Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski did not give a straight answer Wednesday to the question of how the coalition led by VMRO-DPMNE would handle the situation with the opposition boycott of parliament after Parliament Speaker Trajko Veljanoski scheduled for Friday the session at which the opposition MPs' terms are expected to be taken away.
Prime Minister Gruevski held a meeting Wednesday with the other parties of the coalition 'For Better Macedonia' at which one of the topics was the opposition boycott. Afterward he merely said the boycott was harmful, above all for the state and also for the opposition party.
"SDSM does not have international support for what they are doing. We are conducting positive policies of investments and creating jobs while they are conducting a destructive policy, a policy of boycott. That is not good for the country," he said.