The democratic processes will continue and the country must continue to function at full capacity, because the livelihood of the citizens is at stake, and businesses due to unreasonable blockades that are preventing a peaceful transfer of power, stated SDSM’s regular morning press release.

“Outgoing Ministers have technical powers. In a very short time, all powers of the Mayors and municipal councillors will come to an end, and new local elections can not be scheduled without a Parliament Speaker. This means the entire state system is blocked. The parliamentary majority will not allow it”, reads SDSM’s statement.

The party pointed out that the institutions, political parties and individuals should know that inciting tensions between citizens and activities against national interests are large violations of the Constitution and the laws of the Republic of Macedonia, and entail serious criminal liability.

“It is necessary that the opposition leader, Nikola Gruevski and VMRO-DPMNE act in the interest of the citizens and stop the scenarios of instability and crisis. They cannot prevent justice and change this way”, said SDSM.