The Government, at today’s 24th session, will discuss 66 points that were stated in the announcement on its official web page.
Among the subjects stated in the agenda is the proposal for changes to the Law for internal affairs, the proposal for a Law for ratification of the Paris Agreement for climate changes and annual reports by various state institutions.
What is missing from the session’s agenda, even though it was previously announced, is the passing of the conclusion with which the Government should propose the Parliament to publish an advertisement for appointing a new State Public Prosecutor. Also, it will not discuss the latest developments in the Macedonian – Serbian relations, after the abrupt withdrawal of the complete personnel of the Serbian embassy in Skopje for having urgent consultations in Belgrade.
Otherwise, the Government’s spokesperson, Mile Boshnjakovski, this past Friday, one day after the dismissal of Marko Zvrlevski as a Public Prosecutor, announced that the procedure for appointing a new Public Prosecutor will be started on the session set for today.
The Government stresses that until the start of the session, the agenda can be changed.