VMRO-DPMNE demands that laws on public administration are not be passed without a public debate


Immediately stop the committee hearing in the Parliament on the set of laws that should regulate the work of the state administration and organize a public hearing at which all arguments would be presented, from experts, trade unions and others concerned, and those remarks would be translated into amendments, said MP Bojan Stojanoski from the VMRO-DPMNE MP group.

“It is absolutely unacceptable for this package of laws to be carried without a broad debate in society, in which the stakeholders who operate in this part of society will be included. It is even more worrying that it is carried out during the caretaker government’s term, and I would say it is absolutely unethical to carry out such legal decisions in such a procedure. We decided today with a direct communication to call the trade unions to come to the Parliament, to tell us their remarks and through the discussion in the Commission, we will try once again to convince the MPs from the majority that they should not support such a proposed a legal solution, because it will not be a solution, but will be an additional problem for the problematic public administration which is organized like this at the moment,” MP Stojanoski said at a press conference.

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