The governing majority failed to provide the required quorum to decide whether to take away the opposition MPs' terms of office on Friday and there is no information whether and when the follow up to the 28th parliamentary session will take place.
What is known for certain is that the 31 legislators of the coalition led by SDSM will close this year as Members of Parliament. What will happen to their terms in early 2015 depends on how relations between the two largest political parties in Macedonia continue to unfold.
The OSCE Ambassador to Macedonia, Ralf Breth, said over the weekend that legislators belong to Parliament and that SDSM should accept their seats.
"The whole international community shares our opinion. The enlargement commissioner has recently said the same. As long as the situation stays like this, the situation will not be normal and we believe this should change as soon as possible," Ambassador Breth told Radio Free Europe.