On Sunday, VMRO-DPMNE leader Hristijan Mickoski once again criticised the Government over the deal with Bechtel and ENKA. According to him, the Government wants to start the project for the Corridors without previously getting a construction permit, that is, without a basic project that would be audited and accompanied by all approvals according to the law. The same day, the VMRO-DPMNE leader went to Vodno as part of a symbolic march to mark Earth Day. Regarding the Clinic Centre issue, Mickoski stated that not only had the Government not built it, but also it would need to pay 20 million euros in penalties the Italy-based company was seeking for the terminated deal signed in 2017. When it comes to the working group for constitutional changes, Mickoski stated that sympathisers of Russian President Vladimir Putin were among those nominated.