Speaking at a news conference, Ruskovska said there’s no evidence to prove that other SPO prosecutors might be involved.
“The Public Prosecutor’s Office for Organized Crime and Corruption hasn’t issued a search warrant for the homes of politicians. If there is any, it might be ordered by another prosecutor’s office and it isn’t in connection to this case,” she stated.
Answering a journalist question, State Public Prosecutor Ljubomir Joveski said the term of the Special Public Prosecution (SPO) is still valid under the Law on the SPO. “If the prosecutor at the helm of this institution is prevented in any way, then the Council of the Public Prosecution should appoint an acting prosecutor to manage it,” he said.