No changes in terms of overcoming the differences between the government and the opposition over the law on the Public Prosecutor’s Office, Justice Minister Renata Deskoska said Wednesday following a new round of talks on key issues in judicial reform.

It is not acceptable for the Ministry of Justice to introduce a provision in the law that would imply a hidden amnesty, Descoska said at the Marriott Hotel, where a conference on combating corruption should be held.

The main differences are the future status and functioning of the SPO, the fate of the proceedings that have already begun and the use of evidence, ie the two parties argue the most about Article 105 of the law that regulates the continuation of the proceedings and the fate of the evidence from the wiretapped conversations.

The agreement on this law is one of the conditions for obtaining a positive report from the European Commission.

The next meeting of the working groups is scheduled for Friday.