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Problem lies with Bulgaria people’s future: Bulgaria without Censorship leader addressing CEDB chair

Problem lies with Bulgaria people’s future: Bulgaria without Censorship leader addressing CEDB chair

28 August 2014 | 18:53 | FOCUS News Agency
Sofia. "Problem does not lie with our personal past but with the future of the people," said Nikolay Barekov, leader of the Bulgaria without Censorship party, in response to what Boyko Borisov posted on Thursday in a social network, the press centre of Bulgaria without Censorship announced.
"As an honest citizen I complied with my duties and I handed all the documents connected with the past of Boyko Borisov to the competent institutions. As regards the premature joy of a former premier over being granted another indulgence by the authorities I state the "battle between Barekov and Borisov" will go to a qualitatively new level in view of my candidature [to become Bulgarian MP] in Plovdiv multi-seat electoral constituency," Barekov commented.
In his words, his qualitative "battle" with Borisov has never been based on personal matters but on political ones. [...]
"Borisov’s past is no longer a topic of a conversation. The topic is the bad way of governing of the CEDB and the practices they passed in Bulgarian politics," Barekov commented.

FOCUS News Agency recalls:
In an interview with a weekend morning programme of Nova TV in July, Bulgaria without Censorship leader Nikolay Barekov claimed that leader of the Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria (CEDB) Boyko Borisov was connected with the former secret service (DS) and other services.
“For more than 30 years he has been prepared for important posts in the state, as well as to realise a concrete mission. I have documents to prove it and I will give them to the court but the whole thing involves other key figures of the transition period and that is why I will give them to the Prosecutor’s Office, too,” Barekov said.
“In 2002 the National Investigation Service received a letter that informs that Mr Borisov as an illegal associate to this service refuses to work for it because he occupies a high-ranking post – secretary general of the interior ministry.
When leading officers try to talk to him, he had said that the talks could be held only on the level of head of the National Investigation Service and they should address then president Georgi Parvanov, and then prime minister Simeon Saxe-Coburg-Gotha,” Barekov said further.
According to Barekov, the signal described how Borisov, in his capacity of a secretary general, “swept away into the archives of the interior ministry the tracks of his criminal past. He also cleans the archives of the former State Security Service (DS) from the files of certain political figures”.
Barekov also claimed that Borisov had been involved in a drug trafficking channel and allocation of the cocaine territories.
The document presented by Barekov showed that in 1999 the interior ministry reported one and the same people in several operations connected with drugs. The document shown by Barekov, however, was dated 1998 but it wrote about a meeting held in the next 1999.
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Falseness of Nikolay Barekov’s slanders, lies proved: Bulgaria’s CEDB chair

Falseness of Nikolay Barekov’s slanders, lies proved: Bulgaria’s CEDB chair

28 August 2014 | 16:49 | FOCUS News Agency
Sofia. ”Falseness of latest slanders and lies of [Bulgaria without Censorship leader] Nikolay Barekov has been proved,” posted on Facebook Boyko Borisov, leader of the Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria (CEDB) party.
Borisov says the documents Barekov showed in public had been manipulated and the slanders against him [Borisov] aimed only at discrediting him and ruining his prestige.

FOCUS News Agency recalls:
In an interview with a weekend morning programme of Nova TV in July, Bulgaria without Censorship leader Nikolay Barekov claimed that leader of the Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria (CEDB) Boyko Borisov was connected with the former secret service (DS) and other services.
“For more than 30 years he has been prepared for important posts in the state, as well as to realise a concrete mission. I have documents to prove it and I will give them to the court but the whole thing involves other key figures of the transition period and that is why I will give them to the Prosecutor’s Office, too,” Barekov said.
“In 2002 the National Investigation Service received a letter that informs that Mr Borisov as an illegal associate to this service refuses to work for it because he occupies a high-ranking post – secretary general of the interior ministry.
When leading officers try to talk to him, he had said that the talks could be held only on the level of head of the National Investigation Service and they should address then president Georgi Parvanov, and then prime minister Simeon Saxe-Coburg-Gotha,” Barekov said further.
According to Barekov, the signal described how Borisov, in his capacity of a secretary general, “swept away into the archives of the interior ministry the tracks of his criminal past. He also cleans the archives of the former State Security Service (DS) from the files of certain political figures”.
Barekov also claimed that Borisov had been involved in a drug trafficking channel and allocation of the cocaine territories.
The document presented by Barekov showed that in 1999 the interior ministry reported one and the same people in several operations connected with drugs. The document shown by Barekov, however, was dated 1998 but it wrote about a meeting held in the next 1999.

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