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Sekerinska on “Racketeering” Case: No one is above the Law

The Deputy PM and Defence Minister Radmila Sekerinska believes that all involved in the “Racketeering” case should be held responsible and face justice. “We are all equal before the law, and we provide our constant support to judicial institutions in the struggle against crime and corruption. This country has changed, and today when some recordings are published, no one claims ...

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Zaev: I stand in Defence of Rights of LGBT+ Community, Journalists

The PM Zoran Zaev speaks in an interview for MIA about the “Racketeering” case and his latest controversial statement. The PM once again addressed his apologies to the LGBT+ community in Macedonia, as well as the journalists and other media workers. “Me as a PM and as a human and the government, we all stand in defence of the freedom ...

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Pendarovski: There must be Responsibility for “Racketeering” Case

The President of Macedonia Stevo Pendarovski addressed the nation via a press conference on Monday. Pendarovski commented on the recent events related to the “Racketeering” case and the recordings published by Italian newspaper “La Verita”. “We are witnesses of a major affair which is shaking the pillars of important state institutions. I must say that I am disappointed with all ...

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“La Verita” publishes New Recording about “Racketeering” Case

The web site of the Italian newspaper “La Verita” has published a new audio recording related to the “Racketeering” case on Saturday morning.  In the recording the voices of suspect Bojan Jovanovski, businessman Orce Kamcev and Head of the Special Public Prosecution (SPO) Katica Janeva can be heard, with Janeva providing guarantees to Kamcev in relation to the “Empire” case ...

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Joveski: Recording “La Verita” will not hinder “Racketeering” Investigation

The Head of the Basic Public Prosecutor of Macedonia (PPO) Ljubomir Joveski says in an interview for MIA that the video recording published by the Italian newspaper “La Verita” will not endanger the investigation over the “Racketeering” case. The Facebook page of “La Verita” published on Thursday a video recording from the security cameras in the home of businessman Orce ...

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Criminal Court: Conditions for Extradition of Morina not met

The Council at the Criminal Court in Skopje adopted on Wednesday a resolution claiming that the conditions for extradition of former Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) member Tomor Morina to Serbia have not been met. Morina was arrested in Macedonia during the last week of July, by a search warrant from INTERPOL, and official Belgrade has demanded his extradition to Serbia, ...

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Mickoski: Macedonia is note Enslaved, but rather Lost State

The leader of VMRO-DPMNE Hristijan Mickoski reacted to the recent video of PM Zoran Zaev, in which he referred to Macedonia during the rule of VMRO-DPMNE as “an enslaved state”. “After three years of rule of SDSM, Macedonia is not enslaved, but rather lost, and all that because of the bad policies of the government ran by PM Zaev. This ...

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PM Zaev delivers Video address Related to PO draft Law

On Monday, PM Zoran Zaev delivered a video address regarding the new Prosecutor’s Office (PO) draft law. “We’re in front of the final step to free the judiciary from the vices of the regime that is behind us. Huge is the responsibility among political stakeholders in this struggle for the legal state. However, the biggest responsibility falls to the party ...

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Ilinden Uprising Day marked Throughout Macedonia

“There’s no better way for us to repay our heroes except by continuing their brave deeds, effectuated in the Krusevo Manifesto and in the ASNOM’s decisions,” PM Zoran Zaev at Friday’s ceremony at Meckin Kamen to mark Ilinden Uprising Day. According to him, the first Ilinden, that is, the one in 1903, is a symbol of the joint struggle for ...

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Zaev: Snap Parliamentary Election no sooner than October 2020

The PM Zoran Zaev says that the messages coming from the opposition that they cannot reach agreement over any issue unless a snap parliamentary election is held. “Despite the signals from VMRO-DPMNE, we will do our best and invest super-human efforts in order to adopt the Draft-law on Public Prosecution. Working groups can proceed with negotiations, even though the Parliament ...

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