The ruling structure doesn’t have support from VMRO-DPMNE for constitutional changes, the party’s Vice-President, Aleksandar Nikoloski says. He calls on the Government to put the item on the agenda in Parliament to see that it doesn’t have VMRO-DPMNE’s support. “The proposals for constitutional changes will fail in Parliament,” Nikoloski notes, adding that early elections should be held after that. In his view, SDSM and DUI are responsible for national humiliation of the Macedonian people. “Currently, the whole people is seeing the type of economic disaster that will come in the whole country at the start of autumn,” the VMRO-DPMNE Vice-President stressed. VMRO-DPMNE adheres to its stand that the people should voice its stand on a referendum regarding the language, culture, individuality, and history issues.