Parliament can’t reconvene itself after it voted to dissolve, says VMRO-DPMNE, DUI demands a ruling from the Constitutional Court


A Parliament can’t reconvene itself after it voted to dissolve, it no longer has the mandate, VMRO-DPMNE MP Antonio Milososki said, commenting on SDSM’s initiative to re-constitute the legislature.

“While the decision on self-dissolution of the Parliament with 108 votes in force is in force, no one can, on his own initiative or desire, constitute or reconstitute the Assembly without receiving a mandate from the citizens in the elections,” Milososki said.

He estimates that if the Parliament meets again, it will serve as a screen for legalizing all government decrees that, according to him, SDSM and DUI adopted during the state of emergency, and have nothing to do with such a situation.

DUI MP Artan Grubi, on the other hand, believes that after the end of the state of emergency, the election deadlines will continue. For the initiative of SDSM; according to him, the Constitutional Court should decide.

“Everything depends absolutely on public health and the pandemic. All planning and dates depend on dealing with the coronavirus. We are not saying that the assembly should not be convened, but that the Constitutional Court should rule on SDSM’s request, Grubi said. “This initiative, which surprised us and is one-sided, should be submitted to the Constitutional Court and we should see the position,” Grubi said.

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