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Bulgaria’s Prosecutor’s Office suspends contacts with Presidency

Bulgaria’s Prosecutor’s Office announced that with a view to strong adherence to the principle of separation of powers, it suspends any contacts with the Presidency other than formal written correspondence. Bulgaria’s Prosecutor General Ivan Geshev took this decision, in order to avoid any doubts and attempts to influence the institution. The suspension of contacts will continue until the Constitutional Court specifies to what extent the President’s immunity extended to what constitutes “treason” and “violation of the constitution”. On January 28 the Prosecutor’s Office of Bulgaria found data of a high degree of probability of President Rumen Radev’s involvement in criminal activity.


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