The Special Public Prosecution has changed its mind about the request for freezing VMRO-DPMNE’s headquarters, reports TV24.

Last week, SPO filed an application to the Supreme Court where it withdrew the request for the protection of the legality with which it demanded the revaluation of the basis of the decisions made by the Criminal Court that were used for the rejections of their request for freezing VMRO-DPMNE’s property including the party’s central headquarters.

After SPO has filed the application, the Supreme Court decided to reject the initial request for freezing VMRO-DPMNE’s property, and the decision was published on the court’s website.

As part of the investigation in the “Talir” case, that refers to the illegal financing of the party, SPO demanded a freezing of VMRO-DPMNE’s property. Even though this prosecution didn’t manage to close the investigation until the deadline for filing charges, SPO announced that they will continue to investigate how did the party gain such property. 11 persons were under investigation among which the former Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski.