The Office of the Ombudsman stated that Oliver Spasovski had abused the issuance of orders deploying police officers to jobs outside their place of residence.
The Ombudsman considers that orders may, by law, last up to 2 months and not more than 20 months in succession as it occurs after June 2017.
Following Spasovski’s taking over, some members of the Interior Ministry who in SDSM considered themselves close to VMRO-DPMNE were deployed to other cities.
So, for instance, a police officer from Veles goes to Makedonski Brod every day, and from Makedonski Brod police officers are sent to Struga or Ohrid.
Spasovski or the Ministry of Interior received 8 days to respond to the Ombudsman’s report.
The new Interim Interior Minister Nake Culev, in accordance with the recommendation of the Ombudsman, abolished all disputed orders by Spasovski.
In the legal service and in the office of former Interior Minister Oliver Spasovski, there is a list of about two hundred people who have been declared ineligible and each month have been ordered under Article 154 , and have been victims to workplace mobbing for two and a half years. In the sixth department there are police officers who have 640 points jobs and are placed in shelters with orders.
Also, according to unofficial information, employees were constantly blackmailed to sign a lower job decision and, if one did not want to, were reassigned by order of the minister.
Of Spasovski’s alleged abuses by degradations and allocations, sources from the Ministry of Interior comment that in the new systematization in SIA Skopje there were no jobs with 600 points, but the new government introduced that job with 600 points so that they could get from the QDU (Quick Deployment Unit) of STU Tigers (Special Tasks Unit) and to assign the old Alpha unit as regional police officers in the police station.