Special Public Prosecutor Katica Janeva expects to find a solution within a short period of time to extend the deadline for filing charges and announced that in the period that follows, the SPO will continue to open investigations into other wiretapped conversations that result in criminal offenses.

This, Janeva stated from Ohrid, where she os participating in the first edition of the Ohrid School of Natural Science on the topic “Democracy and rule of law”, which is held this week in the scientific and artistic center “Uranija” in Ohrid, and is organized by MANU and the US Embassy in Macedonia.

She said that the SPO will bring public prosecution decisions next week to most of the investigations they have opened so for and that in some cases the investigation will be stopped and in others charges will be brought.

When asked how much of the wiretapped material have been processed so far, the Special Prosecutor said more than half of the material remain, or 55% , for work, and there are many conversations between journalists and conversations in “different languages”.