Ivanov forced to meet with Yee, asks Coup organizer for Assistance?
Monday, 01 May 2017

President Gjorge Ivanov met Monday with U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs, Hoyt Brian Yee, condemning any political and physical violence and saying dialogue is the only way to find solutions for the political situation.

Ivanov said if there is true political leadership by parliamentary party leaders, the legal and political obstacles for the government mandate assignment can be overcome, the President's Office said in a press release.

Ivanov urged the United States, being Macedonia's strategic partner, to help remove obstacles that could enable the parliamentary majority to get the mandate.

"Precedents that become practice and the illegal becomes legal undermine the fundamental democratic principles", said the President.

In addition, Ivanov urged SDSM leader Zoran Zaev to fulfill the publicly articulated word they would provide guarantees alongside the coalition partners over strengthening the country's unitary character and in compliance with Macedonia's Constitution.

"The Tirana platform cannot be a condition or a base for the government formation", underlined Ivanov while urging citizens for restraint and patience because solutions must come through reason and dialogue.

Ironically, the new US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson doesn't know who Hoyt Yee is. According to US Journalist Chris Deliso, the US State Department is chaotic at best with Obama and Trump fractions battling each other. Macedonia, through Hoyt Yee was visited by the lowest ranked minion in the remaining Obama fraction.


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