Sun, May 19 2013
Ataka leader Volen Siderov
Photo: Tsvetelina Belutova
Newspaper closing for lack of funds, which Ataka leader Volen Siderov were ‘stolen’ by PM Borissov.
Siderov banned from three sittings of Parliament after uproar over May 2011 mosque incident.
Ataka leader says he will sue detractors, amid defections and drama.
Developments in Bulgaria's far-Right mirror similar movements elsewhere.
Bulgarian media hint that troubles in the Siderov family are connected to the public squabble between Volen Siderov and MEP Dimitar Stoyanov.
MEP Dimitar Stoyanov, stepson of the Bulgarian ultra-nationalist leader, reportedly said Siderov should step down because of the party’s drubbing in the 2011 elections.
Departure of Tsveta Georgieva from ultra-nationalists’ parliamentary group leaves Siderov’s party with six fewer members than it had after the 2009 parliamentary elections.
The funding is provided under the foreign military sales programme of the US army's Program Executive Office of Simulation, Training and Instrumentation.
The UK nationals were arrested after throwing beer bottles at people after being refused entry to a restaurant that had closed for the night.
Restoration and development projects include Madara Horseman, Arbanassi fortress, Magura cave.
Simeon Saxe-Coburg and his spouse Margarita opened a new heating and insulation system at the Tsar Ferdinand Hospital for Pulmonary Diseases in Iskrets, a project implemented thanks to the Embassy of the Sovereign Order of Malta in Sofia and the Nando Peretti Foundation.
According to the law's provisions, the commission will have the power to investigate individuals without prior notification and would not require a criminal conviction in order to launch an investigation.