Ivanovska: No basis for initiating proceedings against Kovachevski for the “Broilo” case


The head of the State Commission for the Prevention of Corruption, Biljana Ivanovska, says that there is no basis for opening a case against the Prime Minister for the “Broilo” case, after the opposition VMRO-DPMNE requested it.
“When he took office as Deputy Minister of Finance, Prime Minister Dimitar Kovachevski duly declared everything he owned in his mandatory asset declaration list. From the data on the list, we know that he does not participate in the management, and he also sold his shares in the company. Hence, there is no basis for initiating a procedure to determine a conflict of interest. According to the Law on Prevention of Corruption and Conflict of Interest, when the official takes office, he should entrust the management of the company to another person who is not a member of his family. In this case, he is neither the owner nor the manager, SCPC head Ivanovska told MKD.mk
VMRO-DPMNE asked the SCPC to open a case to investigate whether Prime Minister Dimitar Kovachevski is involved in a crime worth 26 million euros in connection with an electricity production business.

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