• Wednesday, 22 May 2024

Mickoski in Ohrid asks citizens to unite around better tomorrow

Mickoski in Ohrid asks citizens to unite around better tomorrow

Ohrid, 18 April 2024 (MIA) — VMRO-DPMNE leader Hristijan Mickoski in Ohrid called on voters to stand united regardless of their political, national and religious affiliation; strive for a better common future, coexistence, accountability; and to stand together against poverty.


Mickoski said people were coming to these elections to take back Macedonia into their hands.


He said life was bad in the country, the institutions were broken, and the state had been hijacked by a few people from DUI and SDSM.


"But we are defiant. We will not give them Macedonia. We will not give them the future. We will not allow them to toy with us and gamble with our children's lives.


"There's no going back. The tsunami is coming and it will take them away from the political scene," Mickoski said.



VMRO-DPMNE's election platform, according to him, includes "a GDP growth of up to five percent per year, a low inflation rate of no more than 2-2.5 percent, reducing the unemployment rate by 7.5 percent, and opening 55,000 new jobs." 



Mickoski called for national unity. "Our differences will certainly persist but we have to find a common language. Macedonia has to unite on all grounds," he said.


VMRO-DPMNE's presidential candidate Gordana Siljanovska-Davkova also spoke at the Ohrid rally. mr/