The largest opposition party in FYROM, VMRO-DPMNE continued its protests last night in front of the Ministry of Justice, demanding the release of 36 people who were arrested in the past two days for participating in the violent events taken place on 27 April of this year in the country’s parliament.
This party’s MP, Antonio Milososki said that “these arrests aim at diverting attention from the fact that the government is implementing foreign projects”.
VMRO-DPMNE said that it will continue its protests tonight in front of the Court of First Instance in Skopje. Present in the protest held in front of the ministry of Justice was also the leader of this party, Nikola Gruevski. /balkaneu.com/