VMRO-DPMNE leader says that if they want support for mayors, Albanian parties must respect Macedonians


In at least 10 of the 13 municipalities where mayoral candidates from the Albanian community will win, if they want the support of VMRO-DPMNE and its coalition partners, they will have to respect the dignity of Macedonians and smaller ethnic communities, says opposition party leader HristijanMickoski in an interview forFokus weekly political magazine.

“I will exclusively reveal for your magazine, that the least we can ask from our future coalition partner, who pleads to get the support for mayor in these (mixed) areas, is to respect the Macedonians and other smaller communities. And, to see that in action, the least we can agree on is for the chairman of the Council to be from the second largest community, and that is, for example, in Tetovo or Gostivar, to be Macedonian,” said Mickoski.

He adds that he did not talk to the Albanian opposition parties in that direction, but called on all Macedonian parties and parties of smaller ethnic communities to join the initiative of VMRO-DPMNE, because, says the party leader, only in that way will not be feel like second-class citizens in their own country.

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