Bulgarian Parliaments accepts resignation of anti-corruption commission chairman

Bulgarian Parliaments accepts resignation of anti-corruption commission chairman

MPs have unanimously accepted the resignation of the chairman of the anti-corruption commission Sotir Tsatsarov, as of March 1. The decision was taken by 197 votes in favour to none "against" and no abstentions.

Tsatsarov resigned in mid-January and demanded his release in early March, when he will submit his annual report to the anti-corruption commission. Hours after the resignation was announced, the State Agency for National Security denied him access to classified information.


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