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Deputy PM Kuneva: “EU report on Bulgaria to be extremely critical”

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Bulgaria has remained as some island of non-happening things in the area of the judicial system and the one of justice as a whole, said Deputy Prime Minister for European Policies Coordination and Institutional Affairs Meglena Kuneva. The forthcoming in January new monitoring report of the EC won’t be good, it will be extremely critical. At the same time it will be the second positive judicial report for Romania, Kuneva went on to say.

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