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It happens for the first time, North Macedonia will have an Albanian prime minister
Written by SOT.COM.AL 5 Dhjetor 2023
From January 2024, North Macedonia will also have an Albanian prime minister, which shows the radical change of the country that long ago was involved in inter-ethnic wars. The government coalition agreement between DUI and SDSM stipulated that the head of the technical government before the elections would be an Albanian prime minister from the ranks of DUI.
The efforts of the VMRO-DPMNE nationalists in the opposition did not succeed in removing the provision for a technical government where the main argument was that there was no Albanian prime minister. After the meeting between the leaders of the political parties in North Macedonia, Prime Minister Kova?evski declared that: "There is no consensus on the removal of the definition of a technical government, before holding the elections, however there is a readiness for this to be removed in the future."
Kovacevski has added that there is still an offer to the opposition, to become part of the government, to receive 6 ministries, in exchange for support for the constitutional changes.
One hundred days before the elections, or on January 28, a technical government headed by an Albanian prime minister will be formed, which will be proposed by the Democratic Union for Integration party, led by Ali Ahmeti.
"The issue of the technical government was opened at this meeting, and from what was heard there is no consensus to abolish the technical government, even though we as the opposition have requested such a thing", said the head of VMRO DPMNE, Hristijan Mickoski .
The political parties in a meeting called by the Prime Minister of North Macedonia, Dimitar Kovacevski, at the same time the chairman of the ruling Social Democratic League, agreed that the parliamentary elections in North Macedonia will be held on May 8, 2024, together with the second round of elections. presidential. The first round for the election of the country's president will take place on April 24. Based on the Macedonian legislation, the election of the president takes place in two rounds. If in the first round no candidate receives more than 50% of the votes, the second round is held.
Kovacevski said that in the meeting with the political parties there was an "extremely broad consensus" on the remarks on the electoral legislation, namely on the changes to the Electoral Code in accordance with the recommendations of the OSCE/ODIHR, which are related to the financing of the parties and other issues for the smooth running of the elections. election process.
However, the Albanian opposition left the meeting after it was abandoned by the Speaker of the Assembly of North Macedonia, Talat Xhaferi, who, according to the opposition parties, "did not want to talk about the opposition's request to be represented by a member in the Commission State Elections".
The Albanian opposition, which consists of three political parties, requested early elections, that is, before the date already set by the other parties, but their request was not taken into account by the other parties.
Even though the setting of the date for holding new elections extinguished all hopes for the approval of constitutional changes, Prime Minister Kovacvski invited the parties to fulfill this obligation, which depends on the country's integration into the European Union.
The constitutional changes must be approved before an EU summit this month so that talks on membership in the bloc can begin.
They have to do with the inclusion of the Bulgarian minority in the preamble of the constitution, as a state-forming people, based on the agreement with Bulgaria on the choice of contests for the Macedonian language and identity.
"Any delay in the start of negotiations with the EU and putting this process and our full membership in the EU into oblivion is an extremely irresponsible and dangerous political decision," Kovacevski said .