The Bulgarian Parliament's Legal Committee decided Friday to start a new procedure to elect and appoint a constitutional judge from the parliamentary quota.
On Thursday, controversial supreme magistrate, Veneta Markovska, elected to become one of the two new constitutional judges from the parliamentary quota, was prevented from taking the oath of office by Bulgarian President, Rosen Plevneliev, who left the ceremony, thus blocking her appointment.
The President left at the moment Markovska had to be sworn in. He delivered an address to the new members of the Constitutional Court, but left the hall when it was Markovska's turn to take the oath....
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