Prime Minister Dimitar Kovachevski told a news briefing after a joint meeting between the Macedonian and Bulgarian governments in Sofia on Tuesday that Macedonia’s Constitution would still “open the way” to the European Union.
According to Kovachevski, all the details of the open political issues will be considered by the foreign ministries of the two countries.
Kovachevski told reporters that the changes to the Constitution are a process that as a country must do on the road to the EU, because the Constitution will have to be adapted, and given that the country is multiethnic, communities have the right to seek to be part of the Constitution, which requires two thirds of the votes in Parliament.
Prime Minister Dimitar Kovachevski, when asked at a briefing in Sofia which specific rights of the members of the Bulgarian minority are violated in Macedonia when there are only two complaints of employment, and none on ethnic grounds and no lawsuit in Strasbourg against them against our country, answered that if there was only one, it should be resolved and then tell the Bulgarian authorities how it was resolved.
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