EU leaders did not agree on the heads of the Union's institutions

The leaders of the European Union (EU) at the meeting on June 17 failed to agree on the appointment of new heads of the European institutions.

The outgoing President of the European Council, Charles Michel, confirmed the lack of an agreement. "It is our duty by the end of June to agree on the candidates for top positions in the EU and the strategic agenda," Michel said at the end of a working dinner of European leaders.

The heads of state and government had to agree in principle on the names for which there was already an informal agreement.

However, everything changed when the leaders of those countries or governments, coming from the European People's Bloc, asked for a share in the position of President of the European Council.

The President of the European Council is elected by the leaders of the EU for a period of two and a half. According to several sources from the meeting, the European People's Party requested that the mandate of the President of the European Council be divided into two parts of two and a half years, whereby the People's Party will get one of the mandates.

It seems that this was the main stumbling block and the reason why the leaders did not reach an agreement.

Stojan Andov - the first president of the Assembly of the independent and sovereign Republic of Macedonia - died

Stojan Andov, the first president of the Assembly of the independent and sovereign Republic of Macedonia, died at the age of 89. He was born in Kavadarci in 1935.

He was considered an outstanding connoisseur and expert on economic issues, as well as a politician oriented towards the market economy. He was the ambassador of the former Yugoslavia in Iraq (1987-1991).

He is the founder of the Liberal Party of Macedonia and as its president he led the party until its merger with the Democratic Party in 1997, when he was elected president of the Council of the newly formed Liberal Democratic Party (LDP).

In the first multi-party elections in 1990, he was elected as a member of Parliament, and later in all subsequent elections in the country. He was the president of the Assembly for three terms. After the assassination of the former president, Kiro Gligorov, on October 3, 1995, he also held the office of president for a while.

He was a candidate for the president of the Republic of Macedonia in the presidential elections in 1999. 

On June 18, Mickoski will submit the composition of the future government to the Parliament

The leader of VMRO-DPMNE and mandate holder for the composition of the new government, Hristijan Mickoski, said today that the official composition of the future government with ministerial positions and the program for its work will be submitted to the Parliament on Tuesday, June 18. Earlier, as he said, the Executive and Central Committee of VMRO-DPMNE will hold sessions on Sunday, where Mickoski will present the personnel solutions for future ministers with their biographies.

Regarding the personnel decisions of the coalition partners of VMRO-DPMNE in the new government, the leader of VMRO-DPMNE said that he does not want to speak on their behalf and that he expects them to announce them themselves.

The future government, said Mickoski, will be composed of the "Your Macedonia" coalition led by VMRO-DPMNE, the "Vredi" coalition and the ZNAM - Za nasha Macedonia Movement, whose leader is the current mayor of Kumanovo, Maksim Dimitrievski. In that context, the leader of VMRO-DPMNE and mandate holder for the composition of the new government says that every week they will present one more promise. "We are planning a very intense schedule of activities in the first 100 days," he said.

The Roma in Bujanovac have won two mandates, and expect a third mandate

In the local elections that were held yesterday in Bujanovac, the Justice and Reconciliation Party, which is led by the Roma in this city, won 1,100 votes or two councilors of the local assembly. The electoral list was headed by the president of the GrO, Adem Salihi. According to the information obtained from the SPP BIUjanovac party, it is very likely that this list will get a third mandate.

The Bujanovac Roma have been participating in local elections independently for several election cycles and constantly have defenders in the local parliament. In the last convocation, they had two representatives.

Link: https://rominfomedia.rs/2024/06/03/romi-u-bujanovcu-osvojili-dva-mandata-ocekuju-i-treci-mandat/


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