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Without a protective clause for the judicial system

Submitted on Thursday, 9 July 2009No Comment
Without a protective clause for the judicial system

The report of the European commission for the law system and internal affairs of Bulgaria will be published on July 22nd and will not contain any suggestions for a protective clause, revealed the Bulgarian National Radio. This autumn, another report will address the condition of the control over the EU funds.

The European Commission insist that the publishing of the new report in the week of the coming of the new Bulgarian government is a pure coincidence. Critics in the report will not be spared because of the changing of governments.

The most serious criticisms will be related to corruption, the lacking number of judicial action, etc. A protective clause will not be needed. The overall opinion is that such a measure will not speed up the reforms, but slow them down.

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