BSP urges ruling majority to withdraw amendment to law on public procurements22 February 2018 | 13:57 | FOCUS News Agency
In a response, Tsvetan Tsvetanov from ruling party Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria (CEDB/GERB) said that the amendment would ensure the quick repair of any damage to the fence caused deliberately or as a result of some natural disaster. Otherwise, the repair might be delayed several months or half a year due to appeals and BSP would be criticising for ineffective border security, he added. Tsvetanov rejected allegations that the amendment would allow for corruption.
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28 February 2018 | 13:39 | FOCUS News Agencyпрочети затвори
Sofia. The Parliament approved on first reading amendments to the law on public procurement which exclude the contracts for maintenance of the border fence from the scope of the law, FOCUS News Agency reports. According to Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria (CEDB/GERB) and United Patriots, who proposed the amendments, this would ease the process of maintenance and speed up the repair of damage caused by natural phenomena. According to Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP), the amendments would exonerate the government from responsibility for the fence and the regional governors would be blamed for problems.Open in new tab