Within the frameworks of the 94th session, Parliament adopted on Wednesday several laws that President Gjorge Ivanov had refused to sign and returned to MPs. Among them were those on the OTA and electronic communications. Deputy PS Goran Misovski said that in accordance with the information from Ivanov informing Parliament that he had decided against signing the decrees for several laws, Parliament was reviewing them as ones in third reading. According to Article 75 paragraph 2, Parliament once again reviews a law, and, if it adopts it with a majority of votes, the President is bound to sign the decree, Misovski added. At the start of the session, the Deputy PS had stated that after a coordination process with parliamentary groups’ coordinators, it had been adjusted that the vote on the returned laws should continue without a debate.