In today’s session, the Anti-corruption Commission began three procedures: for a Deputy Prime Minister, for a mayor and the President of the Supreme Court.

The Anti-corruption Commission opened a procedure for the hydro-power plant “Topolki”, where one of the owners is the Deputy Prime Minister Kocho Angjushev through the firm “Fero Invest”, while his brother Todor Angjushev is the manager. It will be investigated how the land in Drenovo ended up in their hands.

Procedures for the purchase of the “Audi” for the mayor of Struga, Ramiz Merko, as well as the “BMW” for the Supreme court. At the session, it was emphasised that the purchase of the cars, the first worth 67.000 euros, and the second 40.000 euros, was done in time when the Government made a decision to financially help the municipalities who have debts, including Struga, whose debt is 4 million euros.

The Anti-corruption Commission on the basis of the complaints by VMRO-DPMNE opened procedures for the Prime Minister Zoran Zaev regarding the cases “Global” and “Potkup”, for which there were court verdicts. Procedures were opened for the so-called “Bulgarian firms of Zaev” and “Greek firms of Manchevski”.