On Thursday, several defendants in the trial over the case concerning the 27 April 2017 attacks in Parliament made their closing arguments. Among them was Vlatko Trajkoski. As he said, ex-PS Trajko Veljanoski gave the order to open Parliament’s doors that day. “If the Parliament’s doors hadn’t been opened by amnestied MPs Krsto Mukoski and Saso Vasilevski, I wouldn’t have been charged with terrorism and violation of the constitutional order. That day, I was in the wrong place at the wrong time,” he stated. Trajkovski confirmed he had sprayed MP Sasko Kostov in one of the halls with a fire extinguisher. “However, I didn’t hit or injured anybody,” the defendant added. Another defendant, Aleksandar Vasilevski, said in his closing arguments that the Security and Counter-Intelligence Administration had destroyed evidence. The court process had started in August against 33 defendants, but 15 were later on pardoned.