Administrative Court’s Sejdini Refutes Claims in Charge Submitted Anonymously

At a press-conference on Monday, Administrative Court President Burim Sejdini refuted the claims in the charge over abuse of official duty through abuse of the automated court case management system, family employments, and carrying out activities intentionally for the statute of limitations regarding cases to expire. As he added, it’s about an attempt to harm the image of both him and the institution. The State Commission for Prevention of Corruption announced a case had been formed. “The charge was submitted to us on 28 June 2023,” it explained. The charge, submitted anonymously, contains allegations that Sejdini is responsible for manual assignment of cases and carrying out activities intentionally for the statute of limitations regarding cases to expire. The Financial Police Administration still hasn’t said whether there will be action, while the Judicial Council has decided to form a commission for control of the Court’s work, but after the summer holidays.