Tag Archives: SDSM

VMRO-DPMNE Allegations at Government

The government is in panic, pressures and threats are a futile attempt to instil fear. This was VMRO-DPMNE’s reaction to SDSM appeal for support to the constitutional amendments. According to the opposition, the entire domestic and international public is witness that the SPO is used for apparent political persecution of former VMRO-DPMNE functionaries. The Public Prosecutor’s Office is also fully ...

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Mickoski Open Letter to Zaev

SDSM rejected, the Prime Minister is silent. Masks have fallen and the true face of the government was revealed. In an open letter to PM Zoran Zaev, VMRO-DPMNE leader Hristijan Mickoski said Zaev has shown three things. Firstly, through not accepting the proposal and his silence about the formation of an independent prosecution that will fight crime he has acted ...

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Novo Selo Mayor Stojcev Tenders Resignation

Novo Selo Mayor Boro Stojcev has tendered irrevocable resignation from his post, citing moral reasons. SDSM previously appealed to Stojcev to renounce his post, noting a procedure was launched for Stojcev’s exclusion from the party. The Strumica Prosecution demanded that the conditional sentence against Stojcev dating back to 2015 be activated after he was apprehended on 10 July this year ...

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SDSM Reacts to Charges Field by DPMNE against Zaev

By filing ungrounded criminal charges without any basis or purpose VMRO-DPMNE shows it remains stuck in the matrix of past and the time when they abused the judiciary. “There is no crime, least of all bribe at elections and this is something that DPMNE knows all too well. The true question is why DPMNE is against the increase of salaries of ...

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Parliament Adopts Decision for Announcing Referendum on 30 Sep.

The Macedonian parliament with 68 votes in favour and no abstentions or against adopted decision for announcing name referendum on 30 September 2018 which will be of consultative nature. The decision for calling the referendum was adopted by absolute majority of the total number of MPs. The referendum question will read as follows: ‘Are you in favour of EU and ...

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VMRO-DPMNE: SEC Composition after Agreed Laws are Passed

First all things that were agreed at the leaders’ meeting should pass in the parliament i.e. the law on funding of parties, law on technocratic government and afterwards the SEC composition will be elected. This is the reaction of VMRO-DPMNE as to why the SEC has not been formed as yet as previously it was agreed that the SEC composition ...

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Leaders Meeting: Despite Progress no Agreement on Referendum Question

Leaders of the four biggest political parties in Macedonia after almost a six-hour debate reached agreement on part of the issues on the table in the first part of the Monday leaders’ meeting. Despite initial statements that agreement was reached on SEC composition, party funding law and technocratic government ahead of elections party leaders failed to align on the referendum ...

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53rd Parliament session; Amendments Adopted

Within the 53rd session MPs without a debate adopted the Law on amending the law on training and examination of principles of primary schools, secondary schools, school centres and open civil universities for lifelong learning in an urgent procedure. With 58 votes in favour and 15 against the Parliament upheld the amendments to the Law on judges and public prosecutors ...

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Leaders Meeting in Shortened Format Held, Still no Agreement

The leaders’ meeting on Thursday, taking place in shortened format i.e. the leaders and one representatives from the four biggest political parties, was concluded after nearly four hours, but no agreement was reached around the issues related to the coming referendum and the formation of the State Election Commission. The meeting was attended by the leaders of SDSM, DUI, VMRO-DPMNE ...

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Parliament Adopts Declaration for NATO Membership

Parliament at its Thursday’s continuation of the 53rd session unanimously adopted the Declaration on supporting Macedonia’s accession process for NATO membership. The Declaration was adopted by a vote of 76 in favour without any votes against or abstained. SDSM’s MP Hari Lokvenec said that NATO admission directly brings security and stability, and also indirectly affects not military but economic benefits. ...

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