Vlera Gjakova, MP in the Kosovo Parliament from the ruling Self-Determination Movement of Prime Minister Albin Kurti, who was also born in Skopje, backs the Macedonian public opposed to unprecedented name change and political trade.
Gjakova wrote on Twitter: “Be calm and remain a state. Never North, always Macedonia”.
Gjakova is from Skopje, working as campaign chief for Macedonia’s presidential candidate Blerim Reka, who is now Kosovo’s minister of European affairs.
Earlier, Gjakova wrote that three years ago she was part of the student plenum, protests and other activities against the former government of Nikola Gruevski whom she criticized in TV debates.
Vlera Gjakova says she was against the referendum on the name change and now sees no reason to continue what happened with the name change.
“But I do not see any reason now to continue similar political trade, especially for the future of the Special Prosecutor’s Office. I will be a strong opponent of: politically dependent judiciary, nepotism in the state administration, unreformed state administration”, wrote Gjakova.