Skopje, April 10, 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency
By Naser Pajaziti
Leader of Macedonian opposition, Zoran Zaev demanded the start of the investigations on PM Nikola Gruevski and the head of secret services, Saso Mijalkov, in relation to the wiretapping affair and the offenses that have been unveiled from the registered conversations.
“I have submitted all files and evidence against Gruevski and Mijalkov and an investigation must kick off. I have pressed criminal charges against them for violation of the Constitution and the laws of the country, abuse of office and for causing great damages to the country and the citizens”, declared Zaev.
Zaev has appeared in the General Prosecution Office in relation to the so called “Putsch” case, where he’s accused of national treason and cooperation with secret services. All of these charges relate to the publication of the wiretapping scandal, which has unveiled causes of carrion where state officials seem to be involved. /ibna/