Bulgaria's President Rumen Radew has called on the government of his country because of "mafia-like" Conduct to the resignation. "The Mafia character of the government has moved to Bulgarians of all ages and of different political currents, to demand respect for the law," said Radew on Saturday night in a televised address. Thus, the head of state responded to the search of his offices, for he makes the conservative Prime Minister Boiko Borisov responsible.
In the Wake of the raids were arrested on Thursday an Anti-corruption officer and a security adviser to the President for interviews with festival. Their offices were. in the framework of two different calculation procedures because of corruption and because of the betrayal of state secrets, searched In Protest against the raids of thousands of people in the capital, Sofia went on the road. At the Demonstration, there were 18 arrests, two protesters and four police officers were injured.Updated Date: 12 July 2020, 01:19