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Commenting article: Bulgarian Prosecution to Demand Permanent Arrest for Two Nationalist MPs

The Bulgarian Prosecutor's Office will demand a permanent arrest for the two nationalist Ataka MPs, who are accused of hooliganism.

This was announced by Rumyana Arnaudova, spokesperson of Chief Prosecutor Sotir Tsatsarov, in an interview for private NOVA TV station on Thursday.

Arnaudova added that the two MPs will be summoned as defendants on Thursday and will be immediately detained for 72 hours.

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Tania Oz - 13 Nov 2015 // 03:07:19

It\'s about time that this has happened. Siderov is a violent thug and bully with extreme mental issues; and he has always deemed himself immune from responsibility, for his consistently out of order behaviour on many levels. Highlighting what he\'s been up to in the last month is only a fraction of the long list of his questionable actions over the years. I\'m still baffled as to why he was never pulled up or suffered any penalties at all, for walking the streets and into the Parliament Chamber with a pistol strapped to him? Only a lunatic would do that. Why was he allowed to get away with it and why wasn\'t it addressed at the time? Lock up this deranged \"politician\" who has a short fuse and is trigger happy.

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