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Commenting article: Ban on Beach Camping 'Unconstitutional', Bulgaria President Says

Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev will refer a ban on beach camping adopted by MPs to the constitutional court, his press office has said.

While welcoming sections of the law regulating construction and usage of the Black Sea coastline which will help save "the few beaches with preserved nature", Plevneliev cannot accept fines introduced for putting tents or parking on beaches, according to the statements.

Early in March, a Parliament vote which outlawed beach camping sparked street protests in Bulgaria's capital Sofia.

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Ivailo Ivanov - 13 Mar 2016 // 11:38:20

The Beach ban comes from very insignificant local lobbyists.. Plevneliev can afford to interfere not fearing that his promoters from the Sorosoid government will be offended. But he will never interfere against the international food chains in BG .. for example.

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