POLICE WITH CRIMINAL CHARGES AGAINST FFM SECRETARY GENERAL
Macedonian Police pressed criminal charges against Lazar Mitrovski, Secretary General of the Football Federation of Macedonia (FFM) for suspected use of forged university diploma during his electing in 2003.
The Police also announced that Mitrovski is suspected to have destroyed the forged diploma last year, in fear of being discovered.
According to the Police, these actions of Mitrovski are criminal offenses "Forging an official document" and "Forging or destroying business documentation".
The investigation determined that in 2003 Mitrovski was appointed to the position Secretary General of FFM with a forged diploma from the Electro-Technical Faculty of Sarajevo University. University education was one of the conditions that the candidates had to meet to become Secretary General of the Federation.
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