The leader of the opposition party SDSM, Zoran Zaev at today’s debate organized by “Civil” said the the parties are having bilateral meetings with representatives from the international community, but there are no negotiations between the four largest parties. He said that the elections on June 5 won’t be held, the SDSM does not want a new fixed date for elections, but rather a conditional date.

“A fixed date proved to be a mistake and there should not be a fixed date for elections. But at the same time if a date isn’t scheduled, it means regular elections will be in 2018. If a conditional date is determined for elections in October, and if, for example, any of the deadlines for reforms are late two weeks, then elections should be postponed for two weeks”, Zaev explains.

The SDSM leader stressed that it is not a good idea to form an interim government, but that the parties should return to Przhino Agreement.