Deadlocks in the work of Parliament may lead to a political crisis in FYROM

Deadlocks in the work of Parliament may lead to a political crisis in FYROM

The long sessions that are taking place in the Parliament of FYROM with long debates by the opposition, are blocking the process of reforms and the passage of important bills by the new majority.

According to political analysts, the Macedonian opposition led by VMRO-DPMNE is coming up with scenarios to block any proposal coming from the new government and is causing delays through long debates in Parliament.

Analyst Alajdin Demiri told IBNA that if this trend continues, then the political crisis may return.

“VMRO-DPMNE can no longer take to the streets and put pressure on Parliament and now it has found a new method in Parliament. They are exploiting each gap that Parliament’s rulebook offers them and they’re blocking and delaying the voting of important bills through long debates”, Demiri says. According to him, the majority must amend the rulebook, in the part that concerns the speeches delivered by MPs.

University professor, Nikola Dujovski says that the opposition is fighting a tough battle in Parliament to prevent the removal of the General Attorney of the country, Marko Zvrlevski.

“This is the most important battle of VMRO-DPMNE to defend the General Attorney, who is known as a person supporting them and this was seen in the recorded conversations between Zvrlevski and leaders of VMRO-DPMNE. But people are clear that this way, crime is being harbored”, Dujovski said. /