Nikolay Popov, who has been stripped of his right to access classified information over suspected ties with drug dealers, is going to be the acting Director of the Bulgarian Customs Agency.
The site OFFNews writes Monday that Popov is replacing Borislav Borisov, who is now on paid leave.
According to the publication, Borisov has been appointed at the post since last Wednesday, but the Finance Ministry is purposely concealing the information because those in power have another favorite for the position....
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