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The emergency sitting of the Bulgarian Consultative Council on National Security (KSNS) started with a shameful scandal.
The leader of the far-right extremist Ataka party, Volen Siderov, attacked President, Rosen Plevneliev, with a number of accusations and did not allow him to officially open the meeting.
Siderov shouted at Plevneliev demanding answers about allegations that he had been involved in offshore dealings and used the government aircraft to transport Canadian gold mine concessionaire in Bulgaria "Dundee Precious Metals."
"Society mist know what is this money you are staffing you offshore account with," was one of the nationalists questions.
The leader of the Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria party, GERB, and former Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, left the sitting in sign of protest as he was attacked as well. Siderov accused him of not doing anything during the term of the previous Cabinet to stop western companies from colonizing and robbing the country.
Plevneliev called for a 15-minute break.
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Dragomir Stoynev, Minister of Economy and Energy, has backed the forecast of Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski that the country will be plagued by chaos if Bulgaria's socialist-led government resigns.
In a Thursday interview for the morning broadcast of bTV, Stoynev made clear that the set of urgent social and economic measures presented in Parliament on Wednesday by Oresharski were not aimed at appeasing protesters but were essential for Bulgaria's survival over the next few months.
He suggested that Bulgaria's economy was stifled by intercompany indebtedness, adding that this could lead to serious problems such as a power supply disruptions.
"A power supply regime is quite likely. All state-owned companies are indebted – if they start going bankrupt one after the other, naturally, this is a possible scenario," Stoynev stated.
He suggested that public companies had been deliberately drained over the past few years through fake contracts for repair works and purchases of equipment.
To illustrate his point, he noted that miners at the Maritsa Iztok Mines did not have enough excavators to work.
Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev is calling an extraordinary sitting of the Consultative Council on National Security (KSNS) to discuss the current political situation in the country and the steps necessary to meet public expectations.
KSNS includes Parliament Speaker Mihail Mikov, Prime Minister Oresharski, the Ministers of Defense, Interior, Foreign Affairs, and Finance, the Chief of Defense, and the chairs of the parliamentary groups in the 42nd National Assembly, according to reports of dnevnik.bg.
The agenda of the meeting will include reform in the security sector and guarantees for transparency of appointments.
The meeting was scheduled over the decision adopted in early June to spin off the Interior Ministry's Chief Directorate "Organized Crime" (GDBOP) and merge it into the State Agency for National Security (DANS), as well as the appointment of notorious media mogul and MP of ethnic Turkish party Movement for Rights and Freedoms (DPS), Delyan Peevski, as Chair of DANS and the ensuing ongoing mass protests.
Peevski's appointment on Friday last week caused Plevneliev to declare that he was withdrawing his confidence in the socialist-led government of Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski.
On Wednesday, both Oresharski and the leaders of the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) and DPS admitted that they had made a political mistake by appointing Peevski as DANS Chair and Bulgaria's Parliament backed a motion to reverse the decision.
Center-right party Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria (GERB) has said it will insist during Thursday's sitting of KSNS that the DANS Chair must be appointed by a presidential decree, not by Mps, according to reports of the Bulgarian National Television (BNT).
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