The government will commence with preparing the constitutional amendments only when it finishes its work at the Parliament with the voting of the necessity for their preparation and it is best for them to be prepared together with the opposition in order to reach a national consensus, said the government’s spokesperson Mile Boshnjakovski at today’s press conference.

-It is necessary to build a national consensus because, as the prime minister has said, this issue is too serious. The amendments will be made by the government and it best if they are prepared together with the opposition i.e. if a national consensus is reached in the spirit of the Prespa Agreement- said Boshnjakovski.

He explained that at yesterday’s session, the government has brought in a recommendation from the constitutional court not to accept the initiative submitted by attorney Elenko Milanov’s office, where the accountability for irregularities with public procurements should be transferred on the Commissions for public procurements and the officials can be freed from any kind of responsibility.