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Gruevski did not appear to serve his sentence

The investigative prison "Skopje" informed the Skopje Criminal Court today that the MP and former Macedonian Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski did not voluntarily apply for serving the sentence within the legal deadline.

Skopje criminal court reported to the local media that after several unsuccessful attempts since Friday,  they will try to give Gruevski a ruling again today.
A former Macedonian prime minister has lost his final appeal of a court decision sentencing him to two years in prison over corruption-related charges.
A panel of judges at the Skopje criminal court on November 9 rejected Nikola Gruevski's appeal after "reviewing all the facts and evidence" in the case, the panel said in a statement.
It was not immediately clear whether Gruevski intended to hand himself in to authorities to serve the sentence. His lawyers have petitioned the Supreme Court for a retrial.
The former leader of the conservative main opposition party VMRO-DPMNE was sentenced in May to two years in prison for unlawfully influencing Interior Ministry officials over the purchase of a luxury vehicle at an estimated cost of 600,000 euros.
He was ordered to present himself at Skopje's Shuto Orizari prison on November 8, but submitted a last-minute appeal.
The 48-year-old politician, who served as prime minister from 2006 to 2016 and is still a VMRO lawmaker, had requested that the prison sentence be deferred, citing his parliamentary duties.
VMRO leader Hristijan Mickoski condemned the court decision, claiming that Macedonia's judiciary is "absolutely" under the control of the Socialist-led government.

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