- Friday, October 06, 2017 10:11 PM
Kicevo, 6 October 2017 (MIA) - Macedonia is taking a new democratic path toward justice, and the law will rule in the country, ruling SDSM leader Zoran Zaev said late Friday at a rally in Kicevo.
He asked citizens to support DUI’s candidate for Kicevo mayor Fatmir Dehari, who seeks second term, and SDSM councilors list, led by Sasko Kaceski.
Divisions, he said, especially on ethnical lines, lead nowhere.
'Only united we can look forward to prosperity...If we eliminate the ethnic we can commit ourselves to resolving the real problems - economy, new jobs, investments,' Zaev said, pointing out that the SDSM-led coalition is heralding a new time, which promotes an equal society for everybody.
Kicevo, he said, is an example of the coexistence, unity and work on building the common future.
The SDSM leader also appealed to young people to stay in Macedonia, as the new government is offering projects for supporting start-ups, education, training...
The emigration of young people must come to an end, said Kaceski, carrier of the SDSM councilors list. Kicevo is going to be a municipality of satisfied citizens, one that will create favorable conditions for the young people to wish to stay and build their future at home, he said. lk/22:07
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