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A, Tzoneva for BNR: Distortions of the secrecy of the vote, can destabilize the choice for new General Prosecutor in Bulgaria

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This monday (19th of november, 2012) in an interview for the Bulgarian National Radio, Antoaneta Tzoneva explained how the changed rules for the election of General Prosecutor in the country can destabilize the entire vote.

 

There have already appeared several concerns associated with the election of the new chief prosecutor in Bulgaria. One of them is related to the possibility that the new rules for the election are made by the Supreme Justice Court in favor of a specific candidate. Commenting for the "12+3" show of the radio, A. Tzoneva from the Institute for Public Environment Development, mentioned also that the political responsibility for the scandal with Veneta Markovska and her failed oath as judge of the Constitutional Court in Bugaria, should be carried by the government, that elected her.

 

Source: BNR Horizont - 19th of November, 2012