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Studies show that, across Europe, a large majority of citizens believe that their political parties are corrupt or extremely corrupt. These tendencies might lead us to the unknown and slippery field of murky politics, barriers to entry for new political parties and movements, and excessiveness in money spending that, in the end, deviate from the basic principles of democratic representation. This particular study focuses on the Republic of North Macedonia and the local cost of politics.