Five people accused of the violent episodes in the Parliament of FYROM on 27 April last year, were once again sent behind bars last evening. Yesterday, general prosecutor, Lubomir Jovevski declared that the Criminal Court has received indictments about 30 people in relation to the events taken place on 27 April.
28 people have been accused of threatening constitutional order and security, while two of them are accused of assisting.
Upon the decision of the Supreme Court, a part of the arrested people had been placed under house arrest. Among these people there was also former minister of Interior, Mitko Cavkov, who returned to prison last night.
In the violent events produced on 27 April, crowds of protesters entered parliament and organized groups attacked MPs, including the current Prime Minister Zoran Zaev and the head of the Alliance for Albanians Party, Ziadin Sela. /balkaneu.com/