The Council of Public Prosecutors on Wednesday will consider Public Prosecutor for Organized Crime and Corruption Vilma Ruskovska’s appeal against the decision on her suspension from office, informs MIA.
According to the Council of Public Prosecutors’ website, Ruskovska’s appeal is the first item on the agenda of the council’s 63rd session. Ruskovska filed the appeal last week, claiming her suspension was ”a suspension of the law and suspension of justice.”
Chief Public Prosecutor Ljubomir Joveski decided to remove Ruskovska from her post as head of the Public Prosecution for Organized Crime and Corruption while proceedings are ongoing in relation to a complaint filed against her by recently resigned Finance Police director Arafat Muaremi.
Muaremi had filed the complaint on Aug. 8, regarding a search of the Financial Police that Ruskovska conducted together with other prosecutors on July 18 as part of a pre-trial investigation into the institution.