The Macedonian Constitutional Court pleasantly surprised Macedonians Friday when it announced that they possess a fundamental right to have sex, report Bulgarian media.
As a matter of fact, the message published by the Constitutional Court refers in particular to a recent spate between it and Macedonian daily Vecer, in which the paper severely criticized the high Court about it declaring unconstitutional the recently adopted Law on Stimulation of Natality.
The statement, signed by the Court's spokeperson Jugoslav Milenkovic, includes the admonition that the people attacking the Court's rejection of the law “should not feel intimidated by the Court's determinations in the sphere of sex, and can freely practice it wherever they should wish, within the bounds of propriety and moral values.”
The Vecer daily came out Friday with an explicit headline: “Constitutional Court: F*** Wherever You Like!” (without the asterisks).
Vecer is regarded as close to Macedonian PM Nikola Gruevski, chair of center-right VMRO-DPMNE, and accuses the Court of supporting rival center-left SDSM.