There are now three days remaining for the leader of VMRO-DPMNE, Nikola Gruevski to create a new government. This party is holding talks with the Democratic Union for Integration (BDI).
None of the parties offers any details on the talks, but they have confirmed that there is communication between them in different forms, to discuss the modalities of a potential new government.
BDI insists on its two issues: for the Albanian language to become an official language in the entire territory of the country and the extension of the mandate of Special prosecution. But, VMRO-DPMNE has refused them several times through its officials.
Meanwhile, political analyst, Ace Kabranov says that the leader of VMRO-DPMNE, Nikola Gruevski and leader of BDI, Ali Ahmeti have agreed on the creation of the new government and that such thing is not made public because Ahmeti’s men within the party are against a new coalition with VMRO-DPMNE.
“We have received information that Gruevski and Ahmeti have agreed on the creation of a new government, but they do not make it public, because Ahmeti’s men within the party are against this coalition. Our sources tell us that BDI is not content and that there’s also discontent within the Albanian community, because we all know that Gruevski doesn’t enjoy a lot of sympathy among Albanians”, Kabranov said.
The European Union has demanded from political parties in Skopje to form a government as soon as possible in order to carry out the reforms in the county and guarantee stability. /balkaneu.com/