Albanian party will not vote for constitutional amendments if the Albanian language is not included instead of 20 percent in the Constitution


As long as the change in the wording from 20% of the language spoken by the citizens to Albanian is not introduced, Besa MPs will not vote on the constitutional amendments, said the leader of the Besa movement, Bilal Kasami, in an interview with RFE/RL.
Kasami says that before the election there is no possibility of any combination with VMRO-DPMNE, and with any other Macedonian opposition party.
“The society in Macedonia is not ready for such combinations and unfortunately, I can already state that we are returning to the ethnic votes and the parties will run and will compete in that ethnic campus in order to go after the post-election combinatorics who will form a coalition with whom for the Government,” said the Besa leader.

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