Dimitar Kovachevski should not hide behind Ali Ahmeti, Bujar Osmani and Artan Grubi, he should come out and say which of the two proposals presented by VMRO-DPMNE is acceptable for him. If Kovachevski does not declare which of the two proposals is acceptable for him, there is no need for any further talks between VMRO-DPMNE and SDS, noted Mile Lefkov, opposition MP and member of the VMRO-DPMNE Executive Committee.
“If Kovachevski declares himself and accepts one of the two proposals, then the next step is a new leadership meeting. Without a concrete answer, VMRO-DPMNE does not lift a finger. The suggestions are clear. The first proposal includes the formation of a transitional government without DUI and constitutional amendments with delayed effect, and the second proposal foresees quick elections this fall, and then the future opposition to support the government in requesting guarantees from the EU institutions for the Macedonian centuries-old identity, requesting financial assistance from the EC and request that Bulgaria implement at least 3 judgments of the ECtHR on the rights of Macedonians,” said Lefkov.