Tag Archives: Criminal Court

Former PM Gruevski still not in Prison

Former PM Nikola Gruevski is still not in prison. On Friday, last working day of the week, the Criminal Court had an unsuccessful attempt to submit the decision on the two-year prison sentence in the Tank case to him. Court submitters didn’t found Gruevski in his home. His wife, Borkica, told him he had gone out. That means that the ...

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Tank Case: Committee Recommends Revocation of Gruevski’s MP Mandate

On Wednesday, the Committee on Mandatory-Immunity Issues, with a majority votes in favour, accepted the Court’s request and recommended Parliament to take away Nikola Gruevski’s MP mandate because of the two-year sentence in the Tank case. Five of the nine Committee members voted in favour. The vote wasn’t attended by the VMRO-DPMNE members. Though they had come for the session, ...

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MP Mukoski: Court should Allow More Time for Work in Parliament

Krsto Mukoski, who is part of the new parliamentary group, considers that the Criminal Court should allow him to have more time for the MP position. Part of the MPs charged in the trial over the 27 April 2017 attacks in Parliament think that it’s necessary for them to have more free time so that they get involved in Parliament’s ...

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Gruevski’s Appeal for Postponement of Start of Sentence Rejected

A judge for execution of sanctions with the Criminal Court has rejected the appeal filed by former PM Nikola Gruevski for the start of the two-year prison sentence in the Tank case, opened by the Special Prosecutor’s Office, to be postponed. The decision has been sent to the parties in the procedure, which have a right to file appeal it ...

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Criminal Court Rejects VMRO-DPMNE’s Appeal Over frozen Assets

The Criminal Court has rejected VMRO-DPMNE’s appeal and confirmed the decision to freeze the party’s assets. The procedure is related to the Thalir case, opened by the Special Prosecutor’s Office (SPO). According to Hristijan Mickoski’s party, the decision to freeze the assets should be annulled because it is unfounded “In order to please PM Zoran Zaev, the obedient judiciary accepted ...

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Assets Frozen Within Frameworks of Investigation into Post Bank Case

On Friday, a judge in a previous procedure of the Criminal Court, upon a request from the Special Prosecutor’s Office, made a decision temporarily freezing assets in the investigation into the Post Bank case. The frozen assets of belong to Evropa 92 and NOEL export-import, as well as to the two legal entities’ owners, Ratko Dimitrovski and Tome Glavcev, respectively, ...

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Gruevski to Report to Prison by 8 November for Serving Sentence

The former PM Nikola Gruevski is to report to prison for serving his sentence of two years for the case “Tank” processed by the Special Public Prosecution (SPO). From the Criminal Court in Skopje they inform that a court official handed over the sentence resolution to Gruevski in the court on Friday, while he was waiting for a hearing on ...

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Skopje Basic Court 1 Receives Verdict against ex-PM Gruevski

The Basic Court 1, also known as Criminal court, announced Friday that it received the second-degree verdict from the Appellate Court Skopje regarding the Tank case i.e. the purchase of a Mercedes in the amount of almost 600.000 euros. The court states that the Appellate Court’s verdict will be sent for a further procedure at a judge for sanctions who ...

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