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December 5 (SeeNews) - The leaders of the biggest parties represented in North Macedonia's parliament have agreed to hold both presidential and general elections in spring 2024, the government said.
The first round of presidential elections will be held on April 24, and the second round, along with general elections, is scheduled for May 8, North Macedonia's government said in a press release on Monday.
According to law, a caretaker government will be formed on January 28, prime minister Dimitar Kovacevski said in the statement.
Kovacevski was named prime minister and leader of the ruling left-wing SDSM party in 2022, replacing Zoran Zaev, who resigned after the party suffered a defeat in the local elections.
The current president of the country, Stevo Pendarovski, was candidate of the same party in the presidential elections in 2019.
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