SSK Arsovska: MPs need to resign if they can’t do their job


For two years now, Macedonia is in the midst of a health and economic crisis, and if we take into account the growth of the number of cases and the unavailability of vaccines for citizens, it is uncertain when the crisis will end and recovery will begin, said Danela Arsovska, head of the Association of Chambers of Commerce.

“Small and medium sized companies don’t have reserves to maintain their liquidity. The members of Parliament have an obligation, a job to do, and the citizens expect them to do it. If they are not capable of doing it, they can always return their mandates,” Arsovska said.

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