Mucunski: Macedonia’s EU integration path should be seen through the prism of real European criteria, not based on Bulgarian dictates

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We remain on the position that the constitutional revision under the current circumstances and under Bulgarian dictate are unacceptable for VMRO-DPMNE. This is the position of the party bodies, the MP group, a stance adopted by consensus after discussion within the party, says VMRO-DPMNE vice-president Timcho Mucunski in an interview with TV 24.
Mucunski told TV24 that the Government of SDSM and DUI had decided to undertake tasks beyond its jurisdiction in the relations with Bulgaria.
“Despite all warnings, the Government decided to undertake a task beyond its jurisdiction under the Constitution and the laws. Now this decision requires consensus, and it is not ‘take it or leave it’, because if they wanted to consider VMRO-DPMNE’s position, then they should have done that at the time when such a solution was negotiated. We all know that consensus was reached among key political stakeholders in neighboring Bulgaria regarding the decision that was offered,” said the opposition official.
Mucunski adds that VMRO-DPMNE will not feel responsible as a political party if the constitutional revision fails.
“The pressure lies with the Government, because the parliamentary majority was the one who decided to start this adventure and they are now under increasing pressure because they undertook a task they cannot deliver. Therefore, the pressure is not on VMRO-DPMNE but the ruling majority. We cannot feel any responsibility as a political entity for something we did not negotiate or were informed of,” said Mucunski.

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