VMRO-DPMNE’s leader Nikola Gruevski, and MP of the Parliament of Republic of Macedonia, who is accused in the “Titanic” case, the Special Prosecutor Office is seeking custody. Last Friday, he informed the Parliamentary Commission that he would give up his right to immunity, confirmed Parliament today.
Further more, the Commission is not competent to act upon this information, however, Gruevski has to submit a letter in writing and send it to Parliament Speaker, Talat Xhaferi.
Today, the court is expected to announce the rulings regarding the request for custody for Nikola Gruevski, Martin Protuger, Gordana Jankulovska, Mile Janakieski and Kiril Bozinovski. The rulings have already been decided. But, as the court informs, it will take time for it to be written and delivered to the accused, and then, they will announce it to the public.