Stoilkovski: Former SDS mayor hired journalists and directors for over MKD 2.5 million in municipal money


I continue with the series of press devoted to the wasteful behavior of the anti-Macedonian SDS. Not only the state, but also the local budgets when they are at their disposal for hiring party soldiers. And this is not new, nor has it been stopped by the wasteful incompetent government of SDS, pointed out VMRO-DPMNE spokesperson Naum Stoilkovski on Saturday.
These are documents submitted back in June to the State Commission for Prevention of Corruption (SCPC) from the Gazi Baba municipality, with calculations for the payment of over 2.5 million denars for fictitious contracts only for one year 2020-2021, i.e. until the local elections.
With the signature of Boris Geogievski from the anti-Macedonian SDS, former mayor of Gazi Baba, more than two million denars were given, through multi-month contracts, just for the hiring of four people who have not submitted a single report on completed work in the municipality.
“At most, over one million denars were paid to Bojan Kordalov, a regular media analyst for social networks, as well as coordinator of the Institute for Good Governance and Euro-Atlantic Perspectives. There is also Ljubisha Stankovikj, a journalist known as an advisor in the prime minister’s cabinet of SDS, while he was also a journalist on national television, in one year he was paid over 347 thousand denars by the municipality of Gazi Baba. The same amount was paid to Santa Argirova, another well-known journalistic name, while about 278 thousand denars were paid to Tomislav Zivkovikj, a film director. In total, over two million denars of municipal money paid to journalists, a director and an expert on social media,” Stoilkovski pointed out.
“But there is more. Half a million denars were also paid to four other people for a project called “The Beauties of Gazi Baba”, a documentary series. The money has been paid to them, but there is no film, no series, no material or report has been submitted to the municipality of Gazi Baba. The money has been paid to them, although according to the contract they should have received the money only after the film has been realized.
For all this, an official complaint was submitted to the SCPC back in June, but after three months there is still no response.

Previous articleSSM makes available all facilities for increasing the salary of health workers
Next articleAt least 174 dead in a stampede at a football match in Indonesia


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here