Prof. Dr. Svetomir Skaric was born in Dojran in 1941, in a rural family. He completed primary education in Dojran and Gevgelija, and high school in Strumica. He graduated from the Faculty of Law in Skopje, and received his master's degree and doctorate from the Faculty of Law in Belgrade, under the mentorship of prof. Jovan Djordjevic. He was elected assistant to prof. Evgeni Dimitrov, and then as an assistant professor and professor of Constitutional Law at the Faculty of Law in Skopje. He was on a study visit to Grenoble, Sapporo and Tokyo and a visiting professor in Bordeaux. He taught for 15 years at the Josip Broz Tito Political School in Kumrovec, together with Kiro Gligorov, Predrag Vranicki, Muhamed Filipovic, Miat Shukovic, Milojko Drulovic and Slavoj жеiжеek. He has attended several conferences of the International Constitutional Law Association (L'AIDC), the International Political Science Association (IPSA) and the International Peace Research Association (IPRA). The submitted papers are published in the book "Macedonia on all continents" (2000). Author of the books: Law, Force and Peace - Macedonia and Kosovo (2002), Democratic Elections in Macedonia 1990-2002 (2005), Scientific Interpretation - Constitution of the Republic of Macedonia (2014) and Constitutional Law, Eighth Edition (2015). He has been working on textbooks for a long time: "Political Theories - A New Age" and "The Constitutional Law of the European Union". He is preparing twenty essays on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the existence of the Faculty of Law "Iustinianus Primus" in Skopje (1951-2021). Through blogs, he brings constitutional law closer to the citizens, the state government and the opposition.