Macedonian opposition: Gruevski government eavesdropped on 20 000 citizens

Written by on February 9, 2015 in Europe - Comments Off on Macedonian opposition: Gruevski government eavesdropped on 20 000 citizens

The Macedonian opposition has published the first materials of the so-called “bombs” which include evidence and eavesdropping by the current government led by prime minister Nikola Gruevski.

The leader of the Macedonian Social Democratic Union (LSDM), Zoran Zaev said that Gruevski and head of secret services, Saso Mijalkov, had ordered the eavesdropping of more than 20 000 citizens. “Everyone has been eavesdropped, public personalities, politicians and opposition leaders, ministers and collaborators of Gruevski and Mijalkov, journalists, business people, religious clerics, public personalities, academics and many citizens. This is a monster process of the duo Gruevski-Mijalkov,” Zaev said.

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