If the JSP employees do not get their December salary by Monday, it hinges on whether the Council of the City of Skopje will convene an emergency session and vote on the proposed subsidies for JSP in 2024, as per the company’s trade unions. In the event of a delay, this would mark the second time in the last two years that Skopje will be without public transport on Monday. Mićo Stojanovski, the president of one of the three unions, suggests a straightforward solution to the company’s problems: allowing it to operate and focus solely on generating profits.