Justice Minister complained via letter to Washington DC and ambassadors about the announcements over dissolution of Judicial Council and Council of Public Prosecutors


Macedonian Minister KrenarLloga sent letters to the EU Delegation in North Macedonia, the embassies of the United States, Germany, France, the Netherlands and Belgium, the OSCE Mission to Skopje, the Skopje Office of the Council of Europe, the Department of State via the US Embassy in North Macedonia and the European Commission in Brussels to voice his concern following the announcement of the parliamentary majority that it is drafting a set of legislation aimed at dissolving the Judicial Council and the Council of Public Prosecutors, the Justice Ministry said Tuesday. VMRO-DPMNE’s response is that the evaluation of the law with Lloga, SDSM and DUI is well-known and it’s time for accountability.

“I would like to inform you and direct your attention to the announcements of an “invasion” being prepared by the parliamentary majority in the justice system. In parallel with the announcements for the reform of the administration bodies and the reorganization of the ministries, the ruling majority announced that it is also preparing a package of laws that will dissolve the two constitutional and independent categories – the Judicial Council and the Council of Public Prosecutors. Such announcements are hasty and dangerous, and we appreciate that the ruling majority should respect the process of proper policy-making, which includes an assessment of the situation and consultation for all upcoming obligations and responsibilities that the Republic of North Macedonia has in an agreement with the European Union and the rest of the international partners”, reads a part of the letter.

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