- Monday, July 17, 2017 1:01 PM
Skopje, 17 July 2017 (MIA) - A Skopje court announced on Monday its decisions following the appeals of 10 people charged in cases of the Special Public Prosecution (SPO).
The Appellate Court in Skopje has rejected the appeals of those indicted as being groundless.
A court in Skopje had ordered that passports be seized from ex-deputy prime minister Vladimir Pesevski, TV journalist Dragan Pavlovic - Latas, and his two brothers, and former director of a public enterprise. Another five people indicted in cases of the SPO have their passports seized.
Earlier, an appeal of journalist Ivona Talevska has been rejected as well as the appeals of the accused in the case codenamed Torture, including law-enforcement officials. ba/12:59
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