Minchev argued that the institutions do not have the capacity to crack down on organized crime, and that in the past 20 years the Interior has in fact served as a coordination center for organized crime.
Well,well- what do you know !! At last the skeletons are let out of the cupboard !
Corruption might not be a problem for Bulgarian officials, but it is for anybody else- not to mention EU officials and foreign investors.
Corruption is a culture in Bulgaria, not an isolated problem, and it goes hand in hand with organized crime. Very few have had the moral courage to speak out like these two analysts,but most people will agree and share their opinions.
At the center of most criminal offenses, corruption and organized crime we find policemen, prosecutors and interior officials and that is hardly by coincidence. The Bulgarian police force is completely rotten and corrupt, and certainly it serves as a coordination center for organized crime. Add the so-called security companies, which recruit their employees from former police men,and we have the full picture of an institut
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