People that are on blacklists should not be MPs, mayors, ministers, etc., says Grkovska


Deputy Prime Minister in charge of Good Governance Policies Slavica Grkovska announced that she has launched an initiative in the Government to approach legal changes that will prevent persons who are on the sanctions list of the United States, the European Union and the United Nations from being on any position or to be employed in the administration.
The Deputy PM emphasized that changes are necessary that will provide that if an official, who is currently in a position, is given such a sanction, his mandate will be terminated immediately.
“Because the behavior as if nothing had happened, after the imposition of such sanctions, destroys trust in institutions and does not contribute to building a system in which citizens can have confidence,” said Grkovska.

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