Tupanchevski: About 1,200 citizens should go to prison for disobeying COVID-19 measures

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Macedonian Minister of Justice Nikola Tupanchevski in a TV interview on Friday evening said that a new amnesty law must be passed because 1,200 citizens are threatened with prison sentences.

The minister says that the citizens have committed a crime by violating the bans in the previous two and a half years during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“These are people who violated COVID-19 measures and we are talking about more than 1,200 people who, if they don’t pay their fines, they will have to go to prison. We need to find a hasty solution,” Tupanchevski said.

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