Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Albanian crises, implicates FYROM

Skopje.The idea of the leader of the Social Democratic Union of Macedonia (SDSM) Branko Cvrenovski to form oppositional front is good, but unrealizable, because Cvrenovski has no one to form the front with, political analyzers say, Macedonian Vreme, newspaper writes.

The analyzers noted in would be even harder for Cvrenovski to find partners in the Albanian bloc, which is necessary pre-condition in the clash with VMRO-DPMNE.

Cvrenovski has announced several times in public all oppositional parties to unify and to oppose to the policy of Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski. Thus Cvrenovski met leaders of several political parties, including Tito Petrovski (New Social Democratic Party), Menduh Taci (Democratic Party of Albanians) and Imer Selmani (New Democracy).

Leaders have agreed Macedonia needs to access NATO and the European Union but have had different visions of the common actions and the formation of an oppositional bloc.


Anonymous said...

In FYROM will establish mostly NATO Bulgarian and Albanian forces, while itself in Albania, NATO Greek forces..if tow countries will continue to lost as more democratic values and shows as danger for stability of the region..


Anonymous said...

This is true, the laws adopted in Albania by the government that violates human rights and neutralizes private activity, turns the country at the time of dictatorship, while civil disobedience can cause population mainly in Southern Albania ..