DALY BRIEF September 13: SPO “transported” to the PPO, misinformation, arrest, dismissal…
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Joveski: We will take over all SPO cases, the “bombs” will be used as evidence
“We are taking over the cases that are in court procedure, we are taking over the cases that are in investigative and pre-investigative phase. It is already known that the courts accept that evidence as evidence and we will further use them in the procedure, but I do understand that the defence may have a different view regarding their validity and therefore the courts in the specific process will make appropriate decisions”, said prosecutor Ljubomir Joveski.
The State public prosecutor expects for the Council of public prosecutors to solve the status of the SPO prosecutors as soon as possible.
Parliament to dismiss Katica Janeva tomorrow at 1.00 pm
President of Parliament, Talat Xhaferi, has scheduled a plenary session for tomorrow with the following single item on the agenda – dismissal of special public prosecutor Katica Janeva. The session will start at 1.00 pm.
Zaev denies Milososki regarding Janeva’s detention
Prime Minister Zoran Zaev today denied yesterdays’ accusations of MP Antonio Milososki from VMRO-DPMNE that at the leaders’ meeting he had said that special public prosecutor Katica Janeva would be sent to house arrest in 10 days.
“My comment was that I have been informed by lawyer Irena Frckovska that it is logical for Janeva to request to submit the cases due to accountability, but also for her to request mitigating measures in the investigation for non-influence on witnesses, non-influence on cases”.
A security agency will be securing the most critical health institutions
A private security agency in critical health institutions, mobile police patrols in front of the City Hospital, are part of the agreed measures this morning at the meeting between Health Minister Venko Filipce and Minister of Interior Oliver Spasovski and representatives of health care workers, following the several attacks on doctors.
Ljupco Palevski detained in Belgrade
Ljupco Palevski – Palco has been detained by the Serbian police at the Belgrade airport “Nikola Tesla” and is currently in an extradition detention.
Solza Grceva’s party “A Voice for Macedonia” has disassociated itself from Palevski and stressed that they will not stand in his defence, if he is proven to be guilty.
SDSM: Mickoski’s and VMRO-DPMNE’s plan for destroying the SPO cases has failed
Janusev: The unlawful and violent taking over of the SPO cases will create anarchy
16 municipalities will receive from 2,5 to 5 000 euros for implementation of the Roma Strategy
Zaev: As a country aspiring for the EU, we must seriously fight against the grey economy
Mancevski: Journalists are the new fighters for freedom and a protective mechanism
Great interest for CIVIL’s Elections Reforms Conference, only 120 seats available
Leaders of the big political parties will speak seven minutes each, while their representative have three minutes, should the leaders be prevented, at the Elections Reforms Conference: Macedonian Elections Perspectives, which is organized by CIVIL, on September 25, at Hotel Continental, starting at 12 noon.
The Conference will address the need of reforms in the overall electoral system, and will more specifically address topics related to the Electoral Code, electoral model, Voters Register, political financing and the media and elections. Participants at the Conference will try to give replies to questions on whether reforms in the electoral process are possible, how and in what time frame. The detailed Programme, along with the list of speakers, will be published on September 18.