Five members of Macedonia’s state anti-corruption Commission have stepped down because of an unfolding spending scandal.
The latest three resignations came on Wednesday after two other members, including the head of the commission, stepped down earlier this week. Parliament still has to formally accept the resignations.
The seven-member body now has only two members left.
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