Gjoko Kotevski, director of the Shutka prison near Skopje, still hasn’t been dismissed despite a promise from Zoran Zaev that he will be removed as soon as the presidential elections are over.

Kotevski was supposed to be removed because he allowed the group of Albanian terrorists from the 2015 Kumanovo attack to run the prison, issue threats and political statements and, at one point, attack Mile Janakieski and Spiro Ristovski, two imprisoned former Ministers from VMRO-DPMNE.
Zaev’s spokesman Mile Bosnjakovski said that the resignation still hasn’t been processed by the Government.

Shutka is also the place where prison guards attacked political prisoner Jane Cento.