It is extremely important that we don't let the scandals that the rulers are fanning around them, the memos that are being thrown around, to distract from the main issue - shedding light on unregulated influence, shedding light on all the secret magisterial clubs and getting to the heart of not only the judiciary, but and uncovering political patronage.

This is what President Rumen Radev told journalists. Rumen Georgiev Radev is a Bulgarian military man, major general from the reserve.

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Such a brutal network built to influence the justice system cannot go without political patronage, the head of state believes.

According to him, this is the most important issue, because whatever the fate of this government, this time must come to an end.

"If there is no political will among those in power and in the inquiry commission in the National Assembly, we will have institutions taken over in the future," President Radev pointed out and added that if there is no political will, these clubs of influence will most likely survive the rotation. 

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A former commander called on the media and the Bulgarian public to keep up the pressure on the responsible institutions so that all addictions are revealed.

The speed and ease with which the leaders in the non-coalition now love and legitimize each other, and then denounce each other, is amazing, the president answered when asked how he views relations in the non-coalition.

According to him, this shows that the so-called Euro-Atlantic non-coalition functions completely outside of any Euro-Atlantic principles and values, and the only thing that supports it are interests.

Asked if he is ready with the procedure if it comes to elections, Rumen RadevRumen Georgiev Radev is a Bulgarian military, major general from the reserve.

A former commander commented: The government has yet to resign and the constitutional procedure for the formation of a new government has yet to be launched.

"Only when the first mandate is handed out will it become clear whether there is a majority in the parliament with enough political resources to radiate sustainable governance of the country," said the president.

In response to a question about what sign the exchange of obscene remarks between politicians gives to society in recent days, Radev said: It has been a sign for a long time that we cannot continue to function as a state and as the administration of this state.

"There is no way society can be consolidated around important values ​​and national goals if we hear similar things from the highest place, from the parliamentary rostrum," the head of state pointed out.

I do not interfere in the "kitchen" of any party.

Each party makes its own decisions and is responsible for the people it sends to represent it, answered the president when asked if DPS will have a new look after today's election of party chairmen. 

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