Talk:Lui Temelkovski

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Wow this article looks like it was written by one of Mr Temelkovski's campaign staffers! it is pure propaganda. And BTW, it states he is an immigrant from a location without running water etc, but neglects to inform us of what country that was in. 01:57, 21 January 2006 (UTC)

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Since when did Yugoslavia (Temelkovski being from the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia) not have running water? My town iN Macedonia has had running water since 1895.

Well, I don't know the veracity of the claim, but it was lifted directly from his biography (for his federal riding). Indeed, a previous version of the article was a copyright violation. I'll check to see if there's any copyvio stuff Ground Zero hasn't removed yet. Mindmatrix 20:14, 24 January 2006 (UTC)
Here's another bio, which conflicts somewhat with the first bio of LT. Specifically, it states he came to Canada at the age of nine, not 13. Mindmatrix 20:44, 24 January 2006 (UTC)
It seems very odd that his village wouldn't have running water in the 50s. My town (as with the person above) has had running water long before communist Yugoslavia.