After weeks of negotiations, the political parties, all signatories to the Przhino Agreement, in the early hours on Friday morning they reached an agreement on all matters from the agreement of June the 2nd and July the 15th, which should be applied tomorrow.

Nikola Gruevski, Zoran Zaev, Ali Ahmeti and Menduh Thaci with their teams have agreed on the Electoral Code, the responsibilities and the power of the SEC, the Law on Government, the Law on Privacy and the Law on “whistle-blowers” that on Monday should be passed in Parliament and to begin to implement.

SDSM’s Central Board on Friday night gave unanimous support of all nominations to all their prosements for Ministers and Deputy Ministers, which are: Oliver Spasovski as Minister of Interior, Frosina Remenski as Minister of Labour and Social Affairs, Alexander Kiracovski as Deputy Minister of Information Society and Administration, Kire Naumov as Deputy Minister of Finance, and Ljupco Nikolovski as the Deputy Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management.

In Parliament tomorrow at 12:00pm, the continuation of the 71st session has been scheduled, however as for the agenda the four political parties have not yet agreed on the laws.

The SDSM Secretary General Oliver Spasovski who will be Interior Minister in the Provisional Government, yesterday, during a visit to Gostivar, told citizens that he expects this week to sit on the chair of the Minister and start working.

“Most likely, on Monday need to hold the meeting, perhaps on Tuesday, but it depends on the President of the Parliament Trajko Veljanoski, and I leave him. Let me end up choosing will continue to sit, will discuss primarily with the media and citizens about the activities that will take MVR”, Spasovski said.

Officially work should start tomorrow for the Special Public Prosecutor, Katica Janeva, whose team now consists of 12 Assistant Prosecutors which was completed on Thursday, after the Council of Public Prosecutors approved five additional prosecutors to the Special Prosecutions Office.

Apart from the implementation of the Przhino Agreement, Macedonia also this week expects the European Commission’s progress report, which should show whether Macedonia will achieve or loose their recommendation to start negotiations with the European Union.