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Angel Slavchev expelled from Bulgaria without Censorship, to face the court

Angel Slavchev expelled from Bulgaria without Censorship, to face the court

20 July 2014 | 15:14 | FOCUS News Agency
Burgas. Former deputy chairperson of Bulgaria without Censorship party, Angel Slavchev, who sent an open letter to the media today to announce that he had decided to resign as deputy chairperson and leave Bulgaria without censorship, has been officially expelled from the party.
Bulgaria without Censorship leader Nikolay Barekov announced the news at the sitting of party’s executive council in the Bulgarian coastal city of Burgas, Radio FOCUS – Burgas announced.
Barekov added that the decision to expel Slavchev would be also upheld at the sitting of the Control Council though today’s decision was official and legal enough.
Speaking at a press conference after the sitting, Barekov said that after the elections Angel Slavchev “went underground and his membership in the party was absolutely formal”. Slavchev himself preferred to distance himself from the inter-party processes.
Barekov commented further that “he was covering his head with ashes at the moment”, since he was the one to bring Slavchev into Bulgaria without Censorship.
“I got him from the street. I pushed him into politics. I pointed him the way in his life. I took care of him as if he was a child although the entire party was against this,” Barekov said further.
“What he wrote about us today is absolutely inexplicable and unacceptable. The letter is full of slanders, lies, manipulations and suggestions, which can be refuted,” the politician added and declared that he would initiate a lawsuit against Slavchev.
Bulgaria without Censorship member Stefan Kenov said that he would sue Slavchev, too, since he was affected by the letter, which was full of lies.
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Deputy chair of Bulgaria without Censorship leaves party

Deputy chair of Bulgaria without Censorship leaves party

20 July 2014 | 11:20 | FOCUS News Agency
Sofia. Angel Slavchev, deputy chairperson of Bulgaria without Censorship party, has handed in his resignation as deputy chair and leaves the party. Slavchev also withdraws his trust placed in party’s leader Nikolay Barekov.
The politician announced the news in an open letter sent to the media and published on his official website.
“I made the decision to part with Nikolay Barekov and Bulgaria without Censorship because I do not want for the thousands of the followers and supporters of Civil Control and me to legitimise the fake image of this “big” fighter against the injustice and the political mafia [referring to Barekov].
Honour and dignity are more valuable than any backstairs bargains.
The Civil Control Movement, which I chair, contributed for Bulgaria without Censorship to become popular by attracting 15,000 people within this party’s structure.
Next week I will officially call all leaders of the movement throughout the country to make a survey among our members and supporters and make their own decision on whether to stay part of this political subject [Bulgaria without Censorship] that services someone else’s interests,” the open letter says.
Further in the letter Slavchev claims that Barekov is not the real leader of the party and that he is simply “a puppet launched and mastered by MP with the Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF), Delyan Peevski”.
He says further that Barekov has close ties with the MRF and has been trying to exert pressure on him through threats.
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