Darko Kaevski from SDSM voted yesterday for the admission of Kosovo to the Council of Europe. He was one of the most prominent members of the SDSM. He was the spokesperson and director of the Agency for Youth and Sports. Kaevski is also an Albanian son-in-law. His wife is the daughter of Albert Musliu, a political analyst who in public appearances defends the policies of the government, especially DUI as the main party.
Kaevski’s brother-in-law is Petrit Musliu, a consul in Chicago who a few months ago behaved arrogantly with Macedonians who came to ask about the procedure for a new passport.