When he stated his proposal, Antonio Miloshoski, a member of the party’s executive committee and an MP, asked for an internal reunion and a decisive rejection of all efforts for revision of the Ohrid frame agreement.
At a press conference he stressed that for an exit from the crisis and for renewal a dialogue is necessary “only by elected representatives at the elections within the Parliament of the Republic of Macedonia” where “common denominators would be found for the positions regarding the issues proposed by VMRO-DPMNE.”
Miloshoski proposed that it is necessary that all relevant political factors reunite and reach an agreement consisting of five points:
1. To reconcile whether the importance of political practice for entering into a coalition of a winner with a winner is a factor for an additional stability for the country?
2. Whether foreign agendas are acceptable for inner-political goals?
3. Whether during the constituting the Parliament, the current, including any future personnel, the position of a president of the Parliament of the Republic of Macedonia would logically belong to the political coalition or the party that has won the elections or that should be a subject of voting?
4. Whether all political participants agree with the keeping of the multicultural model of the Macedonian society with the equal promotion of all communities or a change of this model into a binational is supported, on the account of most of the non-majority communities?
5. Whether a top priority in this moment remains the stabilization of the country, the institutions, the economy and the European reforms for Euro-integrations as a unifying force for all citizens, or, all of these priorities should be changed by redefining the relations between the communities and the state establishment of the Republic of Macedonia.