VMRO-DPMNE today organized a meeting for the project (of the government!) “Buy a house for young people”, held at the hotel “Aleksandar Palace” and was attended by party leader Nikola Gruevski. The meeting was also attended by Mayors and Ministers.
“Buy a house for youth” was promoted by Nikola Gruevski when he was Prime minister on December 18, 2015, and the project began to be implemented on January 15, 2016.
Yesterday Gruevski in his capacity as President of the VMRO-DPMNE before the Youth Union of the party said it will do many things for young people.
- Three new reading rooms for the youth in Strumica, Aerodrom and Veles;
- Free training in basic computer skills and foreign languages for young people under 29 years;
- 18 fitness zones in Macedonia;
- Washing machines and tumble dryers in state dormitories.
Among other projects, Gruevski vowed that the party will provide free railway transportation for weekends for young people up to the age of 27.
“VMRO-DPMNE aims to meets the needs of students who are accommodated in student dormitories in Macedonia and also increase the standards for students, following the latest positive experiences applied in dormitories in many European countries, it has been decided to equip them with new washing machines and tumble dryers in all 10 existing dormitories in Macedonia”, said Gruevski.
The opposition SDSM reacted to Gruevski’s speech, saying that he can not accept the fact that he is no longer Prime Minister.