ECONOMY Government releases December salaries of PM, ministers
The Government released Friday a list of the December salaries of the Prime Minister, Deputy PMs and ministers.
As part of the Government’s commitment for increased digital transparency, this webpage is available to the public, including the salaries of the Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Ministers and Cabinet Ministers, the Government said in a press release.
PM Zoran Zaev tops the list with the highest net salary of Mden 87,813 (EUR 1,425), followed by Minister of Interior Oliver Spasovski with Mden 85,113 (EUR 1,380), both among the ministers with the most years of experience.
They are followed by Minister of Labor and Social Policy Jagoda Shahpaska with Mden 74,273 (EUR 1,205), who has the highest number of years of experience, 28.
Then come Defense Minister Radmila Shekerinska (Mden 72,989 – EUR 1,184), Culture Minister Irena Stefoska (Mden 72,670 – EUR 1,179), Deputy PM for European Affairs Nikola Dimitrov and Deputy PM for Economic Affairs Fatmir Bytyqi have the same net salary (Mden 71,385 – EUR 1,158), while First Deputy PM Artan Grubi’s monthly salary stands at Mden 70,102 (EUR 1,137).
Minister of Environment and Physical Planning Naser Nuredini and Minister of Information Society and Administration Jeton Shaqiri have the lowest salaries among Government ministers – Mden 65,612 (EUR 1,065) and Mden 65,292 (EUR 1,059) respectively.