Law changes proposed to enable sanctioning persons on US “blacklist”


The state’s coordinating body for analyzing and strengthening legislation against corruption and organized crime convened on Friday to discuss heightening restrictive measures in light of the United States of America’s corruption-related designations.
According to an official press release, Deputy Prime Minister in charge of Good Governance Slavica Grkovska submitted a proposal for amendments to the Law on Restrictive Measures. The changes would make it possible that sanctions imposed by the United States related to corruption, organized crime, terrorism, and hybrid threats be applied in the country and those designated be subject to sanctions according to local laws.

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