By XHABIR DERALLA
In which way can the voting of the Macedonian MPs in the Macedonian parliament cause inequality and endangerment to the constitutional foundations of the state?Where in the Constitution do we have a provision on what someone can vote for, according to ethnic affiliation? I really don’t see where in the Constitution ethnic affiliation is a “precondition” for how much one is allowed or is not allowed to be concerned with state issues.
But the radicals have come out with “mathematical” analyses on the ethnic structure of those who voted for the European proposal in the parliament on July 16. They are in panic, because this is a great victory for the Macedonian state. The first intergovernmental conference in Brussels will be held on Tuesday, July 19, and thus, after 17 years of waiting, our country will finally step on the European path. But for them, this is a “precedent”, because also the non-Macedonians voted for the proposal, and were even more numerous! And that “precedent” and “introduction into a long-term crisis” was supported precisely by the European Union! Catastrophic!
For these great “mathematicians”, it’s not important that as many as 68 MPs voted FOR and ZERO AGAINST, but rather what they are according to ethnic affiliation. What’s next? A stripe on the sleeve of every non-Macedonian?
According to the logic of the rashists, should the non-Macedonians in the Macedonian football representation score fewer goals than the pure Macedonians in the team? If by chance the non-Macedonian score more goals, the international referee should be called upon to cancel the “excess” goals? Is that right?
Or, if more non-Macedonians receive international recognitions and awards for achievements in sports, science or art, should they return them or leave them to the pure Macedonians. According to that ethno-logic, we also need to have answers to some other questions as well.
How much airare the non-Macedonians allowed tobreath in compared to the Macedonians? Certainly not with full lungs, right? How much bread and how much cheese are the non-Macedonians allowed to eat today? How much beer can they drink?
And why do Edi Rama and Aleksandar Vucic need to show solidarity with the Macedonians? What right does Vucic have to convince the Macedonians that it’s good for us to start the negotiations? He is not a Macedonian!
And finally, let’s get back to the “precedent”. For which issues are the non-Macedonians allowed to vote for in parliament, and for which not? Where is this regulated in the Constitution? Probably, according to the “concerned”, apart from
citizenship, another type of verification – ethnic – should also be introduced, so as to determine the degree of the right according to which non-Macedonians can deal with state matters.
According to this “final solution”, the Constitution should probably also prescribe how long non-Macedonians can live and what they can work in the country. Perhaps the “concerned” NGO experts and fascist-politicians will be calmerthen. Or is that too not enough?
Maybe the size of the graves should also be determined, according to ethnicity. Or, even better – gas chambers! As they proudly shouted out on the streets the whole week in July and in many, many occasions over the past decades.
OK, all jokes aside, where can we go to get a stripe?
Translation: N. Cvetkovska