The second amendment has to do with changes of the Constitution’s preamble which will include concrete documents from the Anti-Fascist Assembly of Popular Liberated Macedonia (ASNOM) which led to the formation of Popular Republic of Macedonia as part of the Yugoslav Federation. The third amendment underscores that sovereignty, territorial integrity and borders should be respected. This amendment also states that the country does not have territorial claims in neighbouring countries. The fourth amendment relates to the fact that authorities should care about Macedonians living abroad, without interfering in the internal affairs of the countries in which they live in. These amendments are part of the Prespa agreement signed in June, which puts to an end the long lasting contest between Athens and Skopje regarding the issue of the name. The approval of the constitutional amendments follows the referendum that was held on September 30th.