North Macedonian Interior Minister Oliver Spasovski said that the current government will not fall with a new parliamentary majority.
While assessing the opposition’s request for early parliamentary elections, Interior Minister Oliver Spasovsky said the current government will continue to function until regular elections in 2024 and will not be overthrown by a new parliamentary majority.
Noting that he made a statement on this subject a few days ago and that he would repeat similar things, Spasovsky said: “This government will remain until 2024 and there is no need to talk about the romanticism of some politicians who get a new parliamentary majority every 2-3 months. The one who has a majority Assembly members go to the assembly and show it, so there is no dilemma here. These are democratic and legitimate tools, and neither I nor anyone else in the government will comment on them. I am expressing my position that this government will not fall with a new parliamentary majority.” He rated it.
Meanwhile, Spasovsky answered the question that some high-ranking officials of the Ministry of Internal Affairs are involved in the drug trade:
“All evidence aiding the investigation should be presented, published and presented to the greatest extent possible, and those responsible, high or low, should be held accountable if they commit a crime before it is too late.”
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