Geer tells Government: We invested millions in the “rule of law” and you let us down


 The EU spent millions in this judiciary. We and the citizens should rightly expect that it will generate results. Yes, but it is not enough, and the events of the past months have been very disappointing. There is a need to recommit to reforms. The Government is leading this process, but the Parliament should also follow them in this, EU ambassador David Geer said during his address at the Fifth Plenary Session of The National Convention for the European Union (NCEU-MK).

“Reforms are necessary and urgent. We have a responsibility to show professionalism, which the public expects through the judicial council, through the judicial authorities, because the EU will follow this process from the first day to the day of accession,” added Geer.

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