Vandalismus pure, finanziert durch korrupte EU und US Politiker
|Tuesday, 13 September 2016|
|The trail against so called „Levica party“ members, Zdravko Saveski and Vladimir Kunovski, suspected of demolishing President Ivanov’s office at a protest on April 13, seems to have trouble commencing. First, the reason for postponement was determining the cost of damages, and now the reason for delay is rationing the determined amount of damages (MKD 520,000) between suspects.
Tuesday’s trial was postponed because the judge still has not obtained (6 months later) the cases on all of the people suspected of demolishing Ivanov’s office, so that the damage amount can be rationed and assigned to all suspects.
„The trial was postponed because the Court has not received a report from the Interior Ministry on the criminal procedures in relation to the incident“, lawyer Sasko Dukovski said.
A new hearing was scheduled for October 18.
Saveski stated for the media that Kunovski and himself are still banned from leaving the state, despite the fact that the Court returned their passports in July.
„While regime representatives, suspected of stealing from the Macedonian people and committing serious crimes, are free to do whatever they want, crime fighters are being prosecuted. At a previous hearing, about two months ago, we retrieved our passports, i.e. the travel ban against us was lifted. But police used all possible measures to leave the ban in place. We consider this harassment. But we cannot be easily broken.“, Saveski said.
After April 13 protests, which were held against President Ivanov’s abolition decision, several people were indicted, including Saveski and Kunovski. Three demonstrators have already received probation sentences.