Special Prosecutor Katica Janeva, who initiated dozens of criminal cases exclusively against VMRO-DPMNE officials thus paving the way for the SDSM party takeover of power, evaluated her work at 110, on a scale of 1 to 10.

The apparently self-satisfied prosecutor was asked by a journalist whether she considers the ranking realistic, but she said she stands by her grade.

Her office was created as part of the political crisis talks in 2015, and was quickly staffed with prosecutors affiliated with the SDSM party. Her one-sided approach to investigating the creation, spreading and content of the wiretaps that the SDSM party used to assume power eroded trust in the Macedonian judiciary, as seen in recent polls. Most of the members of Parliament she charged are in the process of being cleared of charges in exchange for their votes to rename Macedonia, while a number of lesser defendants , who were not useful to SDSM as they were not members of Parliament, remain in detention.