Radev heads oligarchy’s flight: demands resignation of government and prosecutor general

Rumen Radev

After a series of unsuccessful oligarchy protests, the president Rumen Radev is trying once again to please the behind-the-scenes clique. Instead of taking the responsibility for the attacks against police and GERB supporters at yesterday's protest, the president shifted the responsibility to the Prime Minister Boyko Borissov for the public tensions.

The short memory of Radev, who convened under his ranks the right-wing activists and the few remaining loyal courtiers of Ivo Prokopiev and the other oligarchs, tries now to deceive the public that he is a unifier. Having Vasil Bozhkov behind his back and financial injections coming from Dubai so that protests to be hold, the president started talking about the anger accumulated over the years, as the former pilot was a president during these years.

Radev demanded the resignations of the government and the prosecutor general, after he tried to hound the society against them, instead of leading the fight against the oligarchy as a unifier.

Radev asked from the street mafia to leave, but hugged it against the European interests of Bulgaria. Now, when Bulgarians are divided and face an economic crisis, Radev turned to Europe in order to approve the violation of the constitution.

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