Supreme Judicial Council

    • Bulgaria approves six European Delegated Prosecutors

      Bulgaria approves six European Delegated Prosecutors

      Meeting on Friday, the 11-member Prosecutors Chamber of the Supreme Judicial Council approved six European Delegated Prosecutors (EDPs) from Bulgaria after two days of hearings of all applicants for the position. A total of 23 Bulgarian magistrates (6 judges, 15 prosecutors and 2 investigating magistrates) applied for the position.

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    • Judge of the behind-the-scenes clique activated to slander Peevski

      Judge of the behind-the-scenes clique activated to slander Peevski

      The indicted oligarchs are not deterred by the heat of July Sundays and continue to attack their sworn enemy – lawmaker of the opposition party Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF) and Telegraph Media publisher Delyan Peevski. For that purpose, the scandalous judge Miroslava Todorova was cast in the role of a battering ram. On Sunday afternoon she appeared as a special guest to one of the oligarchy’s puppet TV hosts for a conversation that centred on the leaked personal information of Todorova, which turned out to be made public as part of the property and conflict of interest statement she submitted to the Inspectorate with the Supreme Judicial Council.

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    • Panov pardons oligarchs for Brussels’s consumption

      Panov pardons oligarchs for Brussels’s consumption

      The scandalous head of the Supreme Court of Cassation (SCC) Lozan Panov is trying to hook up indicted oligarchs with pardons for Brussels’s consumption. This was revealed by shorthand records of conversations that took place between representatives of the judicial system and a Brussels coordination team tasked with preparing the reports on Bulgaria’s progress in the area of Justice and Home Affairs. The documents were published on the website of the Supreme Judicial Council (SJC) after the heads of the personnel policy of the judicial system voted for such disclosure at a 9 May plenary session.

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