Kovachevski says he’s optimistic that in the next 30 days he will secure 80 MPs to change the Constitution


Prime Minister Dimitar Kovachevski said Wednesday he expects a fruitful discussion and constructive debate on the constitutional amendments, but also cross-party consensus for continuation of the country’s European integration.

“The Government issued a press release yesterday and published the full text of the draft-initiative for constitutional amendments, which has been forwarded to the Parliament. In line with its procedures, the Parliament will first proceed through the Constitutional Committee and then at a plenary session. The tempo and completion of our European integration path now depends on us and the decisions we make. I believe our 120 MPs will have the vision, the virtue and the courage to take a decision that results in the country’s European integration, thus securing a better European future for current and future generations,” Kovachevski said.

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