Kovachevski to put constitutional changes to vote, to resign if no majority, urges Mickoski


VMRO-DPMNE leader Hristijan Mickoski called on Prime Minister Dimitar Kovachevski to add the constitutional on the agenda in Parliament and to resign if it appears he has no majority. Asked by the media on Friday, Mickoski reiterated that there will be no constitutional changes in this parliamentary composition.

Talking about the constitutional changes working group, the VMRO-DPMNE leader said the group has no mandate, and it is just a needless waste of the citizens’ money.

“Those experts are receiving money from the Budget to work on something for which they currently have no mandate. They can receive a mandate only if Parliament adopts the need for the opening of the Constitution. If Parliament doesn’t adopt the need to open the Constitution, which is what will happen, then their work is unfounded. And the funds they are receiving from you, the citizens, will practically represent an abuse of the taxpayers’ money since they have no mandate to discuss the constitutional amendments at this point,” said Mickoski.

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