Skopje, February 28, 2014/Independent Balkan News Agency
By Naser Pajaziti
The largest Macedonian party in power, VMRO-DPMNE will hold an extraordinary meeting to assess the incentive of the coalition party Democratic Union for Integration (BDI) for the dissolution of Parliament and the holding of early parliamentary elections along with presidential elections.
In a press statement issued today (28.02), VMRO-DPMNE says that the executive committee, the highest committee of this party, will hold an extraordinary meeting tonight to clarify its position as to whether to hold early parliamentary elections or not and if the incentive of the largest Albanian party, part of the government coalition, BDI should be backed or not.
VMRO-DPMNE preliminary meetings with small parties of the coalition about the proposal for the dissolution of Parliament.
Prime Minister Gruevski who is on a visit abroad, has been briefed on the decision announced last evening by BDI.
Current government is comprised of the two largest parties, VMRO-DPMNE of prime minister Nikola Gruevski which has 53 seats in parliament and the largest Albanian party (BDI) which has 14 seats in parliament. /ibna/