Today the Inquiry Commission will decide who the first witnesses will be for the wiretapping case


Today members of the Inquiry Commission on the wire-tapping scandal were told they should bring a full briefing of the work plan tothe committee and to submit a lists of nominees that will have to testify about wire-tapping conversations.

The meetings of the Inquiry Committee will be transferred directly to the parliamentary channel, except if there is a plenary session. In that case, it shall be replayed later on.

Neither the committee chairman, Petre Shilegov from the SDSM nor Antonio Milososki, the representative of VMRO-DPMNE, do not expect to have any obstructions in the work of the commission.

Milososki hopes that despite the delay in the information of the committee by the end of January a prepared a report will be ready of the work.

No-one from the VMRO-DPMNE, nor the SDSM have revealed which people will be the first witnesses.

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