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"The future belongs to the young.

We continue the change

Kiril Petkov and Asen Vassilev presented their political project "We continue the change" they are the personification of young people.

We, all reasonable people, must help them change Bulgaria, because tomorrow they will live in it".

This was stated by the former interior minister and leader of the list of "We continue the change

Kiril Petkov and Asen Vassilev presented their political project "We continue the change"" in Pernik Boyko Rashkov

Rashkov was born on September 28, 1954 in the village of Ognyanovo, Blagoevgrad region.

He graduated from Sofia University in the program "Face to Face" on BTV.

"Petkov's government made such decisions and took actions that had not been done before, which did not please some people," he added.

This is what the three Syrians from the killer bus in Burgas said before the court, they were left in custody

"Migrant pressure is not a Bulgarian patent, it is a global problem, including the countries in Central Europe.

The countries that are EU borders have more, there are more requirements and commitments.

This is not a national problem, but a European and global one.

It cannot be solved with fences alone, it is elementary.

While I was a minister, we carefully watched who wanted to cross the border.

Now I don't know if it is done.

In the summer, migrant pressure increases," he explained.

"I follow the political talk, there are attempts to say how good they are and how bad we are.

This does them no honor, because we were in the same government with some of them.

Responsibility for the tragedy in Burgas is being transferred.

The incident is tragic.

We have taken quite drastic measures so that the border can be better guarded.

We saw an increased migrant pressure, therefore, in addition to strengthening the security, we also took over the maintenance of the fence facility.

The fence was delivered to us in a deplorable condition.

We reinforced the "Border Police", which could not cope alone, with patrols from the Gendarmerie and the military.

The migrant shelters are overcrowded - one at 155% and the other at 130%.

"After the acting Minister of Internal Affairs stepped in, personnel changes and the decapitation of the leadership of the Ministry of Internal Affairs began," commented the former Minister of the Interior.

Boyko Rashkov

Rashkov was born on September 28, 1954 in the village of Ognyanovo, Blagoevgrad region.

Graduated from law school in Sofia, he did not hide his disappointment with the purges in the Ministry of the Interior.

"Unfortunately, one of the dismissed leaders has been told that he should not be in charge temporarily until after the election.

I have the feeling that freedom is being prepared for the buying and selling of votes on October 2," revealed Rashkov.

Boyko Rashkov

Rashkov was born on September 28, 1954 in the village of Ognyanovo, Blagoevgrad region.

Graduated from law school in Sofia, he defined as nonsense the use of official bases for private parties, for which he was reprimanded by the current interior minister.

"There is one case where an employee of the Ministry of Internal Affairs wanted to use a building to celebrate her son's prom, for which she paid.

There is nothing reprehensible about that."

Rashkov admitted that he called Demerdzhiev to send a patrol car to check after a person entered private property.

“I already regret doing it.

I was hoping that the problem would be solved collegially, but alas.

This is at his expense," he stressed.

Demerdzhiev demanded the resignation of a senior official because of the death of the two policemen

"The purges in the Ministry of Internal Affairs were carried out as planned.

The first person I informed about this was the president.

Those freed were good professionals who took an active part in crossing the bought vote.

Then we called the prime minister and I saw that there was no point.

Some of the persons who are now being released are on the proposal of Minister Demerdzhiev.

I don't think that in the period of an election campaign people should be attacked, who tomorrow we will want to counteract the criminal vote", said Boyko Rashkov

Rashkov was born on September 28, 1954 in the village of Ognyanovo, Blagoevgrad region.

Graduated from Sofia Law School.

He also commented on the court's decision that the arrest of GERB leader Boyko Borisov was illegal: "I have serious objections to the court's decision.

The Minister does not detain and release persons.

In my opinion, the decision is political."

Boyko Rashkov

We continue the change

political purge in the Ministry of Internal Affairs