Saturday, July 08, 2006

People in Macedonia Voted for the Country's European Integration

Sofia. The general elections in Macedonia have greater international importance than local one, FOCUS Agency's President Krasimir Uzunov said in an interview with BNR commenting on the election results in Macedonia.
In his words voters cast their ballots for preserving the European course and orientation of the country.

The winning party is VMRO-Democratic Party for Macedonian National Unity (DPMNE) and the former ruling party - the Social-Democratic Union of Macedonia (SDSM), remains second.

According to Uzunov the most characteristic for these elections is that the two major parties lost considerable part of their supporters.

“NATO was a real and near future for Macedonia but I can hardly claim the same about the EU”, FOCUS President stressed.

"We need also to add up to these grounds the enlargement exhaustion of the EU", Uzunov added.

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