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US Department of State Blacklists Struga Mayor Merko

The US Department of State reached a decision to make Struga Mayor Ramiz Merko generally ineligible for entry in the US. The official decision of the Department of State reads that while serving as Struga’s mayor, Merko misappropriated funds and interfered with judicial and other public processes, damaging the public’s faith in North Macedonia’s democratic institutions and officials. The Department ...

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Kovacevski: Working Groups Best Solution for Constitutional Changes

PM Dimitar Kovacevski believes that the formation of working groups by the ruling parties and the opposition for processing the initiative for constitutional changes is the best solution for the current stalemate situation, in which the opposition still refuses to provide support for the adoption of the constitutional changes. “The meeting I had with VMRO-DPMNE leader Hristijan Mickoski provided a ...

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Mickoski: There’ll Be No Constitutional Changes Under Bulgarian Instruction

VMRO-DPMNE leader Hristijan Mickoski said during the celebration of the party’s 33 rd birthday that their party will not support constitutional changes under, as he states, Bulgarian dictatorship. “Over the past two weeks, we have witnessed a campaign full of disinformation and lies that I and VMRO-DPMNE have allegedly decided to support the constitutional changes. With that smear campaign, the ...

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Positions of Kovacevski and Mickoski for Constitutional Changes Unchanged

PM Dimitar Kovacevski once again stated that VMRO-DPMNE leader Hristijan Mickoski accepted during their meeting last week to provide support for the constitutional changes and that now he has to keep his word. “We have no time for interpretations of who said what. Mickoski clearly said that VMRO-DPMNE would support constitutional changes, and if he doesn’t stand behind that, he ...

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VMRO-DPMNE, SDSM Continue Row over Constitutional Changes

VMRO-DPMNE and SDSM continue with the trading of accusations and arguments about whether and what has been accepted or agreed at the meeting of party leaders Hristijan Mickoski and Dimitar Kovacevski, respectively, over the processes for adoption of constitutional changes. VMRO-DPMNE MP Mile Lefkov said that SDSM and Kovacevski continue to avoid to make a decision about the proposals offered ...

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DUI Proposes 3-Step Plan to VMRO-DPMNE over Constitutional Changes

DUI Spokesperson Bujar Osmani revealed at a press conference a proposal for a three-step plan they will offer to VMRO-DPMNE for resolving the current political situation concerning the constitutional changes. The first step of the plan is for VMRO-DPMNE to provide support for the constitutional change before the second intergovernmental conference between EU and North Macedonia takes place, the second ...

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Positions of Kovacevski and Mickoski for Constitutional Changes Unchanged

PM Dimitar Kovacevski once again stated that VMRO-DPMNE leader Hristijan Mickoski accepted during their meeting last week to provide support for the constitutional changes and that now he has to keep his word. “We have no time for interpretations of who said what. Mickoski clearly said that VMRO-DPMNE would support constitutional changes, and if he doesn’t stand behind that, he ...

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Kovacevski: We’re Glad VMRO-DPMNE Accepted Constitutional Changes

PM and SDSM leader Dimitar Kovacevski once again welcomed, as he said, the acceptance of VMRO-DPMNE leader Hristijan Mickoski to support the adoption of the constitutional changes. Kovacevski said during a party event in Kavadarci that the country should take the chance given by the EU, which at the moment greatly prioritises its enlargement due to the situation in Ukraine. ...

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SDSM to Discuss on Friday Proposal for VMRO-DPMNE to Join Ruling Majority

The central board and the executive committee of SDSM are to assemble on Friday in order to discuss the current political situation in the country, after VMRO-DPMNE leader Hristijan Mickoski accepted to support the constitutional changes upon condition for his party to replace DUI in the ruling majority. SDSM MP Bogdanka Kuzeska informed about this at a press conference, saying ...

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DUI Ready to Leave Ruling Majority and Make Room for VMRO-DPMNE

Spokespersons of DUI Bujar Osmani wrote on Facebook that DUI would accept the proposal of VMRO-DPMNE leader Hristijan Mickoski to leave the ruling majority in order for the constitutional changes to be adopted. This follows after Mickoski revealed that at the leaders’ meeting PM Dimitar Kovacevski proposed to him for VMRO-DPMNE to form with SDSM and the other parties a ...

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