PM Zaev: Attempt for Securing 2/3 Majority, Otherwise Snap Elections

In a matter of few days, we shall know whether there will be an ambiance for reaching an agreement with the opposition for a two-thirds majority that is necessary to vote for the constitutional changes in the Parliament that are a result of the Agreement with Greece.  This was stressed by Prime Minister Zoran Zaev in a statement at the launching class for new students at FINKI. Zaev stressed that today is a day for summing up all of the analyses and said that the talks will start from Tuesday. According to him, there is a capacity for organizing snap elections which is the last option if an agreement isn’t reached. “Certainly there is a capacity for elections. The law and the Constitution envisage such steps. But I hope we shall be able to make a deal. The processes cannot be frozen and put at standstill, and things will have to move forward,” said the Prime Minister.