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Motive for chilling murder of businessman unclear

The motives for the murder of businessman Christos Gialias, who was shot dead and then torched in his car by unidentified gunmen a few meters away from his house in the West Attica suburb of Mandra on Wednesday afternoon, remain unclear, although the latest scenario being examined is that the case is linked to differences between the victim and his former business partner.

Whoever does not report to the army will be sanctioned

However, that would only be the beginning because a public debate will follow, and in the end, the decision must be made by the National Assembly because a change in the law is also necessary.
"We will explain to the president why we believe that the suspension of mandatory military service should be abolished," Minister Milo Vuevi said earlier.

Bulgaria’s President: The quick Election of Sarafov raises doubts that the Parliamentary Parties are "Looking to Appoint their Guy”

President Rumen Radev commented after the opening of the three-day "Green Week 2023" forum on the election of Borislav Sarafov as acting chief prosecutor in place of the removed Ivan Geshev.

According to President Rumen Radev, the quick election of Sarafov raises doubts that the parliamentary parties "are looking to appoint their own guy".

Finally: Bulgaria’s President issued a Decree for the Release of Prosecutor General Ivan Geshev

With its decree on the basis of Art. 129, paragraph 3, item 5 of the Constitution, President Rumen Radev dismissed Ivan Geshev from the position of Chief Prosecutor of the Republic of Bulgaria.

This was announced by the press office of the head of state.

Bulgaria’s President Vetoed the Separation of the Investigation from the Prosecution

President Rumen Radev returned for a new discussion in the National Assembly paragraphs 3-10 of the Law on Amendments and Supplements to the Law on the Judiciary, adopted by the 49th National Assembly on June 2, 2023, reports the press center of the head of state.

Radev: I don't expect the Kiss between Borissov and Petkov to give Birth to anything other than Disgust

"Against the background of the war in Ukraine, the growing tension in Kosovo, the problems in energy, in connectivity, in the future of our continent, an important topic in my talks will be the question of the shaken trust and the shaken European perspective of Bulgaria after the shameful recordings of the National Council of 'We Continue the Change' and the subsequent confessions of the le

Bulgaria’s President handed over the Second Mandate to WCC-DB and Demonstrated his Displeasure

President Rumen Radev handed over the second exploratory mandate for forming a government to the second largest parliamentary party - the coalition "We Continue the Change-Democratic Bulgaria" (WCC-DB). Atanas Atanasov from DB told the president to instruct Acad. Nikolay Denkov to propose a cabinet composition to be submitted to the National Assembly for a vote.