Although there is great interest in staffing the parties to seek the confidence of the citizens, the parties are announcing that data for next week.
The largest party headquarters are holding the latest consultations on selecting the most suitable candidates for MPs in the six constituencies for the April 12th election.
What is interesting about the Roma political scene is the list of Roma candidates that will be found during the elections no matter which political camp they belong to.
According to unofficial headquarters information, not all Roma candidates are in positions to guarantee entry into the future legislature.
Amdi Bajram from SRM, Samka Ibraimovski from PCER, Asan Ferat from SDSM, Fata Osmanovska from SDSM, Erdjan Demir from VMRO-DPMNE, Edrjan Selimi from ROM, Ljatifa Shikovska from SDSM, Aksel Ahmedovski PDPR. Orhan Jasharevski DPR, Merdjan Demirali SDSM Kumanovo, Gege Demirovski from his new NDP party and maybe some other candidates.
Not all of these candidates in their coalition partner have a high position on those lists, but most are in the latter part of the list between the 10th and 20th places on that list.
This indirectly reflects the fact that it will be a huge field job if one of the Roma candidates wants to make it to the seat that will guarantee a parliamentary mandate.
This will require heavy Sisyphus efforts to animate the Roma public and turn out en masse so that it can directly affect the progression of voters.