Mickoski was authorized by the Executive Committee not to allow constitutional changes under dictation

Timcho Mutsunski / Photo VMRO-DPMNE

VMRO-DPMNE President Hristijan Mickoski will tell Prime Minister and SDSM leader Dimitar Kovacevski at the leadership meeting that he will not receive support for constitutional changes under dictation and under circumstances that are devastating for Macedonia. These are the powers that Mickoski received from the party's Executive Committee on the eve of today's leadership meeting with Kovacevski, said VMRO-DPMNE Vice President Timcho Mutsunski. He reiterated that the next step after the leadership meeting is for the government to submit the amendments for the constitutional changes to the Parliament and after it is shown that there is no possibility of calling early parliamentary elections.

"Bringing constitutional amendments in a situation where the national and state identity of the Macedonian people is attacked, when the language, history and culture are contested, is not a step forward. but opening the door to new crushing conditionings and self-denials. Due to the easy concessions and the harmful policies of the government, Macedonia is already in isolation. It is a fraud to say that at the leadership meeting a decision is made for integration or isolation. At the leadership meeting, decisions are made either for constitutional changes and national defeats or for the defense of national and state interests. "The criminalized government of DUI and SDSM is to blame for this subordinate state of the state," Mutsunski said.

He added that the Executive Committee of VMRO-DPMNE, in the name of the vast majority of Macedonian citizens, demands a fair chance, the same as the other peoples of Central and Eastern Europe had when they joined the EU.

When asked what the next steps are, Mutsunski said that the government should submit the amendments to the Constitution to the Parliament.

"The next step is to submit these amendments to the Parliament and see if there is a majority, and there is not." The next step after this capital failure is early parliamentary elections. Let's all offer our alternative on how European integration will be accelerated, whether through a lenient foreign policy or through a policy that guarantees certainty based on principles. The citizens will give the best answer to this in the elections. He is the only way out of the impasse," Mutsunski believes.

He confirmed that early parliamentary elections will be discussed at the leadership meeting.

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