Bulgarian president calls on 'mafia-type' government to resign

Sofia (AFP) - Bulgarian President Rumen Radev called on Saturday for a resignation of the  "mafia-type" conservative government, which he blamed for ordering police raids on his offices this week.The president's legal affairs and anti-corruption secretary and his security and defence advisor were detained for questioning on Thursday and their offices searched as part of two separate probes into influence-peddling and disclosure of state secrets.The searches sparked public anger and brought thousands of demonstrators onto the streets of Sofia to condemn the raids as an attack by the  government...


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