Kovacevski: There’s No Pressure on MPs who Allegedly Want Elections

There aren’t any pressures on ruling majority MPs that are allegedly in favour of elections and against constitutional changes, PM Dimitar Kovacevski has said regarding opposition leader Hristijan Mickoski’s accusations. According to the PM, within his party, SDSM, everybody is entitled to their own opinion, but nobody is against decisions made by SDSM unanimously. “This is Mickoski’s third lie,” Kovacevski points out. Foreign Minister Bujar Osmani, who’s a member of DUI, believes that Mickoski’s accusations are not worthy of a comment and attention because they are inconsistent. “The accusation that there are some structures influencing MPs doesn’t deserve a response because it is not consistent. It is so unsustainable that it doesn’t warrant attention,” he stresses.