“Through transfers from the unrealised capital investments, but also with a new Eurobond, the Government is planning to bribe voters,” VMRO-DPMNE leader Hristijan Mickoski said at a press-conference on Sunday, describing the economic situation as disastrous. As he highlighted, that’s exactly why PM Zoran Zaev has started to head the Finance Ministry, that is, to cover up the criminal political crimes. Mickoski once again called on Zaev to organise early parliamentary elections. “Basically, early elections are an excellent opportunity to check whether he’s truly shining or he shines only when he is in the company of several fans of his,” the VMRO-DPMNE leader stressed. According to him, the opposition is ready for such elections right away even though it is insisting on and has proposed two periods, that is, at the start of April, taking the Easter holidays into consideration, or towards the end of May, due to the Ramadan holidays, next year. In response, SDSM spokesperson Kostadin Kostadinov said the economic figures deny Mickoski’s statements.