Mickoski: There are 12 days left for the smaller parties to vote for a single constituency


I’m for equality, I am for a country in which all citizens regardless of their ethnicity and religion will be equal. And that is why I do not see an obstacle for the politicians in Macedonia to dare to vote for a single constituency in the Parliament. The vote should weigh equally everywhere. It needs to weigh equally in Tetovo, Gostivar, Strumica, Gevgelija, Bitola and Prilep, and Kumanovo. Why not do it all together? “Why should we create political tension, and that is why I do not see the need for a Badinter and a balancer,” said VMRO-DPMNE leader HristijanMickoski.

Mickoski asked ‘why a society must be built in which someone will feel subordinate to you by belonging to a certain quota or a certain percentage’.

“They should muster their courage and talk about quality, only then Macedonia will be able to move forward,” Mickoski stressed.

Mickoski, when asked about the single constituency option, the deadline given by the small parties expired, whether he had contacts with them, given that it practically depends on them and the majority of the Government in the Parliament, answered that there are 12 days left until the end of April, which still leaves enough time for the smaller coalition parties to speak out.

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