FYROM’s Parliament is expected to vote the new government led by the social democrat, Zoran Zaev. During the debate which started yesterday, Zaev unveiled the government’s program for economic development and a fast integration in Euro-Atlantic structures. According to him, the new government will be a reformatory government, which will improve the life of the people. The opposition led by VMRO-DPMNE, but also Besa Movement, have launched accusations against the proposed governing cabinet of having corrupt ministers inside of it with pending trials.
The debate continues today, while according to Parliament’s Rulebook, at midnight, the deadline for the voting of the new government is expected to expire. 61 out of 120 MPs must vote for the new government and the new government coalition will include SDSM, BDI and Alliance for Albanians. /balkaneu.com/