VMRO-DPMNE’s MPs will continue to boycott their daily work in Parliament, the temporary coordinator of the MP’s group, Vlatko Gjorchev confirmed this for Telma TV.

The opposition will continue to boycott the work of Parliament after they were revolted by the Criminal Court’s decision to extend the detention for another 30 days for MPs Krsto Mukoski, Sasho Vasilevski and Ljuben Arnaudov, the former Minister of Interior and the Director of the Bureau of Public Safety, Mitko CHavkov, the organizers of the protests led by “A United Macedonia” Igor Durlovski, Boris Damovski, Bogdan Ilievski and 16 others, all suspects for the violence at Parliament on the 27th of April.

Prime Minister Zoran Zaev said that today he expects the opposition to return to Parliament as fast as possible. In order to work together on the reforms that will move the country towards the EU and NATO.