Arsovska: VMRO and SDSM are creating chaos in Skopje to distract from the joint amendment of the Constitution

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The mayor of Skopje Danela Arsovska in tonight's guest appearance on "Top Topic" on "Thelma" she accused VMRO-DPMNE and SDSM of having joined forces to block her program. Arsovska says that the reason for this is that since the independence of the state, "the citizens have been sold bare populism by every prime minister, minister and mayor".

"It is very difficult when you have two largest political parties in Macedonia, which have only one common enemy at this moment. My personal opinion is that they are focusing on creating chaos in Skopje and not voting on the projects because they want to defocus the public from the real problems in the country, and that is how they jointly change the Constitution, but that is another topic. This topic is, if they want to implement it, they should vote in that Council, and I will implement all those projects that I have promised to the citizens, as far as I know and am able," Arsovska said.

Although she was asked several times, the mayor did not want to reveal how her cooperation with VMRO-DPMNE, the party with whose support she was elected to the position, fell apart so quickly. After being supported in the local elections, Arsovska accused the largest opposition party that its directors were "caught red-handed", and the president of the party Hristijan Mickoski called it "racket number one" in Macedonia.

"I don't need to explain the metaphors, if all of Macedonia, two million citizens, understand what I'm talking about, I don't need to explain further," said Arsovska.

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