The Macedonian opposition keeps bringing amends in Parliament to stop the law that makes Albanian second official language in the country.
The new leader of the VMRO-DPMNE, Hristijan Mickoski, said that he expects the Parliament to respect the 35,000 amendments brought by his political force for the law in question.
The law passed in the first session, but the President of Macedonia refused to decree it, considering it anti-constitutional.
After this action, the VMRO-DPMNE brought 35,000 amendments for the law.
Prime Minister Zaev said that Macedonia has a Constitutional Court, and if something goes against the Constitution, then the Court should give its ruling.