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The myth that the Ohrid Framework Agreement (OFA) can be the 'cure' for fragile heterogeneous societies has been debunked shortly before its 10th anniversary. The general research question of this article is how political parties in Macedonia assess the role of the OFA in building functioning multiethnic society, while the specific puzzle is what accounts for the radicalism of the nationalistic rhetoric of the political parties in Macedonia? We argue that the assessment of the successfulness ofdoaj:809d0ebfadfa430682c6ea41dd63d1c9 fatcat:vkxtn7x3tfhndgk6qnj7yr3qoq