VMRO-DPMNE has a plan for opening EU negotiations, but first we need elections, says Mickoski


VMRO-DPMNE leader Hristijan Mickoski in an interview with Kanal 5 TV stressed that he and VMRO-DPMNE had a plan for Macedonia to reach negotiations with the European Union, and for that to be realized on the country first needs elections.
“First, we need elections. Here are the numbers in the Parliament saying that they don’t want snap parliamentary elections even though we offered to have no caretaker government. We told them, you organized Przhino one, Przhino two, colorful revolutions, destroyed, smeared, painted, built, destroyed. We said that we are ready to go to the elections even without a caretaker government. We also offered them the last date to be June 11 for snap elections, that there is no need for a caretaker government, that Oliver Spasovski can remain the Minister of Interior and that their Minister of Labor can stay, we don’t have to propose our MPs, they should all be from their government, and we will present our plan to the citizens. If our plan gets the needed support, that is, if VMRO-DPMNE gets support, then we will apply our plan”, said Mickoski.

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