Macedonian parliament appointed Ljubomir Joveski as new state public prosecutor


With 61 votes “for,” one “withheld” and none “against,” at a plenary session today, the Parliament appointed Ljubomir Joveski to be the new state public prosecutor.

Joveski has spent his entire career within the Macedonian legal system, as he has worked both in the judiciary and the prosecution and the last position he took before the government appointed him as a state public prosecutor was a member of the Council of Public Prosecutors.

The new public prosecutor, who will take the place of the dismissed Marko Zvrlevski, as was stressed during the discussion that wasn’t attended by VMRO-DPMNE’s MPs, is expected to return the trust in the Prosecution and the legal system in the country as a whole.

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