Kovachevski had four weeks to choose between our two offers, but as of today they are no longer valid, and there is only one option – early parliamentary elections, said VMRO-DPMNE leader Hristijan Mickoski in an interview for Kanal 5 on Thursday.
Mickoski said the Government and opposition are not negotiating and “are very far from negotiations.”
“The two options I offered at the leaders’ meeting were on the table until this moment, but I still haven’t heard Kovachevski say which option he accepts, the first or the second. There is only one option on the desk as of today – snap parliamentary elections,” said Mickoski.
According to Mickoski, it is possible that VMRO-DPMNE will win 61 MPs, while a coalition with DUI is the last option, “especially,” he said, “with the current leadership of this party.”
“VMRO-DPMNE has a clear position that cooperation with DUI is the last option, and we will do everything for the future Government to be without DUI,” said Mickoski during the TV interview.