Strasbourg European Court accepts fourth complaint from the owner of “NOEL” for the SPO case “Postal Bank”


One of the businessmen who was subject to racketeering, a fellow citizen of Katica Janeva from the SPO, with tense family relations in Gevgelija, received permission for his complaint from the Court in Strasbourg.

The fourth complaint submitted by Tome Glavchev, the owner of NOEL Gevgelija, regarding the Postenska Banka case before the European Court of Human Rights, as well as the previous three, was accepted, i.e. it successfully passed the first preliminary stage of the admissibility examination, says lawyer Petre Janura.

“This is our fourth application before the ECHR. All were accepted by the court. The first three were related to the actions of Special Prosecutor Katica Janeva, and detailed the violations of human rights during her investigative procedures. The fourth application is related to the timeframe of the SPO actions. My client was subjected to investigation even before Janeva and prosecutors dropped the charges back in 2005, when it was determined that the rescue program did not harm other companies who were seeking funds from the bank,” said lawyer Petre Janura.

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