Bulgaria's Ataka Leaving Constitutional Committee

Politics » DOMESTIC | June 3, 2015, Wednesday // 10:29
Bulgaria: Bulgaria's Ataka Leaving Constitutional Committee Ataka leader Volen Siderov (pictured), who has personally demanded the move, has not yet cited any reasons. Photo by BGNES

Nationalist Ataka party has demanded that the MP representing it in the Parliament Committee working on constitutional changes should leave the body.

Yavor Notev's nomination to enter it was put forward by Ataka last week, when the committee was set up last to debate on Justice Minister Hristo Ivanov's proposal for constitutional reform which he believes will pave the way for a more efficient and transparent judicial system.

Ivanov's proposal itself was unveiled last Friday.

Yavor Notev's nomination to enter the committee was put forward by Ataka last week.

The first Committee sitting is due on Wednesday at 16:00 local time.

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Tags: Ataka, Yavor Notev, constitutional committee, amendments, Hristo Ivanov, judicial reform
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