Former Macedonian Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski has been sentenced to six years in prison, and former Secretary-General Kiril Bozhinovski has been given a two-year probation in the “Talir 2” case.
“They are found guilty because the defendant Gruevski, who was the leader of the political party VMRO-DPMNE, along with Bozhinovski, who was the general secretary of the party, illegally acquired property, i.e. a building worth 132 million denars,” said Judge Daniela Aleksovska-Stojanovska.
The defendants were charged with abuse of office, enabling the legal entity DG “Beton” AD Skopje to build the headquarters of the political party VMRO-DPMNE, at a time when the company had concluded public procurement contracts with state bodies and public institutions or companies. , contrary to the Law on Political Parties, the Law on Financing of Political Parties and the Law on Obligations.