FYROM’s Zaev ‘Has Already Found The Votes’, Serbian State TV Says

According to a report of the First Channel on the Serbian State television, the Prime Minister of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), Zoran Zaev, has already found the 80 votes that are needed in the Parliamentary vote that will implement the constitutional changes dictated by the Prespa agreement.

The Serbian TV station claims that it has information from the Albanian AlSAT-M channel in FYROM, according to which 11 members of FYROM’s Parliament, belonging to the opposition party VMRO-DMPNE, are ready to support Zaev’s propositions.

The party issued an announcement after the claims from the Serbian TV stating that they have a clear stance regarding the agreement with Greece and their parliamentarians will respect the will of the people.

At the same time, some members of the opposition claim that they have been receiving death threats in case they vote in favor of the agreement, but no one has made official complaints yet.