Skopje, December 1, 2014/ Independent Balkan News Agency
By Naser Pajaziti
Albanian party in the governing coalition in FYR Macedonia, BDI (Democratic Union for Integration) is thinking on changing its political course, warning for unpredictable political decisions.
Leader of this party, Ali Ahmeti said that the country is facing a number of different and unpredictable problems, but according to him, the party that he chairs will take decisions which can be unpredictable.
“I don’t want to say what are those unpredictable decisions, but it’s enough to say that the country is facing a number of problems that require solution, which may come through unpredictable decisions”, declared the leader of BDI, Ali Ahmeti, who didn’t offer any details about the decisions warned by his party.
Ahmeti added that the party that he chairs has faced dangerous problems and that it was required to act wisely.
Sources within BDI told IBNA that this party may leave the government until the end of the year, something which would cause a government crisis and take the country to early elections. Since its entry in the governing coalition with VMRO-DPMNE in summer of this year, BDI said that if the name dispute of the country and the process of the integration in Euro-Atlantic structures was not unblocked, this party would leave the government. /ibna/