- Friday, October 06, 2017 12:35 PM
Skopje, 6 October 2017 (MIA) - The Special Prosecutor's Office (SPO) is analyzing materials seized in yesterday's searches in the offices and homes of individuals suspected of disclosing official secrets, said Public Prosecutor Katica Janeva on Friday.
Asked if seized materials from former Criminal Court president Vladimir Pancevski showed leaking of information to President Gjorge Ivanov prior to his pardoning decision, Janeva said analyses is still ongoing.
"I cannot confirm anything for the time being because seized data is still analyzed. You will be duly informed", Janeva told reporters.
She said the homes of three suspects and a personal search of judge Pancevski had been carried out with police assistance.
"Seized materials will be submitted to the Office once the reports are completed", added Janeva.
Proceeding under a court order, SPO searched the offices of judge Vladimir Pancevski and confiscated data from the Automated Court Case Management and Information System (ACCMIS). ik/12:32
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