The lay judge in cases against the opposition hides behind the head of the Criminal Court


The lay judge in the cases “Talir 1” and “Talir 2”, MitkoSandev, due to which the property of VMRO-DPMNE is frozen, refused NetPress in its demands to answer the questions on the topic that was opened earlier today by the leader of the opposition party HristijanMickoski.

VMRO-DPMNE’s property is frozen as a result of the cases “Talir 1” and “Talir 2”, and MitkoSandev, who is a member of the bodies of the Party of Pensioners, is a lay judge in both cases. However, although he is 60 years old and meets the conditions to retire, according to the information, he was summoned by the authorities in court and was ordered to stay and not retire, to put pressure on VMRO-DPMNE.

NetPress contacted Sandev by phone, and after he was asked to comment on the allegations, the lay judge briefly replied that the president of the Skopje 1 Basic Court, Ivan Dzolev, was “familiar with the case”, pointing out that he should be asked for answers. Initially Dzolev was not available for comment.

According to court sources, MitkoSandev is acting as a lay judge against his will, and the ultimate goal is for the property of VMRO-DPMNE to remain legally captured.

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