The leader of the largest opposition party in northern Macedonia, the right-wing nationalist party, VMRO-DPMNE, Hristijan Mickoski, in an interview last night for Skopje’s largest private television, Sitel, has indicated that he will never use it. the name of the country, “Northern Macedonia”, despite the fact that he acknowledges, as he said, that the Prespa Agreement is a reality that can not be ignored.
“You can not expect me to repeat the name (North) as Zoran Zaev. I will never do that. But the Prespa Agreement, which brings with it a certain reality in Macedonia – we are part of this parliament, we participate in the elections in the country, we are part of a reality that unfortunately Zoran Zaev approved – we can not ignore and can not to be. “They say it is not a reality,” said Mickoski.
“No one can stop me from being dissatisfied with the Prespa Agreement and while I am politically active I dream of correcting the injustice suffered by the Macedonian people. No one can take this from me right away. It is my right as a politician. It is a cultural right “, said the leader of VMRO-DPMNE.
The statements by the opposition leader of Northern Macedonia come at a time when opposition parties have announced that they have secured a parliamentary majority to overthrow Zaev’s government, which they claim has already lost its majority.
Earlier Sunday, Hristijan Mickoski gave Prime Minister Zoran Zaev a “deadline” to submit his resignation by Monday afternoon, noting that if that did not happen, he would file a motion Monday afternoon to dismiss government.