“The law prohibiting the publication and distribution of the materials which were a result of unlawful wire-tapping of communications, I submitted it for parliamentary procedure on October the 6th with no intention to undermine the negotiations or to cause any damage. I submitted it because the negotiations were going so well and they were expected to come to a finish and I thought that the next day along with the electoral law that this law will be passed”, Talat Xhaferi announced today in Parliament, one of the petitioners who contended the law on the moratorium of the “Bombs”.
He also said it would be up to the media to eliminate the materials from their websites when the law is adopted.
Asked why the whistle-blower law was not submitted jointly with the law on the moratorium on the “Bombs”, he said that the opposition took responsibility to prepare this bill.
After speculations yesterday appeared in the media, that if bill is not passes by October the 20th , he will not support the SDSM choices of ministers in the government, Mr Xhaferi replied that he did not want to speak hypothetically.