The removal of the public prosecutor in FYROM, Marko Zvrelevski, has entered a parliamentary procedure. SDSM (Social Democratic Union) has accused Zvrlevski of having served to VMRO-DPMNE.
Today, VMRO-DPMNE has demanded for the new chief prosecutor to be proposed by the opposition and to be elected with 2/3 of the votes in Parliament.
SDSM reacted by stressing the need of cooperation between majority and opposition for the new public prosecutor, demanding a full reformation of this institution. Zbrlevski, who is accused of being at the service of VMRO-DPMNE has been often seen in the company of the former head of Secret Services, Saso Mijalkov and has been heard in the registered conversations that were made public by the opposition in the wiretapping scandal. /balkaneu.com/