The goals and tasks in the first epoch were different, compared to the goals and tasks in the second epoch. Because you still have to admit that after the failure to form a government in 2017 and the biggest defeat that happened in the local elections in 2017, I would say a state of demotivation within VMRO-DPMNE. And it is logical for a large part of the activists, the supporters, to passivize the membership after the serious rush of the then government. Both the goals and tasks in that first epoch after my election as party leader of VMRO-DPMNE at the end of 2017 were to stabilize the party again, to reorganize it, to restore the damaged reputation we had with the international community, with our primarily strategic allies and friends. At the same time to create coalition potential inside Macedonia with other political parties. Finally, to win the elections, said the VMRO-DPMNE leader Hristijan Mickoski in an interview on MRT’s political show.
Mickoski added that unfortunately in the general elections last year they were under the guise of the coronacrisis and then in another rush of power and bribes, pressure, threats and blackmail enabled the coalition between SDSM and Besa to have 10,000 votes more than VMRO-DPMNE and two MPs.
“If from today’s perspective we make an assessment of whether the goals we set in the first epoch were fulfilled, I can say that we have fulfilled them and in the end I can say that there is one more thing left, I would say another burden that VMRO-DPMNE carries, and that is the frozen property. And this is the result of one, I would say, a violent and artificial trial by the ruling majority led by SDSM,” Mickoski said.
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