- Friday, December 29, 2017 12:43 PM
Skopje, 29 December 2017 (MIA) - SDSM expects VMRO-DPMNE to return to the Parliament after the New Year's holidays and work in the citizens' interest alongside the parliamentary majority.
"We are convinced and hope that VMRO-DPMNE will abandon the destructive practice of stalling processes and return to the Parliament after the New Year's holidays, working in the citizens' interest alongside the majority," said SDSM Secretary-General Aleksandar Kiracovski at Friday's press conference.
Asked if SDSM is in talks with DPA following the departure of the Alliance of Albanians from the Government coalition, he said they talk to all political parties.
"We have an open door for cooperation with all political parties, even our opponent. SDSM has a stable parliamentary majority for the time being," said Kiracovski.
He added they give the freedom to deputies to act according to their own belief.
"We do not put pressure on MPs, regardless of the political background or party they come from. It is up to them to vote as they see fit", underlined Kiracovski. ik/12:40
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