The members of the State Committee for Corruption Prevention will return to work on Monday, as on Sunday their vacation ends, as was confirmed by the Committee for Meta.

The Anti-Corruption Committee was at the center of political clashes when VMRO-DPMNE’s MPs have filed a request from DKSK to state its opinion. The MPs claim that the parliamentary session for dismissal of Public Prosecutor Marko Zvrlevski, that was started on the 5th of July and is still ongoing, is in contradiction with article 8 of the Election code.

According to this article, starting from the day when a decision is made for calling in elections, a procedure for employing new people or procedures for firing people in state and public institutions cannot be started, and the started procedures are put to rest except in case of urgent and exigent matters, claims VMRO-DPMNE.The MPs claim that the point of Zvrlevski’s dismissal is not “urgent or exigent” and demand an opinion from the Anti-Corruption Committee.

According to the information that Meta has received from the Committee, it is possible that the people working in this Committee will reply to VMRO-DPMNE as earliest as Monday.

In the discussion at the 6th session at the Parliament for Zvrlevski’s dismissal, who was described as “one of the chief collaborators of Nikola Gruevski’s regime” by SDSM, when this party was an opposition party, the main discussion was led by VMRO-DPMNE’s MPs who claimed that Zvrlevski was a professional without a spot in his career in the last 30 years. SDSM only want to change him due to political reasons i.e. as a revenge because he started the “Putsch” and “Ransom” cases against the President of the Party. Zoran Zaev.