More than 1,000 wiretapped conversations will be used as evidence in the trial for the “Titanic” case led by the Special Prosecutor’s Office, ruled the Appellate Court in Skopje.

The decision of the Appellate Court followed yesterday’s public session in court, where the appeal was discussed, after the the Criminal Court on October 20th, dismissed the wiretapped conversations, i.e the “bombs” as evidence for this case.

Former interior and transport ministers, Gordana Jankuloska and Mile Janakieski, accused in the case, say they are victims of wiretapping and demanded that the”bombs” not be used as evidence, as legal uncertainty would be created.

The “Titanic” case refers to election irregularities, and in addition to Jankuloska and Janakieski, former Prime Minister and current leader of VMRO-DPMNE, Nikola Gruevski, former chief of his cabinet, Martin Protoger, former secretary general of the government and VMRO-DPMNE, Kiril Bozhinovski, and fifteen others also stand accused.