No-Confidence Motion against Joveski to Be Part of Next New Session

Alternative, BESA, and Democratic Movement have asked why Parliament Speaker Talat Xhaferi isn’t putting the no-confidence motion against Chief Public Prosecutor Ljubomir Joveski, filed on 14 September, on the agenda.

MPs from the three parties suspect that information was being hidden over the 2021 Tetovo hospital fire in order to protect the main culprits. In response, Xhaferi’s Cabinet says that it received the answer from Joveski on Tuesday, adding that the item will be part of the next new session.

In the answer, Joveski points out, however, that in the case, there was no attempt to exert influence and pressures.