Thesis that everything has been done, the negotiating framework has been accepted and there are no changes, does not hold, says Siljanovska Davkova


It is true that the president is an authorized proposer of amendments, otherwise, to repeat, I am shocked when I hear such layman’s statements of the type that we will continue where we left off. Imagine that the new lineup will continue where the previous one left off. It is an unknown phenomenon of constitutional law, said VMRO-DPMNE MP Gordana Siljanovska Davkova in an interview with Sitel TV, speaking about the government’s promises regarding constitutional amendments.

“The program is the basis for action, which means the procedure will start again. I could speak only if I decide or become the president, so I propose amendments, otherwise it would be a violation of the principle of separation of powers, because in the current example, the proposer of the amendments was the Government,” said Siljanovska Davkova.

The opposition MP added that the thesis that the new government must continue with the amendments to the constitutional changes submitted by the previous government is very wrong.

“First the citizens will say who they will vote for, because then there will of course be a solution to the constitutional amendments in the programs. The thesis that everything is finished, the negotiation framework is accepted by everyone and there are no changes here, does not hold and you saw that with the example of Serbia and Kosovo. The question is in the interpretation, namely what is possible, because today one of the most current issues in the EU is the danger of the veto and putting an end to the veto, when it comes to the policy of enlargement,” the probable presidential candidate of VMRO-DPMNE and the coalition pointed out.

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