Ivan Geshev

The Supreme Judicial Council Re-Elected Ivan Geshev as Prosecutor General of the Republic of Bulgaria

With 20 votes in favour and 4 against, the Plenum of the Supreme Judicial Council (SJC) re-elected Ivan Geshev as Prosecutor General of the Republic of Bulgaria, after President Rumen Radev rejected his candidacy on 7 November.

The SJC will Revote Ivan Geshev's Nomination for Bulgaria’s Chief Prosecutor on Thursday

The plenum of Bulgaria's Supreme Judicial Council (SJC) will hold a meeting on 14 November to vote again on the appointment of Ivan Geshev as chief prosecutor after President Rumen Radev refused to approve the decision and returned it to the SJC, said the SJC' press centre.

President Rumen Radev with a Statement on the New Attorney General's Decree

While everyone was waiting for Rumen Radev's decision to sign or not to appoint Ivan Geshev as Attorney General, the Head of State preferred to make a special statement in which he will to announce his decision.

Rumen Radev's statement will be given on "Dondukov" at exactly 5.05 pm.

The 1st Television Interview of Ivan Geshev After His Election as Chief Public Prosecutor

The SJC approved Ivan Geshev as the new  Chief Public Prosecutor. His candidacy was the only one for the post. The hearing began at 10 o'clock in the morning yesterday and lasted nearly 10 hours. He gave an interview specifically for BNT.

Many criticisms were heard as well as positive reviews about Geshev. Which critics he thinks are appropriate?

The SJC Submits to the President Today its Decision to Appoint a New Attorney General

The Supreme Judicial Council will send its decision on the election of a new chief prosecutor to President Rumen Radev, who must confirm the candidacy with a decree.

With 20 votes in favor and 4 against, Ivan Geshev was approved as the new Attorney General by the Plenum of the Supreme Judicial Council.

The Supreme Judicial Council Approved Ivan Geshev as Attorney General

The Supreme Judicial Council approved the nomination of Ivan Geshev as the next Attorney General. Twenty members of the Supreme Judicial Council voted in favour, four were against.

After the vote, Ivan Geshev was brief in his speech and thanked those who voted for him.

With 24 votes in favour, the SJC proposes to the President to issue a decree appointing Ivan Geshev.

Bomb Signal at the SJC Building

A bomb was reported at the SJC building during the hearing for the election of a new chief prosecutor. A male voice called a phone at the SJC and said there was a bomb in the building that would explode in 30 minutes.

The SJC plenum unanimously decided for the meaning to be continued by 23 votes.

I will try to finish the presentation before the bomb explodes, Ivan Geshev said.

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