VMRO-DPMNE leader Hristijan Mickoski said protests in front of the Macedonian Government will continue until “we see the imposters leave the building”. Mickoski lead a group of thousands of protesters on a march through downtown Skopje, which ended in front of the Government building.

– When they were entering the Government, they made promises in their families, in the motherland, in their children even, that they will not pour salt on our wounds. And they not only broke those promises, but deepened the wounds so badly it will take us years to heal them, Mickoski said, reminding the protesters on the many promises Zoran Zaev made that he will guarantee and protect the Macedonian national identity in the dispute with Greece.

Mickoski repeated the announcement that VMRO-DPMNE is focusing on the coming Presidential elections next year, which he said will be the beginning of the end of the Zaev regime.

– The battle has just begun and there will be no stopping until we defeat them. Our first victory will be the presidential elections in April, and it will announce the early elections. The people have made it clear: you lied to us once, twice, but the third time we are coming for our own, Mickoski said, adding that even fake polls produced by the Government can’t conceal that VMRO-DPMNE has the advantage.