The Albanian opposition demands an answer from the authorities as to whether Ljupco Palevski is involved in the organization of the "Monstrum" case
The European Union for Change today asked the authorities for an answer as to whether Ljupco Palevski, the suspect in the murder of Vanja Gjorchevska from Skopje and Pance Žezhovski from Veles, is involved in the "Monstrum" case, which refers to the murders at Smilkovo Lake.
- The recent tragic events with the murder of the 14-year-old girl and the 74-year-old man from Velesha open additional doubts about the acts that the main suspect for the organization of the act, Ljupco Palevski, known by the nickname Palco, was also involved in other fabricated cases. When the Minister of Internal Affairs, Oliver Spasovski, stated that the main suspect who committed Vanya's murder, as well as his collaborators, worked for powerful anti-Western centers, then it is logical to suspect that the same organizers of Vanya's murder are also involved in the organization of the "Monstrum" case, where five young men were killed in a gruesome manner. And all this, on the eve of religious holidays, in order to cause destabilization of society through inter-ethnic tensions. Therefore, the European Union for Change asks the Ministry of Internal Affairs and judicial investigative bodies to come out and publicly inform the public where Ljupco Palevski - Palco was on April 24, 2012, the day when the fabricated "Monstrum" case happened? – the parties from the European Union ask for changes.
On the other hand, they add, they request that the Ministry of the Interior and the Ministry of Justice do not tire the public with statements explaining the extradition procedures, but rather investigate and specify the day when the main suspect for organizing the murder of Vanja and Panche.
The European Union for Change coalition includes the parties from the Albanian opposition Democratic Movement, Besa and Alternativa.