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Mickoski says he knows the Interior Ministry is following him, must’ve also known where Gruevski is

Regarding the way in which Nikola Gruevski was able to leave the country and seek political asylum in Hungary, VMRO-DPMNE leader Hristijan Mickoski said that it is clear that the Interior Ministry is following all oppositions leaders, including himself, and it is a mystery how come the police didn’t know where Gruevski is.

– I have direct testimonies from these institutions telling me that they keep an accurate account of all my movements. I see no reason why they wouldn’t know where Gruevski is at any given moment. Regardless of the way in which the judiciary works, he was sentenced to two years in prison. I call on Interior Minister Oliver Spasovski to put an end to this reality show he is producing for us. The Government needs to reveal to motives and the helpers involved in this event, Mickoski said.

On the court cases against Nikola Gruevski, Mickoski said that he was a victim of political persecution.
– I met with him, we discussed everything that is being done to him, and both he and I see it as political persecution. We spoke before the Appeals Court confirmed his sentence and the Parliament met to discuss revoking his mandate, and I had no indication he intends to leave the country, Mickoski said.