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Emanuil Yordanov, former interior minister: Minister Valentin Radev’s resignation after Botevgrad case would not solve the problems in the system

Emanuil Yordanov, former interior minister: Minister Valentin Radev’s resignation after Botevgrad case would not solve the problems in the system

11 June 2018 | 12:11 | FOCUS News Agency
Sofia. After the case in Botevgrad, the Ministry of Interior has been the most criticised although the state is a whole working in sync, former interior minister Emanuil Yordanov said in an interview with Focus Radio. He said that the criminogenic situation was the result of the overall situation in the country. The interior ministry, in particular, was affected by long years of experiments within its system with a vague purpose and no results, he said. Yordanov was certain that a potential resignation of the minister would not solve the problems. In his opinion, the problems in the Ministry of Justice, including the absence of any idea about a judicial reform, add to the interior ministry’s problems. He argued for a serious control over fund spending in the interior ministry’s system and a review of its staff policy. Emanuil Yordanov also said that he was sceptical about the outcome of the search for the other escaped prisoner, Radoslav Kolev.
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