With the proposal for changing the Constitution for the implementation of the Prespa Agreement, the only toping at today’s urgent session, the Government will be checking whether it has the necessary two-third majority in the Parliament.
This was mentioned today by Prime Minister’s special advisor, Bojan Marichikj, during the debate named “Strategic Thinking about the enlargening” that took place in Skopje as part of the Forum for Civil Society “Skopje 2018.”
-There is a government session for passing a document with a proposal and directions for changing the Constitution. The government will initiate the process, it will bring the Parliament in a situation to discuss and decide about the process. The first voting will be a test and if there is a two-third majority we shall opt for constitutional changes i.e. the acceptance of four amendments. If we cannot gather a two-third majority during the first vote, a solution will be looked for at quickly conducted elections – said Marichikj during the discussion, when replied to a question about “what will happen after the referendum.”