Mickoski: It has become a practice for ambassadors to interfere in internal affairs

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Macedonian Prime Minister HristijanMickoskion Thursday expressed his willingness to talk with experts, but also with ambassadors about the announced reform related to the Judicial Council and the Council of Public Prosecutors. Yesterday, some of the ambassadors expressed remarks about the announcement of their dissolution.

“I am ready to sit all day, talk, work until we find a solution to make it better, just not like before. Because as it stands, it’s not good. Somehow it became a practice for ambassadors to interfere in the country’s internal affairs. Okay, even if it is so, 600,000 citizens voted for this coalition. Obviously it means nothing to them,” Mickoski said.

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