Prime Minister and SDSM leader Zoran Zaev said late Tuesday that yesterday’s sessions of the party’s Executive and Central Boards didn’t focus on discussing or deciding on his resignation from both posts, adding that he’s staying in post “to help stabilize the parliamentary majority and possibly increase it.”
“Today the Central Board decided to postpone the resignations. My resignations are neither discussed nor decided on. When I announced them on the night of October 31, I also said I’m staying to help keep the majority and see if it can possibly increase. I expect the democratic majority to stabilize, especially the majority that is in favor of the EU, of a multiethnic society. The days are ahead of us, and of course we’ll all find out,” said Zaev after the meetings of SDSM’s top bodies.