Bulgaria Agriculture Minister, Miroslav Naydenov, has stated that the six investigated officials from the State Fund ‘Agriculture’ are under suspicion of working for an organized criminal group.
Naydenov, who is on a working visit to Berlin, told reporters that the investigation was taken over from the Management of the Fund by prosecutors, as it involved the search for illegal documents at the homes of the SFA officials.
Unofficial alleged information suggested that Velin Velev, the head of negotiations at the SFA, was fired Wednesday, after being revealed as one of the 6 investigated officials, all of whom allegedly worked in the EU Program for Rural Development and SAPARD department of the Fund....
Taking mutri to court is ineffectual. They never end up in prison. Bulgaria has to apply the only lash that really stings--economic reprisal. Take away their ill-gotten gains. They should be easy to spot--mutri are vulgar and exhibit disgusting lack or taste and breeding.
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