The Constitutional Court has accepted the initiative for Amnesty for electoral fraud


With 5 votes “for” and 4 “against”, the Constitutional Court has accepted the initiative for the President to pardon people who have been convicted of electoral fraud. The Court today discussed the initiative for assessing the constitutionality and legality of the Amnesty Law.
The opinion of the judges over this legislation was divided, some thought no changes should be made, while others thought it was necessary.
Some of the judges of the trial requested this item be postponed to the next session, but the request was denied.
The Constitutional Court is composed of nine judges, and decisions are made by a majority vote by the judges.
The proposed changes come at a time when the Special Prosecutor’s Office launched an investigation against eight people suspected of electoral fraud, including former ministers Mile Janakieski and Gordana Jankuloska, General Secretary Kiril Bozinovski and Mayor of Pustec Edmond Temelko.

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