Prime Minister looks for a constitutionally sound solution for the officials’ wages


All stakeholders in society must sit at the table and make a solution that will be constitutionally supported, says Macedonian Prime Minister Dimitar Kovachevski, discussing the wages of the elected and appointed persons, which were increased by 78 percent by the decision of the Constitutional Court.

According to Kovachevski, there is an initiative and a working group working on the problem, but compliance is needed from all stakeholders.

The PM pointed out that out of 1,100 elected and appointed persons, only 42 are from the Government, and 120 are deputies, 80 mayors and over 700 judges and prosecutors.


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