Skopje, 5 April 2016/Independent Balkan News Agency
By Naser Pajaziti
Speaker of Parliament in FYROM, Trajko Veljanovski has declared that parliament will be dissolved on April 7 and that elections will be held on June 5. Meanwhile, parliament is expected to vote today the proposals for ministers and deputy ministers from the Democratic Union for Integration,, as this party decided to withdraw the current ministers following the scandal relating to registered conversations of an explicit sexual nature of its officials, where deputy prime minister Musa Xhaferri was one of the protagonists.
Experts of political developments have criticized this decision of the largest Albanian party in the country to appoint new inexperienced ministers during a period that the country is facing the dilemma of holding elections on June 5 or not.
The head of the Euro-Atlantic Council, Ismet Ramadani says that this is not the right time for the election of the new ministers and that BDI has proposed inexperienced people for these posts.
“It’s an interesting tactic which leaves lots of dilemmas in the public opinion as to how this situation will be coped with, considering that it is a critical situation. Time will show if they have made a good decision or not”, Ismet Ramadani said. /ibna/