November 10, 2018 14:56 | FOCUS information agency
Sofia. I will not interpret the general prosecutor's motives. We draw conclusions from facts – that the requested immunities appeared after two years, at a time when, especially Elena, she was very clear in her investigative materials and films. That's what the head of the BSP Kornelia Ninova told Radio Darik, the BSP press center said party. She explained that the motives look interesting – money laundering for the purchase of cameras and cameras for filming in Syria. "All these things are weird," she said and remembered that "signals" started by GERB – Anton Todorov, Delyan Dobrev, Tom Bikov, all these accusations during Kumgate. She explained that under Professor Georgi Mihaylov the accusations began after his excellent display of a vote of no confidence in health care. "Two blades BSP! The opposition does not manage, we do not award public procurement," said Ninova. She commented that Elena Yoncheva had documents that lead to conclusions on corruption and abuse, stressing that this is a road near Svoge, where the disaster occurred. She explained that it was a report drawn up many years before the crash, in which various institutions detected violations and abuses in the construction of the episode, saying that they should be corrected immediately, but nobody touched them with their fingers. "Somebody must be responsible – why someone fell asleep all year because of this recommendation," said Ninova. She commented that parliamentarians demanded an objective control of the circumstances – they want information, they want an independent laboratory. Cornelia Ninova said that when she met with the building chamber, she ensured order, principles, law and change of the rule of law, and everyone would be on the same level, that nobody would be blackmailed to return money from public procurement. She reminded that the House demanded not to submit an API application. "I refused and said I would not stop Elena, I do not want or I can not because I want the truth – if there are violations, be responsible – the BSP leader noted.
"The difference in creating the Alternative Budget is that it is not another time when we make an offer – they give 500 million for health, we have 600 million for social benefits – 100, we 120. That does not solve the problem. that we propose financing to go through the change of models "- said Cornelia Ninova on the budget. She stressed that $ 500 million in health care does not reduce drug costs, increases the availability of healthcare, does not maintain doctors, does not prepare new nurses. "Our budget is just like that. Not just pouring money, but also giving money with an effect that reaches people," said Ninova. She commented that in the alternative budget, education was allocated that money was transferred for free textbooks up to grade 12. "Not much money, but it would help a lot of people," she said. Ninova explained that another suggestion is to have a textbook for the whole country. "There is no educational system, no matter how much money is transferred," said the leftist leader.
"The decision taken by the government says that mayors and city councilors make the decision to increase the tax on old cars and place" to do "limits in numbers, what I have asked our mayors to do is try and stick to the lower border," said Ninova. regarding rising taxes on old cars. She explained that people are not guilty of being poor to drive old cars. Ninova believes that it is better to make an effort to increase income. "The priority is to help people," she said. Cornelia Ninova advised that other people's health should be done – to reduce VAT on medicines or to pay debts to municipal hospitals so as not to close or eventually not have a preventive program.
The BSP chairman announced that the rules and method of appointing MEPs would be adopted on Sunday. She commented that she believed in the re-election of Sergey Stanishevich, who explained that he was "our nomination." "After serious discussions in our political family, PES, it was decided to leave individual countries the freedom to create their lists and platform – what news, which policies are sent to candidates. For Bulgarians, it is more important to look at people on the lists and those who we bring up and why they go there "- says Ninova. "We will send people who will uphold the policies of Bulgaria and the BSP," the BSP leader expressed confidence. She explained that there are several things she will not give up – from the Istanbul Convention and the United Nations Migration Pact. Ninova commented that in the Pact there are good texts about our diaspora, but there are disturbing things between small texts, eg Small print, that is, issuing identity documents to people who came without them. "We help refugees in the war – it is an international, Bulgarian human right, but broadening the circle of migration for environmental, economic and social reasons is a danger," explains Ninova.
"People thought we were part of the status quo, that's why we proposed the" Vision of Bulgaria "We are not the same If we were the same, I would accept being the chairman of the Parliament and my colleagues would be ministers We chose the hard way to stay in opposition and distinguish the status quo The way is right, we just have to continue our efforts and not give up, "Ninova was categorical. She expressed her conviction that he is an alternative to Boyko Borisov, but in politics, not in positions.
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