Former Prime Minister and VMRO-DPMNE MP, Nikola Gruevski said today that he had not intended to cause an incident in Parliament, when the Law on the Use of Languages ​​was adopted, but only wanted to show that he disagreed with the manner in which it was passed.

During a brief adjournment in SPO’s case known as “TNT”, Gruevski stated that he only pulled the hand of the Speaker of Parliament, Talat Xhaferi at the same moment when he had touched him and that nothing more happened.

According to him, Xhaferi should apologize both to the Macedonian and Albanian public because “he has adopted a law that affects Albanian citizens in a dishonest and concealed manner”. Gruevski added that the procedure had been violated when the law was passed, and that the law is unconstitutional.