Grubi believes that now is the time to open the Constitution and resolve all “ongoing issues”


First Deputy Prime Minister Artan Grubi, in an interview with TV21, said that there would be more than 80 MPs that would vote for the proposed constitutional amendments.
“The 64 current majority, 10 other MPs from AA and BESA, that’s 74 MPs. 2 MPs from the Left will not vote for sure. So there are only MPs of VMRO-DPMNE who are not all from VMRO-DPMNE, there are also from other smaller parties. I believe that all those MPs from the VMRO coalition have European convictions,” said Grubi.
Grubi added that now was the time to open the Constitution and resolve all ongoing issues.

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