Macedonia’s reforms for EU accession are seriously delayedly delayed

The reforms for the country’s EU accession have been seriously delayed, which is dangerous for the future of the country, said Radmila Sekerinska, chairperson of the Macedonian National Council for European Integration and MP from the oppositional Social Democratic Union for Integration (SDSM).

Ahead of today’s sitting of the Council, Sekerinska said that the government is late to vote the laws on harmonizing Macedonian legislation with that of the EU.
“The government is talking, but is obviously not working for the EU. Out of 374 sublegislative acts envisaged to be voted in 2010, only 21 were voted in the first Q3 of the year. The government continues the bad tendency from last year, when only 30% of the sublegislative acts were voted,” Sekerinska stressed.

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