Session on Law on languages postponed - Xhaferi does not know why


The session for discussing the law on languages ​​was postponed for unknown reasons. Parliament Speaker Talat Xhaferi confirmed to Makfax that the session was postponed and blamed the parties.

"Ask the parties why the session has been postponed," Xhaferi said in a telephone conversation about Makfax.

"So I waited, I was not in a café," Xhaferi added.

The coordinator of the VMRO-DPMNE Parliamentary Group, Dragan Danev, said they did not know why the session was postponed, while the SDSM coordinator Tomislav Tuntev did not answer the phone calls.

Initially the session was scheduled for at 12 o'clock, so it was rescheduled at 3 pm. Only parliamentarian Amdi Bajram appeared in the Assembly Hall at 3 pm. The deputy from VMRO-DPMNE, Ilija Dimovski, who appeared briefly in the plenary hall, could not answer the journalists whether today there will be or will not be discussed about the amendments to the law on languages. Earlier, Danev said that the opposition MPs did not participate in the coordination with the President of the Assembly.

While there was still no information about the session, Makfax twice contacted Xhaferi's office, where they both said that the session would take place.

For now, it is not known when the session is postponed, Makfax reports.

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