The statement you provided appears to be a political claim or accusation made by Aleksandar Nikoloski, the vice-president of VMRO-DPMNE, regarding alleged dealings between members of a political party and criminals in Macedonia. It’s important to note that such claims are typically subject to investigation and verification by relevant authorities and should not be taken as facts without evidence to support them.

If you have specific questions or would like more information about this topic, please feel free to ask, and I’ll do my best to provide relevant information based on my knowledge up to September 2021.
It’s important to emphasize that without concrete evidence and due process, accusations like this should be viewed with caution. Legal proceedings and investigations are typically necessary to determine the veracity of such claims and hold individuals accountable if they are found to be involved in criminal activities.

We announced that we would leave the Parliament if the government decided on the amnesty law, but I see they hit a reverse and decided not to release it with a European flag. At least that’s what they announced, but it hasn’t reached the Parliament yet, so we’re waiting to see what kind of procedure they’ll let it go through. If they release it with a European flag, we leave the Assembly, and if they release it in a regular procedure, then we will block it. So that law will not pass anyway“, concluded Nikoloski.