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Soros is mentioned 53 times in Gruevski’s mega-interview


Skopje, 4 January, 2017 - 21:00 (META) 

During the first two parts of the interview that was given for the electronic edition of the weekly magazine “Republika,” VMRO-DPMNE’s party leader Nikola Gruevski is dueling with the American billionaire George Soros and during the conversation, his name is mentioned 53 times which plastically can be presented like this:

“Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros, Soros.”
Macedonia is mentioned 37 times, the Albanians – 18 times, the term “nationalist” – 15 times as much as the acronym SDSM.
In this “mega interview” Gruevski is giving an enormous attention to dueling with “Soros and the millions he is pouring into Macedonia” and with “corrupted journalists, media owners professors, intellectuals, analysts, activists which are al fronted by professional protesters.”

-If it wasn’ for Soros with his whole network stretching into the NGO sector, media, politicians, inside and outside, that are on his pay list, his influence in the most powerful states in the world and the enormous influence when it comes to smaller states like ours it wouldn’t have been so hard and the economy would have been stronger, we would have had more job positions – said Gruevski in the interview with an indicative title “The Civil sector must not remain in the hands of Soros.”

According to him, in the future, the civil sector “must not remain in he hands of Soros and the foreign governments.”


Popovska: This is an arrogant show of power, and will lead to new destabilization


Skopje, 18 January, 2016 - 18:58 (META) 

MPs in the absence of opposition began the debate on the proposal by VMRO-DPMNE and DUI to dissolve Parliament.

Against the decision to put this item on the agenda were MP Pavle Trajanov and MP Ljiljana Popovska.

Pavle Trajanov said that the decision goes against the Constitution and that such decisions should be decided together with all political parties, especially when discussing a political agreement.

MP Liliana Popovska said she was against the dissolution of Parliament without the opposition present because, as she says “we all fought for their return to Parliament, and it is required for important decisions.”

For Popovska this is “arrogant, incorrect, unprincipled and will lead to a new destabilization of Macedonia.”

For now, a total of eight MPs are enrolled for discussion regarding this matter.


If elections take place on April 24, the Prime Minister needs to resign by tomorrow the latest


Skopje, 13 January, 2016 - 17:41 (META) 

On January the 3rd, the Prime Minister announced that he would resign before January the 15th in order to fulfil the Przhino Agreement.

“In accordance with the agreement, on January the 15th a new government with a Prime Minister will be elected for the conduct of parliamentary elections. Previously, of course, I will resign, and as for who will be the President of the Government to conduct until elections will be announced after VMRO-DPMNE make the decision. That decision will be publicly promoted by VMRO-DPMNE via statement or by press conference, ” stated the Prime Minister.
If all terms and deadlines are respected, even though the agreement isn’t exactly precise as it contains wording like “in due time” and “resign in time”, the Prime Minister, along with his current government, should resign the latest tomorrow.
After that, President Gjorge Ivanov should hand the mandate over to the party who won the most seats in Parliament at the previous parliamentary elections, in his case, to VMRO-DPMNE. However, this party need to elect a Prime Minister through its executive committee to be voted in Parliament with a simple majority.


Gruevski: Apart from a cold and my sinuses, I’m very well, thank-you for asking


Skopje, 10 December, 2015 - 21:06 (META) 

The Prime Minister, in an interview with the portal “Press 24,” answered the question how the he felt personally.

“24 Press”: Prime Minister, a few months after he “bombs” the epilogue of the Przhino Agreement, general opinion is that , but first how do you feel personally?

Gruevski: You caught me unaware on this question. Hardly anyone asks me how I feel, probably people rush to announce their problems, and certainly have quite a lot, and, understandably, a few ask how I am. Therefore, you have surprised me with the question. Firstly ,I’m in great health, and apart from a cold and a sinus infections that I occasionally get, but generally, thank God, I’m fine. My family, too. And that’s the most important thing when you ask a man how he is. But when a politician has gone through a turbulent period asking this question, one can certainly follow and explain everything he felt and went through. My loved ones and I went through a serious, quite turbulent and fairly difficult period, where we were under attack, and it was a campaign designed to personally discredit me, a campaign that aimed to bring down Nikola Gruevski as Prime Minister and to destabilize state institutions, to bring unrest, strong division, hatred in society, in particular among the ethnic Macedonian. All this is a violation and in breaks over my back, but not only mine, and the backs of my associates and my family, who are subject to a disgusting campaign, but on the backs of the people in the streets, in the shops, among neighbours, relatives, friends …