What kind of budget advice will the plagiarist Leonid Nakov and his protector Predrag Trpeski give to Kovacevski, the opposition VMRO-DPMNE asks after Prime Minister Dimitar Kovacevski announced that he will add the professors from the Faculty of Economics Leonid Nakov and Predrag Trpeski to the list of advisors.

Leonid Nakov is a professor accused of plagiarism by Filip Fidanoski, School of Economics, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. University ranked in the top 50 best in the world. Nakov, whom Kovacevski appoints as his advisor, used Fidanoski’s scientific work and did not sign it during its publication. Nakov admits plagiarism, but does not correct it. Predrag Trpeski is the dean of the Faculty of Economics where Nakov is a full time professor during the plagiarism, who does not sanction him after the letter to him from the author of the paper Fidanoski, who is a victim of the plagiarist Nakov. What can a plagiarist and his protector advise Kovacevski and what is the criterion for choosing advisers to the Prime Minister? Does the candidate have to be part of some affair in order to be elected adviser, so that the level in SDSM does not fall, the opposition party asks.