Each school student should be handed an iPhone due to the intensive development of mobile technologies, Bulgarian MEP Barekov said while unveiling his program.
Presenting his party's platform ahead of the early vote on March 26, Barekov pointed to that as the only socio-economic promise he would make for the election.
At its regular meeting on Wednesday, the Bulgarian government adopted a draft law on the prevention of corruption and forfeiture of illegally acquired property.
The bill foresees the creation of united anti-corruption body - national bureau for prevention of corruption and forfeiture of illegally acquired property.
Interior minister: Vucic takes and passes polygraph test
Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic was questioned on Sunday at his own request and passed a polygraph test, Nebojsa Stefanovic has announced.
The interior minister also told a news conference in Belgrade that "new proof has emerged that the whole scandal surrounding prime minister was fake and rigged."
Democratic Party leader Bojan Pajtic was on Monday questioned by the police, and refused to take a lie detector test, according to Tanjug.
It was announced earlier that the police will take his statement as a citizens, on the request of the prosecutor, in order to collect information in pre-trial proceedings.
Serbian Interior Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic and Aleksandar Djordjevic, head of the Serbian Security Agency, BIA, denied on Wednesday any involvement in unlawful wiretapping, following claims by opposition leader Bojan Pajtic that his telephone calls had been intercepted.
Stefanovic said he was ready to resign if there is evidence that police had wiretapped the opposition leader.