DAILY BRIEF January 28: Debate on Law on Public Prosecutor’s Office, whining of technical minister of police, “Racket” case chronology, stench in “public room”
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NEWS OF THE DAY: DEBATE ON LAW ON PUBLIC PROSECUTOR’S OFFICE BEGINS
Today the debate on the Law on Public Prosecutor’s Office started at 2.00 pm in the Parliament of the Republic of North Macedonia. Lawyers, experts, professors are discussing the Law. The debate is expected to last until 6.00 pm, after which it will continue tomorrow.
The most burning issue for the opposition, certainly, concerns the cases the SPO has started. The opposition members, in fact, are the ones most concerned with this issue, and the entire struggle they are leading is an attempt to close the cases and the avoid responsibility for them.
Маја Ivanovska: The only proposals for corrections to the Law proposed by former candidate for President of the country Gordana Siljanovska Davkova refer to everything else but the law.
STATEMENT OF THE DAY
POLITICALLY OK CORRAL– GOOD REPORTS, BAD PRACTICES
The daily-political quarrels continue on every topic and at all levels. Consequently, the technical minister of interior today at a press conference “informed” us on the course of the investigation for the scandal related to the “Public room” group on the social network Telegram.
Well, the press conference actually had an obvious goal of being just another party whining, for which his deputy Petrovska deservedly accused.
Nevertheless, the public has, on the other hand, learned that the Cybercrime and Digital Forensic Department has identified the owner of the D.K group from Skopje and the D.K administrator, also from Skopje.
A healthy banking system and an appropriate monetary policy is the conclusion of the Report on the Republic of Macedonia for 2019 that the International Monetary Fund published today. Despite all obstructions by VMRO-DPMNE in the adoption of laws, as was the latest case with the adoption of the Law on minimum wage, things are still moving, and the report of the IMF shows this.
A positive report also from the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, where Macedonia is singled out from the other countries of former Yugoslavia as a result of reduced pressure and prosecution of journalists.
NOT LESS IMPORTNAT
SCAN – POLITICAL MAGAZINE: RACKET CHRONOLOGY
More on the mind of compromise and propaganda centers in today’s column of Ordanoski
in cooperation with: Arben Zekiri, Biljana Jordanovska, Petar Klincarski, Igor К. Ilievski and Saso Ordanoski