Election date to be set within the legal timeline, says PM Kovachevski


A caretaker government will be formed 100 days ahead of the parliamentary election, but it is up to Parliament to set the election date, Macedonian Prime Minister Dimitar Kovachevski said Wednesday in response to reporters after an event held to mark National Insurance Day.
PM Kovachevski noted that President Stevo Pendarovski’s first term was nearing its end as was this Parliament’s term. But when both elections would be held, he said, was to be decided by lawmakers.
“The public will be informed when Parliament reaches an agreement on the exact timing. Parliament will have to make that decision, and the Parliament Speaker is in charge of scheduling the elections,” said the prime minister

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