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Completed proposal for the composition of the new government. Shaban Saliu from DSR proposed for Minister without portfolio, voting announced for June 22 and 23

The proposed composition of the new government has been completed and together with the program should be submitted to the Parliament, while the vote is expected to take place next weekend.

There will be 15 members from "Your Macedonia" in the government, three of whom will be vice prime ministers, cadres from the "Vredi" coalition will manage five ministries and have one vice prime minister's position, and two ministerial portfolios will be headed by the party ZNAM - For our Macedonia. The coalition partners, the Socialist Party and the Democratic Party of the Serbs, will also hold vice prime minister positions.

Shaban Saliu will be the minister without portfolio in charge of integration and implementation of the Roma decade.

Mickoski said that when choosing the personnel potential and solutions for the composition of the new government, he was guided by the principles of honesty and commitment, as he emphasized - to be people who will give great energy to the processes and fully invest in the realization of the ambitious set goals.

I expect a successful implementation, that is, the voting will end during the next weekend, June 22-23, Mickoski said.

The new government has been agreed, Mickoski will receive the mandate tomorrow, there will also be a Roma minister

The President of VMRO-DPMNE, Hristijan Mickoski, submitted today the amendments to the Law on the Organization of the Work of the State Administration Bodies, which provides for new ministries, as well as the transfer of powers from one ministry to another.

These changes are needed to vote in the new reorganized government and elect its members.

Mickovski announced that the names of the people who will hold the key positions in the government are already known, but he did not want to give more details but announced that the public will soon hear the names.

"The objections to the new Government are over in the part of forming government departments and in the part of the third echelon, conditionally speaking, and I expect to receive the mandate from Siljanovska tomorrow, after which I will present the composition of the future government. Mickoski said.

The only thing, as my colleague said, is the timing, because two big holidays are coming, as well as the birthday of VMRO - DPMNE.

I expect President Siljanovska to give the mandate tomorrow. I expect to submit the composition of members of the future Government in an hour or so, we are thinking a little because of certain religious holidays that are ahead of us, Remembrance Day and Ramadan, we will have to take care of that as well, so we will have to level some things. I expect the future Government to be voted before the deadline, defined by the Law and the Constitution," Mickoski said.

President Gordana Siljanovska-Davkova will give the mandate to the mandate holder Hristijan Mickoski on Thursday. The name of a Roma, Nezhdet Mustafa, is unofficially mentioned as a minister without portfolio

The importance of the Roma in Europe for the next decade

Europe is a continent rich in its cultural, historical and ethnic diversity. Among the many communities that make up this landscape, the Roma occupy a special place. Unfortunately, this community is often marginalized and stigmatized. However, the Roma play and will play a key role in the socio-economic and cultural development of Europe in the next decade. Recognizing and appreciating their importance is not only a matter of social justice, but also an opportunity to strengthen European society.

Cultural diversity and mutual enrichment

The Roma have a rich and vibrant culture that has survived through the centuries. Integrating and valuing this cultural wealth creates an environment for exchange and mutual enrichment.

Roma music, for example, has had a profound influence on various musical genres across the continent, from classical music to jazz. Artists from the Roma community continue to fascinate and inspire with their creativity and passion. Supporting these cultural expressions enriches our own cultural landscape.

Economic and social contribution

The Roma represent a significant workforce which, if properly integrated and supported, can contribute significantly to the European economy. The fight against discrimination and improving access to education and employment for Roma are not only moral imperatives, but also economic opportunities. By giving young Roma people access to training and skilled jobs, we strengthen Europe's workforce and drive innovation and economic growth.

Many Roma entrepreneurs are successfully developing their business in various sectors, from crafts to information technologies. Supporting these entrepreneurs by governments and institutions can stimulate local economic development and create new jobs.

Strengthening social cohesion

The inclusion of Roma is essential for the social cohesion of Europe. Marginalization and discrimination against Roma create tensions and divisions that weaken our societies. On the other hand, inclusion and equal opportunities for all strengthen solidarity and social stability. Inclusive policies and joint initiatives can transform lives and communities, and create a sense of belonging and participation in society.

Educational programs and joint projects that encourage cooperation between Roma and non-Roma can reduce prejudice and promote harmonious coexistence. Initiatives such as youth groups, joint centers and collaborative art projects play a key role in this process.

Defense of human rights

The treatment of Roma in Europe is also a human rights issue. The discrimination they are exposed to is contrary to the basic values ​​of the European Union, such as human dignity, equality and human rights. Advocating for Roma rights means defending these universal values. Governments, institutions and citizens should work together to end discrimination and ensure that Roma can enjoy the same rights and opportunities as all other European citizens.

Roma rights organizations are constantly working to raise awareness and promote equality. Their role is crucial to shining a light on injustice and pressuring politicians to implement meaningful reforms.

Contribution to political diversity

The integration of Roma in political and decision-making processes is another significant dimension of their contribution to Europe. Encouraging Roma political participation can not only improve the representation of their interests, but also enrich the democratic debate by integrating diverse perspectives. Roma politicians, who are in growing numbers, bring new and important voices to local, national and European parliaments.

Tomorrow's Europe will be shaped by our ability to include and value all its components. The Roma, with their cultural wealth, economic potential and aspiration for equality, have a key role in this construction. For the next decade, let's make sure that the Roma are fully recognized and integrated into our societies. It is a challenge, but also a huge opportunity for a fairer, more inclusive and more prosperous Europe. Together, let's build a future where every voice matters, where every culture is valued, and where everyone has a place and a chance to succeed.

Let's commit to breaking the barriers of discrimination and opening the doors of opportunities. Let's celebrate the contribution of the Roma and work for a future where their potential is fully realized, enriching the social, economic and cultural landscape of Europe.

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