Opposition leader gives PM until May 10 for dialogue on snap parliamentary elections


VMRO-DPMNE leader Hristijan Mickoski on Saturday commented on the position of Prime Minister Dimitar Kovachevski, who said that he was not ready for dialogue with the opposition for snap parliamentary elections and that the active blockade was a problem.

“My position is that there is a deadline until May 10, after which we continue according to what was adopted by the party’s EC, and that is an active blockade of the Macedonian Parliament,” Mickoski said.

The opposition leader told Kovachevski that if he does not want to participate in the so-called “leaders’ meeting”, he should invite the leaders of his coalition partners in the Government.

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