PM Kovacevski: Majority Strong and Stable

PM Dimitar Kovacevski has said the majority is strong and stable. As he pointed out on Tuesday, the cabinet reshuffle proposal will be supported by more than 64 MPs. The proposal, according to him, is based on the need to adopt necessary laws that will improve the living standard of citizens and solidify reforms on the EU path. Even though he has remarks about Pavle Trajanov’s decision not to support the Frontex law, Kovacevski is pleased that the MP’s party, Democratic Union, has announced it would stay on the EU path. Zoran Dimitrovski of Trajanov’s party resigned as Deputy Minister of Local Self-Government. According to VMRO-DPMNE, more and more parties are “leaving the sinking ship”.