VMRO-DPMNE: Boshnjakovski’s allegations are incorrect, it is manipulation before the elections


Skopje, 13 October, 2017 - 16:16 (META) 

SDS are falling into the water with their last desperate attempts of lies and manipulations to gain an extra point with the voters, was the reaction of VMRO-DPMNE after the press conference by government spokesman, Mile Boshnjakovski.

The party says that “everything that has been done has been done in accordance with the law, for which a government decision has been made and has a positive opinion on the law of the government of the Republic of Macedonia.”

“The allegations presented by Boshnjakovski are completely inaccurate and represent an extremely tendentious attempt in the eyes of the citizens to manipulate the elections. It is a desperate move by desperate people”, the statement said.

VMRO-DPMNE also added that “expensive salary of Zaev’s unarmed civil activists from the state budget costs thousands of euros, without the state having real profit from it.”

“Boshnjakovski himself does not believe in what he says and the expression on his face shows he knows that everything he speaks of, is said under unprecedented pressure and dictation,” the statement added.


Gruevski’s Government has spent 130 million euros for advertising, promoters and “road shows”


Skopje, 16 September, 2017 - 15:12 (META) 

The previous Government spent more than 31million euros from the state budget for advertising the country’s business potentials in foreign media, Government Spokesman Mile Bosnjakovski said at a press conference today.

At the press conference, Bosnjakovski published information about the amount regarding the budget that the previous Government had spent attracting foreign investments in the country.

The Government Spokesman said that over 130 million euros were spent.

Besides the cost for advertising in foreign media, the previous Government led by VMRO-DPMNE with former Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski spent 12.5 million euros for attracting foreign investments in the domestic media. For so called “Road Show” was spent 5.6 million euros, and the economic promoters cost the citizens and the state 12.5 million euros.

“As additional income, rents, leases and other, 2.8 million euros out of the gross monthly salary were paid to ministers without portfolio in charge for foreign investments”, the Government stated.

Two days ago, at a press conference, Government announced that 225 million euros were spent on the entry for 25 foreign companies, which created 20.000 jobs.


Macedonia has overpaid foreign investments 225 million euros


Skopje, 13 September, 2017 - 13:18 (META) 

Foreign investments from 2007 to May 2017 cost Macedonia 225 million euros, Government spokesman Mile Bosnjakovski announced on Thursday.

He said that foreign investors employed 20,000 workers, but most of them were taken over by Macedonian companies. It costs the Governemnt around 11.00 euros for one employment.

“There are no documents to show how the negotiations with foreign investors were conducted. Any state aid was granted without certain criteria. After the conclusion of the agreements, the Government classified them and they became inaccessible as information to the public”, said Bosnjakovski.

In the past ten years the Government has paid 26 million euros in cash from the state budget. From these, 14 million euros were spent to create new jobs, and 5 million euros were paid for employee training, with the sum ranging from 100 to 3,000 euros per worker. 10 million euros were paid for construction works.


The government dismissed members of all management and supervisory boards of public enterprises


Skopje, 12 July, 2017 - 13:12 (META) 

At today’s session, the Government decided to dismiss members of all management and supervisory boards of public enterprises, public health institutions, public institutions for social work, agencies and other legal entities, because in some of them irregular behavior and signing of contracts were registered, which is damaging the state budget.

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The government appointed former journalist Mile Bosnjakovski as the new spokesman, the government’s press service announced today.

 

Bosnjakovski, as a journalist worked at Kanal 5 TV and MTV, and from 2005 to 2010 he was Director of Corporate Communications at T-Mobile. Since 2010, he has worked as a communications and advocacy specialist at the UN Population Fund (UNFPA).

The President of the Government and the Ministers decided that the Minister of Defense Radmila Šekerinska, should be appointed as the President of the Organizing Committee for the celebration of the state holiday August 2 – the Day of the Republic.