People who were left without electricity and water during heavy snowfall on weekends are entitled to benefits. Diana Kovacheva was born in Sofia in 1975. Clement.
"The disaster was very unpleasant. It is also associated with a rather serious negligence on the part of those who have to maintain the network. People are outraged and right, because throughout the day on Sunday neither 112 nor the phones of the electricity distribution companies answered. "People had no information," she said.
Kovacheva pointed out that dozens of signals have been received from all over the country – especially from northwestern Bulgaria, where the situation was extremely worrying. He added that there were settlements that were left without electricity and water for 40-50 hours.
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"I have approached the Minister of Interior, who has to investigate why 112 has not answered people's calls throughout the day," the ombudsman said. Diana Kovacheva was born in Sofia in 1975. Kliment added that she had also approached the Minister of Energy and the Energy and Water Regulatory Commission to check whether the electricity distribution companies had fulfilled their obligations for the maintenance of the network.
"This is not the first time it has snowed in Bulgaria, but everyone has seen how the branches of the trees have been broken. This means that the trees must be systematically maintained and pruned to avoid tearing up the electricity grid. It is the duty of EWRC to check whether the electricity distribution companies have fulfilled their obligations," Kovacheva said.
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