We are talking with all the groups and with all the MPs and I am convinced that we are not that far from 80 MPs, said Deputy Prime Minister in charge of European affairs Bojan Marichikj, asked about the vote on constitutional amendments.
“I think that now at this stage everyone is highlighting a wide range of ideas around the constitutional amendments and that is good, but we will come to a stage when we will have to direct the agenda to what we really need for unblocking. And Mr. Trajanov will then have the opportunity to say under what conditions and whether he would support the constitutional amendments, but I think that apart from him, no one else has expressed a reservation regarding the support when we talk about the government majority. In the future, we will see, we are talking with all the groups and with all the MPs and I am convinced that we are not that far from 80,” Marichikj said when asked what is the number of MPs from the parliamentary majority that would support the constitutional amendments.
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