic policy, public defense, social self-protection, security and foreign relations of the Executive Council of the Assembly of the Socialist Republic of Macedonia and a member of the Delegation of the Assembly of the SRM at the Assembly of the republics and provinces of the Assembly of the SFRY (1986-1987), President of the Board for Social Development and Development, as well as the Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of the SFRY to Iraq (1987-1981).

Session of the Assembly of the Republic of Macedonia under the chairmanship of Stojan Andov

The President of the Union of the Reforming Forces of Yugoslavia appointed him as chief coordinator in the formation of the Union of the Reforming Forces of Macedonia (15th 1990), becoming the founder and leader of the political party Reform Force – Liberal Party (Skopje, 5th IX 1990 ), registered as the Liberal Party of Macedonia (16 Ⅹ 1990), remaining its president until the merger with the Democratic Party (DP, 19 Ⅳ 1997), when elected President of the Council of the newly formed Liberal Democratic Party (LDP, registered on 12. Ⅵ 1997). In the first multi-party elections (1990) he was elected MP, and later at all subsequent elections in the Republic of Macedonia. In three terms, he was President of the Assembly of the Republic of Macedonia (8 Ⅰ 1991 – 19 XI 1994; 19 XI 1994 – 6 Ⅲ 1996 – until the termination of the Alliance for Macedonia Coalition; 30 XI 2000 – 3 Ⅹ 2002). After the assassination of the President of the Republic of Macedonia, K. Gligorov (3 Ⅹ 1995), based on Art. 82, paragraph 3 of the Constitution of the Republic of Macedonia, for a certain period also functions as President of the Republic of Macedonia (5. Ⅹ 1995-10. Ⅰ 1996). Also, following the election of a Member of Parliament in 1998 was chairman of the Commission on Monetary, Credit and Banking Policy. In the elections of 31 Ⅹ 1999 was LDP candidate for president of the Republic of Macedonia, but did not qualify for the second round. After the renewal of the Liberal Party (1999), she was elected a member of her Executive Committee. He was re-elected as President of the LP's Seventh (Extraordinary) Congress (June 2001) and then re-elected to the LP's Eighth Congress (July 2004). In addition, as a Member of Parliament, he was the President of the Standing Inquiry Committee on Human Rights and Freedoms of Citizens (2002-2006) and President of the Parliamentary Committee on Constitutional Issues (since 2006). He is known as a politician from the time of the SFRJ oriented towards the market economy, an experienced and successful political negotiator in the contemporary domestic political environment, but also as a politician with an international reputation in negotiations with foreign experts in the field of economic relations, political system and human rights. She also deals with theoretical issues in the field of economics, journalism and literature. He is author of several books in the area of ​​economic and political system, as well as in the field of literature. BIB: Accession and management of social capital, Belgrade, 1985 (second edition, 1987); In my own way, Skopje, 2003 (memories); From my angle, Skopje, 2004 (columns from newspapers 1997-2004); Fear and Love, Skopje, 2005 (novel, second edition 2006). S. Ml.

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