Bojan Jovanovski Provided Testimony to Prosecutor’s Office at His Request

Bojan Jovanovski at his request was taken Thursday from the Prison in Sutka to the Public Prosecutor’s Office to file criminal charges against officials and businessmen. Providing false statements, abuse of office, torture, illegal influence are just some of the ten criminal charges which the convicted Jovanovski began to testify on at the Public Prosecutor’s Office-Skopje. Unofficially, the charges are addressed to functionaries, but his lawyer, Saso Dukovski did not disclose names, only saying there was evidence. Technical Prime Minister Oliver Spasovski, answering a reporter’s question, said he was not afraid of the charges, neither for him nor for his associates. It is unknown at this time which Prosecutor’s Office will undertake the possible investigations, since Jovanovski several times previously refused to cooperate with Prosecutor Vilma Ruskovska. Jovanovski, now sentenced to nine years in prison for illegal influence, announced his testimonies since 18 June.