Three judges were elected for the Criminal Court and three for the Civil Court in Skopje, no one applied for the smaller cities
The Criminal Court in Skopje and the Civil Court in Skopje each received three new judges who were elected at today's 455th session of the Judicial Council. The newly elected judges Liljana Milanova, Vlatko Sekovski and Nadica Mitreska will judge in the Criminal Court, and Irena Mitreska, Vlatko Sekovski and Sanja Tomic Velkovski in the Civil Court.
All newly elected judges are graduates of the Academy for Judges and Prosecutors who were not selected in the first announcement and a second announcement was made for them. With their election today, all graduated academics have been elected as judges, that is, with the two announcements, a total of 30 new ones have been elected, which is ten percent of the total number of judges in Macedonia.
The six young judges were elected with 11 votes "for" and no "against", plus 4 votes each from Badenter's majority.
In the second announcement, apart from the Skopje courts, judges were also wanted for the primary courts in Berovo, Delchevo, Kichevo, Krusevo, Kumanovo and Sveti Nikole, but not a single candidate applied for these positions.
The President of the Judicial Council, Sashko Georgievski, after the election, congratulated the newly elected judges, pointing out that a lot of work is expected from them as a new young generation, to help improve the promptness of the courts and good results.