On the daily agenda for the session, there are no key initiatives that interest the public, like those on the Law on the Special Public Prosecutor, local elections and the wiretapping through telecom operators.

The most recent of these are the two initiatives submitted by the Ministry of Local Self-Government and the World Macedonian Congress (WMC) requiring the abolition of two articles of the Law on Local Self-Government and the Electoral Code to allow mayors and councilors in the municipalities to remain in office until the local elections.

The mandates of the mayors and municipal councils expire on May the 14th, because according to current legislation, their mandate lasts four years and local elections were meant to be held in the first half of May, ie the 7th or the 14th of May. Meanwhile, due to the blockade of Parliament, all the deadlines for scheduling local elections will expire.

According to the agenda, constitutional judges on May the 10th will consider the initiatives for assessing the constitutionality and legality of Article 368 on the Law on Road Traffic Safety and Article 4 of the Collective Agreement of the Ministry of Interior.