Peevski: Hristo Ivanov Drank Greasy Turkish Coffee In My Office And Sat On My Lap Until The Constitution Was Done!

The chairman of the DPS parliamentary group, Delyan Peevski, accused the co-chairman of "We Continue the Change - Democratic Bulgaria" (WCC-DB), Hristo Ivanov, of wanting to impose his personnel in the prosecutor's office. In his words, Ivanov wanted to impose the candidacy of "his partner Andrey Yankulov for chief prosecutor and Sava Petrov for deputy chief prosecutor".

Peevski stated that he had personally refused Hristo Ivanov "the deal that he offered me in my office", clarifying that by deal he meant the understanding of how to elect the Supreme Prosecutor's Council.

"Hristo Ivanov and the oligarchs behind him want to take the prosecutor's office. The battle is for the Anti-Corruption Commission and the prosecutor's office. The oligarchy wants to control the state," Peevski said.

The deputy was visibly angry at the proposal in the memorandum that the nominations in the regulators be distributed equally between GERB and "We Continue the Change - Democratic Bulgaria", respecting the principle that they should not be prominent political figures. "There were good talks about the constitution, how everything will be transparent, how the Venice Commission will say which regulators should be with 160 votes. But Hristo Ivanov lied when he said that we should not put the regulators, but only arrange in the Constitution that there can be regulators, to be decided by another majority with legislation, which is not happening at the moment. It is logical, when there are certain parliamentary groups - governing, opposition, supporting - that the regulators be regulators and be for the whole country, and not be divided 50 to 50," Peevski pointed out.

With the changes in the Constitution since the end of last...

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