Sunday, March 11, 2007

Nikola Gruevski only has influence over the ministers

Skopje. Despite holding firm on the helm of the Government, the Prime Minister of Macedonia Nikola Gruevski is becoming more and more involved in a ineffective battle for a joint existence with the President and the opposition, the Macedonian Utrinski Vesnik reports. According to the evaluations of political observers, the fiasco, which Gruevski had went through at the two fronts was creating more and more a paradox, and his unlimited influence in the Government cannot be transferred to the political life in the country. According to the author of the material, this could be noted as a serious signal that the Prime Minister’s ambitions to accomplish a political and economical turn in the country would fail.

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