Dnevnik, FYROMacedonia: Former president thinks prime minister has psychological problems

Dnevnik, FYROMacedonia: Former president thinks prime minister has psychological problems
6 November 2009 | 11:41 | FOCUS News Agency
Skopje. Organization of a referendum on the name issue is an artificial topic launched by the government, which refuses to announce its position on the issue in public, Branko Crvenkovski, former “Macedonian” president and now leader of the Social Democratic Union of Macedonia (SDUM), said on Alsat M television yesterday, “Macedonian Dnevnik” daily writes.
According to Crvenkovski, Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski is the one who has to assume responsibility over name dispute’s solution instead of shifting the responsibility on the two million citizens by organizing a referendum.
The man has some psychological problems but if he solves the issue he will join us in the list of traitors and he well be even ranked on the first honorary position. We were declared traitors because of the interim solution and now he should be declared traitor for the final one”, Crvenkovski remarked.
Recently Rafiz Aliti, deputy chairperson of the Democratic Union for Integration (DUI), said that “Albanians will join the EU and NATO with or without “Macedonians””. Commenting on this statement, Crvenkovski said it is radical but should not be rejected.
“It should be regarded as some kind of an indicator about the direction, which at certain time – I do not know when and for how long, the Albanians may possibly raise the question about – how long are we going to be hostages of the motives and unsolved issues connected to the history of the “Macedonian” nation”, Crvenkovski said, as cited by Dnevnik.

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