Bulgarian Prime Minister Questions President's Loyalty

The tension between the Prime Minister and the President of Bulgaria has risen again after the two political figures visited Russia last month.

Darik News reported that the Prime Minister Boyko Borisov claimed the President Rumen Radev isn’t neutral when it comes to supporting political parties and his “boss Kornelia Ninova,” the leader of the parliamentary group of the Bulgarian Socialist Party.

According to Borisov, Radev is speaking out against the Bulgarian government on a daily basis. The PM is also unhappy with being called a “servant of Putin” due to his visit to Russia, despite the fact Radev visited the country earlier.

The President of Bulgaria, Rumen Radev, often speaks out against the political establishment of the country. Despite Radev being an independent candidate, he is often accused of having close ties with the Bulgarian Socialist Party. He and Borisov had a public feud about modernizing the Bulgarian air forces.

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Alex Dimchev

Alex Dimchev is a writer, editor, and weapons master for EUscoop.com

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