VMRO-DPMNE will consult with its coalition parties, as well as it’s leadership and the MP group in the coming days on whether to attend a leaders’ meeting organized by Prime Minister Dimitar Kovachevski scheduled for Monday, informed the leader of the opposition party VMRO-DPMNE Hristijan Mickoski, adding that he has not yet received an invitation and he knows the plan for the meeting.
According to Mickoski, a leaders’ meeting should discuss essential matters and real problems that bother citizens, such as the rise in prices and inflation, and not about constitutional amendments, because VMRO-DPMNE will not change its position on that.
The opposition leader added that if he attends the leaders’ meeting, his party will not change its position on constitutional amendments and that now it is too late for broad consultations regarding constitutional amendments.
“Such broad consultations should have been held five or six months ago when he was selling out Macedonia and when he thought he was doing heroic deeds, but in fact he capitulated. Now it’s late and if there is no majority for those constitutional amendments, and there won’t be, we should discuss a date for snap elections,” added the VMRO-DPMNE leader.