Bulgarian president Rumen Radev in Paris, France. (Source: AP) Bulgarian president Rumen Radev in Paris, France. Last week Bulgarian President Rumen Radev vetoed the law, passed by parliament, saying the bill failed to offer the means to effectively investigate corruption networks. “Today, by rejecting the president’s veto, our country will fulfill a commitment to the European Commission,” GERB’s parliamentary group leader Tsvetan Tsvetanov told lawmakers. “The president’s veto was like the last chance to adjust your policy on corruption,” Kornelia Ninova, leader of the main opposition Socialist Party, said in parliament.
Source: Indian Express January 12, 2018 12:07 UTC