The Bulgarian Justice minister, Margarita Popova, has lashed out at politically supported crime and corruption which, she claimed, prevent the police from carrying out their obligations.
"In Bulgaria there are no trained modern investigative criminal police, and this is due to organized crime and corruption, which enjoy political support," she said in a Sunday interview on Bulgarian National Radio (BNR).
"I am asking, since 2001, when hundreds of thousands of euros were spent on twinning projects in order to begin construction of a modern criminal police force, why did it not happen, who blocks these ideas and these changes?" the minister asked....
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