Skopje, 1 April 2016/Independent Balkan News Agency
By Naser Pajaziti
The steering committee of the Democratic Union for Integration (BDI) decided last night to withdraw its representatives from the current government.
Meanwhile, the leader of this party, Ali Ahmeti has been authorized to decide on further actions by the party.
“Democratic Union for Integration also informs the public opinion that it will review its policies in the days to come”, this party declared.
The news for the withdrawal from the government was confirmed by Artan Grubi, the head of cabinet of the BDI’s chairman. But this decision has sparked reactions among opposition parties.
BESA movement and the Movement for Reform-PDSH said that BDI is planning a scenario with VMRO-DPMNE in order for the elections to be held on 5 June. /ibna/