Constitutional amendments in Macedonian Parliament in two weeks, says Kyuchyuk


The procedure in the Macedonian Parliament over the constitutional amendments to include Bulgarians in the country’s constitution will begin within two weeks, claims Bulgarian Member of European Parliament (MEP) and North Macedonia Rapporteur Ilhan Kyuchyuk.
“The Government will submit the proposal of the working group for parliamentary discussion in the course of this or the following week,” MEP Kyuchyuk told BTV.
According to him, the inclusion of Bulgarians, Montenegrins and Croats in the Constitution is a very sensitive process and as with every opening of any constitution, the complex procedure requires a public, political debate.
“Based on the European Parliament’s practice not to release reports ahead of important matters, I proposed that the discussion on the country’s Progress Report is delayed by the fall,” said Kyuchyuk.
The MEP adds that the report urges the country to take into account “the attacks on persons with Bulgarian self-awareness” and undertake measures in accordance with the law.

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