North Macedonia’s main opposition party VMRO DPMNE Hristijan Mickoski said the price freeze is an anti-economic measure.
The main opposition party, VMRO DPMNE Hristijan Mickoski, said freezing prices as an anti-inflationary measure contradicts theory, practice and economics.
Noting that they thought they would fight inflation by freezing prices and holding daily press conferences, Mycosky noted, “They freeze prices today and loosen them tomorrow, and they will be harmed as long as they continue with such political gymnastics. More than half a million people in the country should live on 150 dinars a day.” . He said.
Reiterating his demand for early elections, Mycoski pointed out that this is not a struggle for power, but a struggle for a better life, that is, to stop the process of stagnation, crime and theft, and that Macedonia has finally begun to develop as it deserves. .
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