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Zaev secures the majority for constitutional changes

SKOPJE – Prime Minister of Macedonia Zoran Zaev has secured the two-thirds majority needed for amending the country’s constitution in accordance with the Prespa Agreement, Beta reports.

An agreement has apparently been reached with the Besa Movement, which represents ethnic Albanians. The postponed parliamentary session with the constitutional changes on the agenda is thus expected to take place today.

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