North Macedonian Prime Minister Dimitar Kovačevski said that constitutional changes, which are a prerequisite for EU negotiations in the country, will be brought to Parliament in the next two weeks.
Prime Minister Dimitar Kovaczewski said in a statement today that the constitutional amendments will be submitted to Parliament during the next two weeks and that the negotiation process will begin in Parliament when necessary.
Asked after meeting with the leader of the main opposition party VMRO-DPMNE, Christian Mikowski, if that meant an agreement had been reached to vote on the constitutional changes, and whether there would be snap elections if they were not voted on in the fall, Kovacevsky reiterated his position that There will be no early elections and the constitutional changes are not related to the government’s mandate.
Stressing that there will be no elections in the country in the fall, Kovaczewski said: “The elections will be next year, presidential first and then general elections. The process of constitutional amendments relates to the European integration of the state, not the powers of the government, and it is the duty of every political party to support European integration when it takes place.” The review of the constitutional amendments by the government, they will be announced and made public, and then all our citizens can rest assured that they are technical changes, something that is already in the Constitution. According to the testimony of the country’s leading legal experts, the section “Parts of other countries living In the country “from the constitution separately.” Make an evaluation.
Pointing out that every MP is obliged to support the EU negotiation process, Kovaczewski said, “That is why I believe it is the duty of every parliamentarian and every political party to support this process, open the chapters and close the negotiations by 2030 and ensure the continuation of the European integration of the country.” He spoke.
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