Skopje Metropolitan Mayor Danila Arsovska made flashy claims about the ruling Union of Social Democrats of Macedonia and the main opposition party VMRO DPMNE.
Skopje Metropolitan Mayor Danila Arsovska made flashy claims about the government of the Macedonian Union of Social Democrats (SDSM) and the main opposition party VMRO DPMNE, based on the fact that private bus owners, who have been on the country’s agenda lately, have paralyzed traffic in the capital of Skopje.
Skopje Metropolitan Mayor Danela Arsovska shared the following statements on her social media account:
“Public urban transport is organized by local self-government bodies, not by private businessmen, political parties or other interest groups. In this case, the responsibility for organizing public urban transport rests with the Skopje Municipality and the Public Transport Company (YSP).
The main commitment of the Metropolitan Municipality administration is to improve non-productive expenditures and direct these funds to projects that benefit the citizens. Thus, the city of Skopje and the JSP have been able to equip 130 buses from the JSP fleet in the past six months, increasing the number of active municipal buses in this period from 140 to 270 last year. Scooby gets better, reliable and standard service.
As for the general appeal, it will be published tomorrow and relates to the lines that the Skopje Metropolitan Municipality needs (these are lines 20 and 22). The only difference is that Sloboda Privoz and Make Express will not be able to compete for one year from the day of termination of the contract due to violation of contractual provisions on their part.
We invite all private bus owners to apply for the posted call either individually or through a representative of a group of private carriers.
Regarding the misery of the VMRO-DPMNE, we invite them to answer the following questions:
– Did Hristian Mycoski and his chief of staff, Urs Todorowski, who was the first defendant in the “Delchevski Nivi” case, agree to buy 150 buses from Hungary?
– Do municipalities, schools and companies governed by VMRO-DPMNE carry out maintenance and cleaning work only through the companies of Hristijan Mickoski and current cabinet member Ivica Tomovski?
– Did Hristian Mycoski hold a secret meeting with (Prime Minister) Kovaczewski at a place in Skopje?
– Is it true that they had lunch with Hristian Mikowski, Aleksander Nikoloski (former prime minister) Zoran Zaev and (former health minister) Vinko Philips in a restaurant in Malyshevia two months ago where they discussed constitutional amendments?
– Is it true that Hristjan Mycoskie has a criminal investigation into hydroelectric power plants stored in a drawer at the Office of the Prosecutor General for Organized Crime and Corruption?
– Is it true that the brother of the security guard Hristijan Mickoski, the owner of the company “Mobi Sound”, is the only organizer of the demonstration in municipalities where VMRO-DPMNE is in power?
– Is it true that Igor Yanushev, a friend of Hristijan Mycoski and the current deputy as director of the Yemeni Socialist Party, signed a harmful contract with the “Marathon” company to advertise YSP buses that guarantees millions of fines in the event of its termination? Is it true that he gets commission from this work?
As for the statements of Deputy Prime Minister Fatmir Potucci of the SDSM government, the bishop needs to answer the following questions before speaking about his indecision:
– What is the last stop on the Ohrid motorway?
– What is the situation on the Bulgarian border highway?
– How is the clinic center built?
What about Google and Facebook investments?
How much is inflation? “
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