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Durlovski and Vlado Jovanovski charged with same crime as Divo Naselje defendants – terrorism

Actor Vlado Jovanovski, opera singer Igor Durlovski, activist Goran Angelov -Kjoseto, director Boris Damovski, MPs Krsto Mukovski, Ljuben Arnaudov, Zaklina Peshevska and other twenty-eight suspects in connection to the April 27 events in the Parliament – are more dangerous for the Macedonian society than the Kosovo terrorists who provoked an armed clash with the Macedonian police in Divo Naselje, which resulted in eight dead police officers, estimates the basic public prosecutor’s office.

Republika made a comparison between the crime that the Divo Naselje defendants are accused of and the crime that the lawmakers and patriots who stormed the Parliament on April 27 are accused of.

The Divo Naslje defendants are facing terrorism charges, for which Article 394-a provides a minimum sentence of 8 years in prison.

On the other hand, the crime for which the suspects in the 27 April events are charged with by the basic public prosecutor’s office is “terrorist endangerment to the constitutional order and security”, for which Article 313 of the Criminal Code provides a prison sentence of at least 10 years.

In the Divo Naselje case, which the basic public prosecutor’s office is treating as a minor crime than the April 27 events, there were eight killed police officers, in contrast to the events of April 27, when there were wounded MPs for whom thugs are serving a prison sentence.

None of the detained persons charged today with “terrorist endangerment to the constitutional order and security” has participated in any violence in the Parliament.