No progress was made Monday at a working meeting of the government and the opposition over the new law on the public prosecution, which will be debated by MPs at a session on Tuesday, Justice Minister Renata Deskoska stated Monday.

After today’s meeting of the working groups in the Parliament, Desksoka said the key difference remains, which is the status of the SPO cases.

The authorities, as she said, say the SPO should merge with the Prosecutor’s Office for Organized Crime and Corruption, and the ongoing cases by special prosecutors should continue to be processed.