The government and the prosecution in silence – is it the marijuana that connects Zaev and Peker?

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Following the video released by the controversial Turkish businessman Packer, in which he said that he was in the house of Prime Minister Zaev, the opposition does not stop asking questions to the government that still remain unanswered.

VMRO-DPMNE today demanded an answer from Zaev and the Government about what the Macedonian Prime Minister and the mobster Peker talked about.

The attempts of the Government to wash Zaev are useless, we all saw how Peker was given police security and escort with several vehicles from the Ministry of Interior. Sitting Packer and Zoran Zaev have one thing in common and the two are linked to narcotics. Did Zoran Zaev and Sedat Peker talk about the marijuana business, or maybe about another business or his entry into a business in Macedonia, VMRO-DPMNE asks.

The Government denies any meeting of Zaev with Packer who received a Macedonian passport with a foreign identity.

After the release of Peker’s video, Alfa asked for answers from the prosecution whether they would call Zaev for an informative conversation, because his name is mentioned in the mobster’s statement, but we did not receive an answer.

Some analysts say they do not expect the prosecution to expand the investigation, regardless of the video released.

First of all, we should keep in mind that unfortunately in the last 3-4 years, and from what little seemed like a public prosecutor’s office, we have created a political commission, which works according to the wishes of the government, the policy adopted by the ruling political party. “I do not expect this structure in the prosecution to expand the investigation to other officials from the Ministry of Interior and the Government who, according to all reasonable suspicions, had a great influence in this crime which was committed with legal Macedonian passports and identity documents,” Ljubomir Gjurchevski explained  for Alfa,  – retired superintendent, reports Alfa.