Three days after the circus with the majority in the Parliament, where he boasted to the media that his majority is stable – the offer from Prime Minister Zoran Zaev for a Government for national salvation came in. And here the question arises how after four years the Prime Minister who leads the Government, brought it to the country to the stage of having a national government for salvation then we can see and make a retrospective of his rule. The position of VMRO-DPMNE is clear – there are no negotiations with the mafia, we will defeat them in the elections, and furthermore, VMRO-DPMNE will form a government that will lead this country and will take it out of this whole current crisis, said BojanStojanoski, MP of the parliamentary group of VMRO-DPMNE and the “Renewal of Macedonia” coalition.
Stojanoski added that the vote of confidence in Zaev a few days ago was just an act to discipline the ruling majority.
“After the majority voted that day, the next day there was no quorum in the Parliament so that it could function. Let me remind you that before that, over 22 days ago, we did not have a session in the Assembly. That majority is not functional and it can be seen every day after the work in the Assembly. Today, after this visit, we will have a session at 12 pm, so we will check that majority whether it is so stable or whether there will be problems again with creating a quorum for the functioning of the sessions themselves,” said Stojanoski.