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Mickoski Invites Kovacevski to Debate on Energy and Heating Crisis

VMRO-DPMNE President Hristijan Mickoski invited on Thursday PM Dimitar Kovacevski to a debate regarding his party’s proposal for overcoming the energy and heating crisis. According to the opposition leader, Kovacevski should name the time and place. The same day, answering a journalist’s question, Mickoski stated that he also demanded a meeting with the Government. Regarding the issue of parliamentary majority, ...

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Foreign Minister Osmani to Comment on Skopje-Sofia Relations after 2 October

Foreign Minister Bujar Osmani will not comment on the Skopje-Sofia relations during the Bulgarian elections. “I will not comment on the relations with Bulgaria during the elections there because then all statements of ours become part of the political fight and I really wouldn’t want to affect that process. I will keep my comments for after 2 October,” he stated ...

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PM Kovacevski Addresses UN General Assembly

There is no alternative to a better life than EU membership. That was the message sent by PM Dimitar Kovacevski in his address to the UN General Assembly. As he added, North Macedonia has waited for too long, but it remains committed to achieving the strategic goal. Regarding the Ukraine situation, Kovacevski condemned the Russian aggression. In the context of ...

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North Macedonia’s Delegation’s Activities in New York Continue

North Macedonia’s delegation has continued its activities in New York. In a discussion with Columbia University students, PM Dimitar Kovacevski talked about Open Balkan, describing the initiative as organic and adding it was an economic alliance of North Macedonia, Serbia, and Albania, built on European principles. Also, he said he had always invited Kosovo because he had learned the conflict ...

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Andonov with Initiative for Replacement of Mickoski as VMRO-DPMNE Leader

The new faction for democratic revitalisation of VMRO-DPMNE, as it was reported, has demanded for Hristijan Mickoski to be replaced as party leader. One of the initiators is Oliver Andonov, a former Interior Minister, whose term lasted one day in one of the so-called Przino governments. As he said on Wednesday, that doesn’t mean there is a new wing within ...

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Milevski Submits Resignation as Local Self-Government Minister

Goran Milevski submitted his resignation as Local Self-Government Minister on Tuesday, citing personal reasons. He confirmed that for MTV1 TV. Milevski will also resign as LDP leader. SDSM and Alternative are adamant that there will be no reshuffle. DUI shares the stand that there is no need for such change. On the other hand, VMRO-DPMNE’s stand remains unchanged, that is, ...

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Levica: Skopje-Sofia Deal not to Be Directly Part of Referendum Question

The good-neighbourliness deal will not be directly part of the referendum initiative of Levica. However, the referendum question will concern the Bulgarian requirements, the leader of the party, Dimitar Apasiev told Sitel TV on Monday. According to him, the question, which the party should determine on Wednesday, will not be against EU membership of the country. The legal grounds for ...

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Mickoski Criticises Xhaferi over Rejection of Referendum Initiative

In an interview with Fokus, VMRO-DPMNE President Hristijan Mickoski says regarding the Referendum Initiative rejection that Parliament Speaker Talat Xhaferi unlawfully played the role of a Constitutional Court judge. He adds that only the Constitutional Court can interpret the Constitution. In Mickoski’s view, the ruling structure is aware that there would be a turnout in a referendum because the people ...

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Parliament Speaker Xhaferi Rejects VMRO-DPMNE’s Referendum Initiative

On Tuesday, Parliament Speaker Talat Xhaferi rejected VMRO-DPMNE’s Referendum Initiative concerning the deal with Bulgaria. As he explains in the answer to the President of the opposition party, Hristijn Mickoski, that the Initiative is not in line with the Constitution, which says international deals that are ratified are part of the internal legal order and cannot be changed by law. ...

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VMRO-DPMNE Leader Mickoski on Referendum-Related Developments

VMRO-DPMNE will not support a change of the Constitution, regardless of the referendum result, party leader Hristijan Mickoski said on Monday. He believes the referendum process will be successful. However, as the opposition leader stressed, regardless of the result, even if it fails, the party will not support a constitutional change under the current circumstances. Mickoski also answered a question ...

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