Osmani says that DUI are ready for a government without them

Photo: Government of RSM

The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Bujar Osmani, who is also the spokesperson of DUI, announced today that his party is ready to support a government in which it will not participate until the elections, if the opposition supports the constitutional amendments.

- DUI is ready to support a government without DUI until elections if the opposition supports the constitutional amendments and they come into force before the formation of that government. The European future of the citizens is above all!, Osmani announced on Facebook.

This idea arose from today's leadership meeting of the Prime Minister and leader of SDSM, Dimitar Kovacevski, and the president of VMRO-DPMNE, Hristijan Mickoski.

- VMRO-DPMNE is ready to enter a government with SDSM and the other political parties, but without the participation of DUI in that government, Mickoski said after the leadership and added that he "clearly told" the prime minister that VMRO-DPMNE together with the coalition stands on the position that constitutional amendments under Bulgarian dictation in this way and under these circumstances will not be supported.

Kovacevski, in response to a journalist's question after the leader's question regarding Osmani's announcement, said that he does not want to comment at the moment. - I told you that I do not comment, so that when all political parties express their views, then we will be able to build a common position, said Kovacevski, who, in his statement, emphasized that it became clear from the meeting that VMRO-DPMNE is not against constitutional amendments.

- It is good that the position expressed this morning by the vice-president of VMRO-DPMNE, Timcho Mutsunski, has practically changed and is different from what I heard at today's meeting, which is that VMRO-DPMNE is not against constitutional changes in the country, it is a common conclusion and key message from this meeting, Kovacevski said after the leadership meeting with Mickoski.

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