FYROM: Majority and opposition continue to launch accusations

FYROM: Majority and opposition continue to launch accusations

FYROM’s Prime Minister, Zoran Zaev has declared that the agreement signed with Greece about the issue of the name could be annulled even if the “no” vote wins by a single ballot. Zaev said that he will vote in favour of the agreement, because the agreement guarantees the country’s future.

“Our decisions will be invalid if people vote against them. This is the beauty of the referendum”, Zaev said.

BDI’s MP, Artan Grubi says that in order for the referendum to be valid, there should be a minimum of 904 thousand voters who turn out to vote.

“The referendum has a political relevance because MPs want the support of the people in order to amend the Constitution”, Grubi said, adding that VMRO-DPMNE and the Russians want this referendum to fail.

VMRO-DPMNE has declared that the referendum will be unsuccessful , claiming that the ruling parties are pressuring voters into participating in the referendum which will be held on Sunday.

“In the recent days, we’ve seen how SDSM has been in a state of panic. This party is doing everything to intimidate people”, said the general secretary of VMRO-DPMNE, Igor Janushev. /ibna/