Anti-Corruption Commission opens case into government’s software procurement by Dragi Rashkovski

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The State Commission for Prevention of Corruption has opened a case into the procurement of a software by the former government secretary general, confirmed head of the Anti-Corruption Commission Biljana Ivanovska on Wednesday.

“Following media reports, earlier today we opened a case believing there are enough elements to look into the reasons why the software was procured and why it isn’t being used still,” Biljana Ivanovska, head of the anti-corruption commission, said answering a journalist’s question after touring the commission’s new offices together with Deputy PM Ljupcho Nikolovski, who is in charge of the fight against corruption.

 

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