At the presidential debate – different points of view on the Negotiating Framework

The presidential candidates have from close to completely different views regarding the opening of the Constitution and the Negotiating Framework for the entry into the EU.

The pre-election presidential debate of the National MRT Service is underway. The presidential candidates have from close to completely different views regarding the opening of the Constitution and the Negotiating Framework for the entry into the EU.

About the SDSM presidential candidate Stevo Pendarovski "there remain 3.500 Bulgarians, a small minority, which should be included in the Constitution". For this important issue of joining the EU, Pendarovski sees justification for opening the Constitution.

For VMRO-DPMNE presidential candidate Gordana Siljanovska-Davkova, the Negotiating Framework is not something that should be taken or left.

– I don't perceive the proposal as take it or leave it. I am guided by the national and state interest. Someone should have referred to it, it was not allowed to go to Brussels without reaching a consensus. I am trying to reject the Negotiating Framework - says Siljanovska-Davkova.

For Arben Taravari from the Albanian opposition coalition Vredi "We must ask for some guarantee from the EU that the Bulgarian condition is the last". But he reminded that several messages have come from the European centers that the Negotiating Framework cannot be changed.

Biljana Vankovska Cvetkovska from Levica said that "The Bulgarian agreement is easy to break, the Prespa one is a little more difficult, but we must get rid of the stegitis ".

According to Maxim Dimitrievski, leader of ZNAM, "it is not impossible to change the Negotiating Framework".
GROM candidate Stevco Jakimovski said that we are also important to the EU and that we should take that into account.

- As important as the EU is to us, they need us to control security in this part of the Balkans. It is extremely irresponsible to behave servilely towards all their requests - said Jakimovski.

DUI candidate Bujar Osmani said: "If a place for future elections was seen for future generations, we would now be part of the EU".

At the debate, all important issues were discussed - the internal, external and economic policy of the state.

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