- Friday, October 06, 2017 8:47 PM
Krusevo, 6 October 2017 (MIA) - A new era is to start soon in Macedonia, which will bring many projects for the citizens of Krusevo, opposition VMRO-DPMNE leader Nikola Gruevski said late Friday at a pre-election rally in this municipality.
He criticized the economic policies of the incumbent government, saying that 'they are harmful and will bring serious risks and far-reaching consequences'.
In this respect, Gruevski notified the drop of export, industrial production and GDP rates.
'Salaries are going down, there is no foreign investments, and those who are here are considering to depart. Racketeering is back on the streets, crime gets enrooted in every pore of the society. Citizens are not safe,' Gruevski said.
The VMRO-DPMNE policy, he said, derives from projects and solutions.
'We speak about what we will achieve, create. We have projects, vision, solutions for Macedonia. We are offering the new era.' Gruevski said.
The party's candidate for Krusevo mayor, Gjorgi Damcevski, set the municipality's economic development and meeting of young people's needs as his priorities. lk/20:46
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