Government once again calls on opposition to support constitutional revision

Deputy Speaker Goran Misovski, representative of the ruling coalition, called Friday on opposition VMRO-DPMNE MPs at the plenary session on Monday to support the constitutional amendments stemming from the Prespa Agreement and join forces in providing European future to citizens of Macedonia.

‘I don’t wish to believe that VMRO-DPMNE deputies would not vote for the constitutional amendments on Monday,’ Misovski said, pointing out the significance of the move for Macedonia’s integration with the Euro-Atlantic institutions.


The motion for initiating constitutional amendments is in favor of the country’s future within the EU and NATO with strengthened Macedonian identity that is to be finally recognized worldwide, Misovski said.

In the meantime, VMRO-DPMNE MPs are having consultations with the party’s leadership.

The session of the Parliament's Committee on Constitutional Issues on the government's motion for constitutional revision arising from the Prespa Agreement is to resume later today.

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