Zaev’s Byzantine games are a “buy a day, spend a day”

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Zaev today tested his majority in the Parliament, but his Byzantine games are a system for “buy a day, spend a day”.

The MP from the ranks of VMRO-DPMNE, Timcho Mucunski today in his guest appearance on Sitel TV said that today for five hours in the Parliament, Prime Minister Zaev dealt with Byzantine games instead of the problems of the citizens.

– Today in the Parliament, we witnessed four five-hour Byzantine games in which in the end Prime Minister Zaev proved that he has the majority he has had since August. We see some triumphalism now. To tell you the truth, it would be triumphant for the Prime Minister to come before the MPs today and say that 100,000 vaccines have been provided, to come and say that there is a new package of economic measures that will save jobs that will save companies that are on edge of liquidity, said Mucunski.

The MP from the ranks of VMRO-DPMNE said that while the government is dealing with Byzantine games, Macedonia owes another 700 million euros.

– Triumph is not the fact that today Macedonia owes another 700 million euros. Now if we want to present today’s events as a triumphant event we are again stuck in what is a notorious problem in this country for 30 years. We do not deal with politics, we do not deal with solutions to the problems of the citizens that especially bother Macedonia from the point of view of health, economic and social policy, but what we did today, the assembly dealt with daily politics for five hours, said Mucunski