Parliament on its website has published the VMRO-DPMNE’s request for a Vote of no Confidence in the Government, and Parliament Speaker Talat Xhaferi confirmed that the debate will take place tomorrow.
“The only projects implemented by the SDSM and DUI Government in the recent past period has been the politicization of the institutions and their degradation, a captive judiciary, self-indulgence luxuries by government officials with the public’s money and political revenge”, the opposition party said in their request for a Vote of no Confidence in the Government, signed by 41 MPs from VMRO-DPMNE.
The document states that the SDSM and DUI in order to maintain the coalition have trampled all over, not only the country’s democracy, but also the Constitution, the laws, and Parliament’s Rules of Procedures. Also they forced their vote on the Law on Languages, and at the same time failed to implement any reform from Plan 3-6-9, which, they say, suffered a complete collapse.
Parliament Speaker Talat Xhaferi, with SMS messages, texted MPs confirmation that a debate on a vote of no confidence in the Government will take place tomorrow.
VMRO-DPMNE leader Hristijan Mickoski said he expected the Parliament to pass a no-confidence motion against the government and to organize early parliamentary elections.
“I expect at the end of the day that a Vote of no Confidence will be passed in the Government, and we can see further how we will develop the Republic of Macedonia, and organize early parliamentary elections and everything that goes along with it”, Miskovski said.
According to the parliamentary Rules of Procedure, the Parliamentary vote of no confidence will be after the expiration of three days from whence the motion was proposed.
Required for a vote of No Confidence to succeed is a majority of 61 from the total number of MPs.