Regarding Article 36 of the Constitution, where the new name will not replace the current one in the document, to which there have been reactions from Greece, PM Zoran Zaev said on Thursday those were historical parts in the Constitution itself. “The Greek side understands that,” he pointed out. As regards Wednesday’s protest outside the Criminal Court and calls for President Gjorge Ivanov to pardon former PM Nikola Gruevski and other persons charged by the Special Prosecutor’s Office, he declined to comment because “that’s a call by individuals”. Asked about the messages sent at the EPP Congress in Helsinki, he said MPs had complete legitimacy, full credibility and right transferred from citizens. He declined to comment on internal matters of the EPP and VMRO-DPMNE as sister parties.