Macedonian Government Survives No-Confidence Vote
The Macedonian government on Wednesday survived a parliamentary vote of no-confidence brought by the opposition VMRO-DPMNE party over its handling of relations with Greece and Bulgaria.
The vote was seen as a test for Prime Minister Zaev’s reform agenda and policy of improving relations with the two neighbours as a step to joining the European Union and NATO.
Sixty-two deputies in the 120-seat parliament voted against the no-confidence motion, while 40 were in favour.
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