BESA’s Kasami Responds to PM Kovacevski’s Stands

BESA leader Bilall Kasami has reacted to PM Dimitar Kovacevski’s stand that “processes of strategic significance” cannot be subject of blackmails. As he said on Monday, he understands the PM is in an unenviable position and, having no political capacity to run the Government, he has interpreted BESA’s political positions differently. Foreign Minister Bujar Osmani is convinced the constitutional changes will be adopted next year. He described the remarks by certain political stakeholders as daily-political choreographies in an attempt to score more political points. As Foreign Minister highlighted, next week, the negotiations to secure a two-thirds majority in Parliament required to vote through a need to start the Constitution change process will intensify next week.