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Krste Crvenkovski

Krste Crvenkovski

Krste Crvenkovski (Крсте Црвенковски) (Prilep, July 16, 1921 - Skopje, July 21, 2001) was a Communist political leader in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and in the Socialist Republic of Macedonia. He was a leader of the League of Communists of Macedonia (July 1963 - March 1969).

He was a political opponent to the dominant political course of Lazar Koliševski in the 1970s.

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