VMRO-DPMNE leader Hristijan Mickoski in an interview with TV 21’s “Click Plus” said that Dimitar Kovachevski was an illegitimate Prime Minister who did not receive support from the citizens in the elections, nor did he appear before them with a program for you to vote for him.
“I have stated my position, and that is that for me Kovachevski is an illegitimate prime minister and there is no dilemma here. Because he did not appear before the citizens and did not present his strategy, vision and program for which he would get a vote,” said Mickoski.
Mickoski stressed that Kovachevski is simply placed where he is placed.
“I’m not saying that he is illegal, but that he is illegitimate. They voted for Kovachevski in Parliament, they elected his office and that is it. That’s bad for him, too, because it leaves a wrong impression. At the end of the day he is a university professor, he would have to appear in front of students in the near future. What kind of pedagogue will he be when he breaks the pedagogical morality?,” said Mickoski.