Time: 3:59 p.m. CEST
Four years after the controversial death of Martin Neskoski, his family submits charges to the State Prosecution in Skopje against four persons that they perceive responsible for the events that lead to their loved one death.
Neskoski died on June 6, 2011 and recently after his death, a police officer Igor Spasov was sentenced on 14-years prison. But today, Neskoski family openly asked for a procedure, in which public prosecution should determine if the statements in the accusation are reasonable.
Sasho Petreski, who is an uncle to Neskoski, accompanied by Neskoski mother submitted the accusations against four people. Neskovski family proposed the investigation for Dejan Mitrevski, Gordana Jankulovska, Sasho Mijalkov and Nikola Gruevski.
According to the statement of Mr. Petreski, Dejan Mitrevski did not follow the procedure of the article 154 of the Law on Internal Affairs and he called the officer Igor Spasov without a written order for a job. Petreski said that former Minister of Interior Gordana Jankulovska did not prepare the written order, according to the same article in the law.
According to Petreski, Jankulovska, Mijalkov and Gruevski “consciously and intentionally covered up the information to prevent damages” in the Ministry of Interior. A month ago, the party in opposition, SDSM disclosed the intercepted telephone conversations between the government officials on the case.
After those events and the police action in Kumanovo, Gordana Jankulovska resigned from the job post of Interior Minister, and Sasho Mijalkov resigned as a Director of the police intelligence. Dejan Mitrevski who worked as a security of the Prime minister Gruevski was discharged of the duty recently, while Nikola Gruevski is president of VMRO-DPMNE party and the Prime minister of Macedonia.
The prosecution should decide whether to brought charges against the current and former officials mentioned in the civil charge against them.