Anti-Corruption files 45 cases related to the presidential and parliamentary elections


Since the announcement of the presidential and parliamentary elections, the State Commission for Prevention of Corruption (SCPC) has processed a total of 45 cases that they suspect are related to corrupt acts, and they have received about 400 requests from state institutions for an opinion on what they may and may not do during the campaign after which are also prepared items, informed Tatjana Dimitrovska in an interview for Radio Free Europe.

Forty-one cases, i.e. reports, relating to employment procedures, suspicion of employment, initiation of disciplinary procedures, termination of employment, have been formalized. 21 cases have been established by the SCPC on this basis. Four cases refer to the existence, suspicion of extraordinary payments made by state institutions. For holding public appearances, two cases, said SCPC’s Dimitrovska.



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