The Parliamentary Committee on Reconciliation and Integration will hold its first meeting on Wednesday. The contents of their proposed law over the events of April 27th will be discussed at the session, according to sources from VMRO-DPMNE’s independent MP group.
“We will face the facts,” MPs say, pointing out they are still in consultations with legal experts regarding this proposed law on reconciliation.
The session on Wednesday will be held, but it doesn’t mean that anything would be adopted, the independent parliamentary group pointed out.
The Reconciliation Committee, headed by Deputy Parliament Speaker Frosina Tasevska Remenski and Emilija Aleksandrova from the independent MP group, has twenty-five members, including all deputy parliament speakers, all MP group coordinators (except for VMRO-DPMNE), as well as independent MPs and representatives of parties without MP groups.
Whether the Committee’s proposed law on reconciliation gets the support of VMRO-DPMNE depends on what it covers, sources from the independent MP group say, despite its withholding participation on the Committee.