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Gruevski receives mandate from President Ivanov to form new government

29. June 2011. | 11:09

Source: MIA

President Gjorge Ivanov presented Tuesday a mandate to VMRO-DPMNE leader Nikola Gruevski to form the new government of the Republic of Macedonia.

President Gjorge Ivanov presented Tuesday a mandate to VMRO-DPMNE leader Nikola Gruevski to form the new government of the Republic of Macedonia.

VMRO-DPMNE party won the most parliamentary seats at the June 5 snap parliamentary polls.

After receiving the mandate, Gruevski has 20 days to submit the structure and programme of the new government to the Parliament.

Representatives of the ruling parties say the government will be most likely elected prior to the deadline envisaged by the law. They confirm that some ministries will be led by new officials, while other will rotate to other posts. Final assessments and analyses are being conducted. It has been jointly concluded that talks between VMRO-DPMNE and DUI are held in a good atmosphere.

Parliament's session for election of the new government is held in a period of 15 days since the day of submitting the proposal for government's structure and program.

The new government is elected by MPs with a majority of votes.

Nikola Gruevski, who is the sixth premier of independent Macedonia, has the opportunity to form a government for the third time after VMRO-DPMNE won the parliamentary elections in 2011, 2008 and 2006.

Vice PM responsible for the implementation of the Ohrid Accord, Abdulaqim Ademi has stated that a joint government platform had been agreed between DUI and VMRO-DPMNE.

"The platform includes topics and open issues that haven't been closed before and may have violated mutual relations. By closing all of these topics, we want to secure a European future for Macedonia as well as economic development. For the first time in plural Macedonia, the governmental program is jointly composed of the electoral programs drafted by the two parties that won the elections," Ademi stressed.

The names of the new ministers haven't been revealed yet, according to Ademi.

On Saturday, DUI's Ermira Mehmeti-Devaja said the initial distribution of posts and ministries in the new government would be 2:1.

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