Macedonian PM does not exlcude government reshuffle

Macedonian Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski says there are no immediate plans for a government reshuffle, but doesn’t rule one out in the future. Two days ago he said: “Such an option could be considered only to speed up the government’s reforms and expand the scope of our activities.” Commenting on the opposition SDSM’s call for early elections, Gruevski said his party would win again if snap elections are held. He stresses however that a vote is unnecessary. “We focus on projects and reforms, which were promised to citizens. We’re willing and determined to fulfill these promises,” he added.

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