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Commenting article: Bulgarian Ethnic Turkish Party Demands International Probe in Attack against Dogan

The leadership of Movement for Rights and Freedoms, DPS, will demand an international probe in the attack on the life of Ahmed Dogan, Bulgarian ethnic Turkish leader and DPS honorary Chairman.

The statement was made by the new leader of DPS, Lyutvi Mestan, at the official emergency press conference of the party in the capital Sofia Sunday afternoon.

"The main goal of the investigation would be to focus on finding out who was the political mastermind of this attack. The authorities are working on the lead that this was an individual action of a criminal. We know why this is being done; we know that this is a huge stain on Bulgaria's image. We are alarmed as are all institutions in the country, but we will not erase the stain by replacing the truth, but by revealing the truth. I strongly doubt that this would be of the competency and strength of Bulgarian authorities," Mestan said outraged.

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#1
Simple Truth - 20 Jan 2013 // 16:12:42

This whole thing was staged by DPS themselves,trying to put a stain on Bulgaria.If they don't like Bulgaria,they can all go back to Turkey where they belong in first place.

#2
Rat - 20 Jan 2013 // 16:21:52

Yeah, just what a poor country like Bulgaria should do! Spend money investigating a hoax perpetrated on one of the richest men in Bulgaria. (Who stole the money form the people of BG). If they want an "International Investigation", let Dogan pay for it!

#3
sa-sha - 20 Jan 2013 // 20:36:09

International Probe!? OK!!! And let that "probe" to be extended on checking the legitimacy of DPS existence.

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