The Bulgarian cultural club “Tsar Boris III” is set to be opened on Friday in Ohrid and on that occasion the leader of opposition VMRO-DPMNE Hristijan Mickoski called for the announced protest to be peaceful and non-violent.
The opposition leader called for a massive attendance of the protest, but also for it to be peaceful, democratic and without incidents, so as he said, “not to give an alibi to those who are the reason Macedonia is in this situation today”.
“There should be a protest in Ohrid, but it should be a democratic expression of the will of the citizens. Only the protest should be peaceful and non-violent, because otherwise those who brought Macedonia to this situation, SDSM and DUI, will benefit again. We support the protest and call to come out and protest in a peaceful way,” said Mickoski.
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