VIDEO INTERVIEW | Jovana Mojsoska: Left is the only anti-fascist party in Macedonia
For 30 years, no government took care of our anti-fascist monuments, and not only is there no promotion of the national liberation struggle, but if you start looking for something about the anti-fascist history of Macedonia, you will see that during Yugoslavia, many more films were made and it was preserved a much larger archive than in these 30 years of independence. In the meantime, museums of the victims of communism were built, while these monuments were left to the test of time. It was in the time of VMRO-DPMNE, and in the time of SDSM we reached the point of erasing the inscriptions "Bulgarian fascist occupier" from the monuments. It is a direct rehabilitation of fascism, which is happening in our country and is already escalating, and the Bulgarian clubs are proof of that. Here I would emphasize that Left is the only anti-fascist party in Macedonia, says Jovana Mojsoska, the general secretary of Left.
Mojsoska was a guest on the "Morning Press" show, where she emphasized that her party has been attacked equally by SDSM and VMRO-DPMNE in the last period.
- When you see that the two joint stock companies (SDSM and DPMNE) that have turned Macedonia into private property coordinately and hysterically attack you every day, it is a sign that we are on the right path - said Mojsoska.
She also offered an answer to the accusations that the Left is a pro-Russian party.
- In my opinion, it is nebulous to talk about the spread of Russian influence in the country, because I don't know of any example in Macedonian history of a Russian ambassador chasing deputies through the corridors for changing the constitutional name - Mojsoska pointed out.
Mojsoska repeated the negative attitude of the Left towards our membership in NATO, stressing that her party was never against the EU, but membership in the Union, according to her, must not happen at any cost.
She believes that Gotse Delchev is Macedonian, and if he is Bulgarian because he studied at a Bulgarian school and was employed in the Bulgarian administration, then according to her and the President of the Parliament Talat Xhaferi, we can claim that he is a Yugoslav, because he studied in Belgrade and was an officer in JNA.