Hundreds of VMRO-DPMNE’s members and sympathizers protested this evening in front of the Ministry of Justice demanding freedom and amnesty for the people in detention for the violent attacks at the Parliament of the 27th of April. Among the people taken in detention are the MPs Krsto Mukoski, Ljuben Arnaudov and Sasho Vasilevski, Zaklina Peshevska, Johan Tarchulovski and Ljupco Dimovski.

Despite the announcement of more blockades of crossroads, only the street in front of the Ministry of Justice was blocked. The protest was attended by VMRo-DPMNE’s party leader, Nikola Gruevski, the General Secretary, Hristijan Mickovski, the former government spokesperson, Aleksandar Gjorgiev, and Mane Jakovlevski, Aleksandar Nikolovski and SLavcho Chadiev address the protestors.

-There is no space for aall of us to be arrested as the prisons are too small. Through the occupied institutions, the prisons are emptied todayfrom criminals and terroists, and they are filled in with patriots whose only blame is their love for Macedonia – said Jakovlevski.

Nikolovski stressed that the putting in detention 5 % of the complete MP personnel i.e. 12% of the VMRO-DpMNE’s MP group and the Coalition denotes installment of a dictatorship.

-After this move today, a political dialogue in the Parliament is impossible, said Nikolovski, saying also that it is impossible for laws to be voted, for the European agenda, the budget and the reforms.