Court sentences Jankuloska and Janakieski to prison, Protugjer gets probation in the “Titanic” case


The first-instance verdicts were announced today for some of the defendants who pleaded guilty in the “Titanic” case to election irregularities in the 2014 parliamentary elections.

Mile Janakieski was sentenced to an effective prison sentence of 4 years and 6 months, Gordana Jankuloska was sentenced today to 2 years and six months in prison, and Munir Pepic and Kosta Mitrovski received 3 years in prison each.

Martin Protugjer received two years of probation, and Biljana Brishkoska Boshkovski, Kiro Todorovski and Katerina Velovska received the same sentence.

Apart from those who pleaded guilty, the former Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski, the former Secretary General of the Government Kiril Bozhinovski, the former MP Ilija Dimovski, the former mayor of Pustec, Edmond Temelko, as well as 12 other defendants accused of criminal association, are also accused in “Titanic” case for violation of the freedom of choice of voters, bribery during elections and voting, destruction of election material and misuse of funds for financing the election campaign.

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