Bulgarian Interior Minister Ivan Demerjiev announced that the suspects had been selected for carrying out Monday’s attack on Prosecutor General Ivan Geshev. On Tuesday, a meeting was held on the matter, convened by Prime Minister Gylyb Donev.
– We have suspects, but I can’t give details. For the time being, we do not have data on whether information about the route taken by the prosecutor was leaked, Demerjiev said.
The deputy prosecutor and head of the National Investigation Service, Borisław Sarafow, announced that it had failed assassination of prosecutor Ivan Geshev it was done professionally and only thanks to a few seconds delay in the explosion, no one was injured. The cargo was not prepared amateurishly, but professionally, added Sarafov.
Prosecutors took to the streets to show support to Geshev
So far, Geshev has not commented on the incident. On Tuesday in Sofia and a number of other major cities Bulgaria prosecutors took to the streets to show support to Geshev.
The last political assassination in Bulgaria was the shooting of former Prime Minister Andrei Lokanov in October 1996. The bomber was never apprehended. There were regular murders in Bulgaria in the 1990s and early 2000s, but these were gangster feuds.
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