Bulgaria's Justice Minister, Margarita Popova, presented before the EU and the US Ambassadors to Sofia the cabinet's idea for reform of the judicial system.
The Spanish Ambassador, Jorge Fuentes, who is representing his country as the rotational President of the EU, said foreign diplomats were very interested in the judicial reform and in the collaboration between the Bulgarian Justice and Interior Ministries.
According to Fuentes, most questions from EU Ambassadors involved the proposed amendment of the Judicial Power Bill to subject all members of the Supreme Judicial Council (VSS) to security clearance, adding the diplomats have not yet reached a joint opinion if the change would lead to interference of the executive power in the work of magistrates....
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