“We’ll be talking and working constantly in order to achieve the necessary consensus and have a parliamentary majority that will adopt the laws,” caretaker PM Oliver Spasovski said on Tuesday, answering a journalist’s question about the developments related to the Public Prosecutor’s law. In his view, maximum efforts should be made when it comes to dialogue in order for compromise to be reached in terms of adopting the laws and, thus, not endangering Macedonia’s future and perspective. The caretaker PM believes that it’s important for Macedonia to show that it has а minimal level of national consensus as far as the road to EU and NATO membership is concerned not only declaratively, but also through actions. Spasovski added that what VMRO-DPMNE was demanding was stopping all started pre-investigative procedures with a law. He doesn’t expect the elections to be postponed.