Mickoski: When I talk about DUI crime, I am accused of being anti-Albanian

Mickoski at a rally in Saraj

VMRO-DPMNE held a rally in Saraj

In the past 17 days, since the campaign for the first round of presidential elections began, which will culminate in two or three days, the energy, emotion and desire of the citizens, regardless of their ethnicity, is really at a high level, the unification around the desire for change and the unification around VMRO-DPMNE is huge like never before, said the president of VMRO-DPMNE, Hristijan Mickoski, at today's rally in the municipality of Saraj.

- Such a unification, which has never happened before in the past three decades in Macedonia, after the victory on May 8, obliges and represents a great obligation for us, the leadership in VMRO-DPMNE, to respond to your expectations, and I am convinced of the motive and desire to succeed let's make this our common Macedonia a decent place to live - said Mickoski.

He emphasized that he was unjustifiably accused of being anti-Albanian.

– When I talk about the crime of DUI and when I talk about the crime of the firsts in DUI they accuse me of being anti-Albanian because I accused Ahmeti that his myth of an ideologue fell at the right moment when his swat decided to drive a Rolls Royce while the people in Saraj , in Chair, in Tetovo, in Gostivar, barely making ends meet. When his nephew decided to buy a shopping center in the center of Skopje for tens of millions of euros, when Artan's family decided to buy properties worth tens of millions of euros throughout the cities of Macedonia, and when I asked the question where the money for all that came from. Then they accused me, it motivates me to continue fighting against criminals in politics, regardless of whether they were Albanians, Macedonians, Bosniaks, Turks, Serbs, Vlachs, Roma, my only goal is for the sun to finally rise in Macedonia and all criminals in politics who are getting rich on our backs, regardless of their ethnic and religious affiliation, to answer for everything they have done to the citizens. I will continue to fight because crime has no ethnic affiliation - Mickoski said.

Mickoski indicated projects from the VMRO-DPMNE program where 250 million euros will be invested in the municipalities.

- VMRO-DPMNE intends to invest 250 million euros from the budget to the municipalities for projects that are important to you, we plan to invest several million euros here in Saraj, and I call on the mayor to prepare projects - said Mickoski.

He called for a mass walkout on April 24 and May 8.

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