Currently, the commissions and expert bodies of VMRO-DFPMNE are working together with the political parties that are part of the coalition and very soon from today we will come out with amendments for the supplementary budget that will be submitted to the Parliament. Some of those amendments will come from the people and the need of the people as better infrastructure, parks, sports fields, sewerage, water supply and better living conditions for citizens, said VMRO-DPMNE leader Hristijan Mickoski during a visit to Municipality of Gazi Baba.
Mickoski stressed that he expects the government to show maturity and support the amendments proposed by VMRO-DPMNE and not to act irresponsibly as they are currently hindering the World Bank loan to support municipalities in Macedonia.
“I expect the Government to show responsibility and maturity to support those amendments, something that is not the case with the World Bank loan worth 63 million euros, which they started in February 2021, thinking that the mayors of SDSM will win locally. And so each municipality receives a certain amount of money from the World Bank, needed to improve infrastructure. SDSM experienced a debacle in the elections and is blocking this loan. It passed a commission and now Talat does not schedule it for a plenary session,” said Mickoski.