North Macedonian Prime Minister Dimitar Kovačevski said the opposition should agree to join the working group for a constitutional amendment that paves the way for EU negotiations.
Prime Minister Dimitar Kovaczewski said he believed the opposition should agree to join the Working Group on Constitutional Changes because it has been shown in the past that they do not want to participate in anything other than blocking the assembly.
In response to a question from a journalist, the prime minister reiterated that the next step in the process of constitutional amendments is the formation of a working group of experts to be coordinated by the Ministry of Justice to prepare the amendments.
Kovaczewski said: “We are talking about constitutional changes at the moment, but no citizen has seen what these constitutional changes are. So the first step is to enroll them in the experts. We are not only talking about the inclusion of Bulgarians in the constitution, but also other communities that have expressed expressed their desire to be part of our constitution, and other communities are already participating.” Use phrases.
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