Saturday, August 26, 2006

Macedonian Parliament Hasn’t Elected a Government Yet

Skopje. The meeting of the Macedonian Parliament for election of a new cabinet of the country continues, the Macedonian agency Makfax reported. The members of the oppositional Liberal Democratic Party /LDP/ stated they would not support a government of Nikola Gruevski.
The ruling coalition has the support of 70 MPs and no surprises are expected. There is an agreement among the Parliamentary groups that the government has to be elected by the end of the day. The Democratic Union for Integration and the Party for Democratic Prosperity are boycotting today’s meeting as a protest for not being invited to participate in the proposed cabinet.

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