Signals for vote buying will be our priority task next month, said Interior Minister Kalin StoyanovKalin StoyanovKalin Stoyanov was born on April 28, 1981 in Burgas. On June 6, 2023, he was elected Minister of Interior.

He participated in a National Meeting of the Ministry of Interior together with the Prime Minister Acad. Nikolay Denkov, Acting Chief Prosecutor Borislav Sarafov and Maria Pavlova, Deputy Prosecutor General, BTA reported.

Stoyanov pointed out that in connection with the upcoming local elections against the Ministry of Interior, a campaign will be launched as its talking points will be that the Ministry of Interior is implementing a scenario, that it has an impact and that it can have control over the election results.

"In the Ministry of Interior we are not working on a scenario, but on obvious signals, I urge citizens to be active," the minister said.

Minister Stoyanov revealed what measures the Ministry of Interior is taking in connection with the local elections

Seventeen cars have been taken from drunk or drugged drivers since the start of August, when the law was passed. The total sentences are 17, and in the other 49 cases people paid the value of the cars because they were not owners. A total of 32 cars were seized, Minister Stoyanov commented.

Stoyanov reminded that for the first time in 2 years there will be an anti-vote unit between the Ministry of Interior, the Prosecutor's Office and the State Agency for National Security. A hotline has already been launched to send alerts.

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