Has the Anti-Corruption Commission released Tsvetanov unexplained property years ago?



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The scandals surrounding the property and income of Tsvetan Tsvetanov and his family seem to have no end. The next comes from a statement on the investigative journalism website "Bivolli" – that in 2015 the former Anti-Corruption Commission, then known as the KUPI (Commission for the Confiscation of Illegally Obsessed Property), failed to check against Tsvetanov while he was still in charge of the case. appropriation of 50,000 leads in favor of Orlin Todorov, former head of the Regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Veliko Tarnovo. The investigation was closed, although there was a formal inconsistency in Tsvetanov's property by 118,848.73 leva. This, however, is below the threshold of 250 000 BGN at the time of confiscation.

According to Bivolli, however, the researchers closed their eyes by belittling the value of Tsvetanov's "unpredictable" property and income by making a calculation model based on all his family's income and expenditure and comparing them by years with NSI statistics. for the corresponding family and the consumption basket. The site published a report prepared by the Sofia Regional Unit, which was written by Georgi Apostolov and was sent to the then head of the KPI and current chairman of the Anti-Corruption Committee Plamen Georgiev.

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The investigation of Tsvetanov and his family covered a period of 10 years (04.12.2003 to 04.12.2013). The main difference is how much they cost two apartments (uneven construction) and two parking places on Elemag Street. It is these apartments that Tsvetanov exchange for the apartment in the building "Letera" of "Arteks". Only the apartments are slightly above 192 square meters (80.22 square meters and 112.54 square meters), and Tsvetanov bought them in 2008, and Todor Boyadjiev's TiVB company bought them. For all this, they are paid about 130,500 euros. In their report, however, Apostolov estimates that they are paid 306 120 BGN including VAT, but the actual price is at least 300,000 euros i. two more times! At the a discrepancy of almost 300,000 BGN, KUPI had to start a lawsuit against Tsvetanov.
Another aspect of the report is the donation of Tsvetanov's daughter, Gergana, made by her grandfather and grandmother Vassil and Stefanka. Apartments donated by 62.50 square meters and a garage of 29.49 square meters in Dianabad district, purchased in 2006 and 2007, respectively 23 600 leads and 16 550 leads. However, Apostolov writes that the market prices of these properties on the date of purchase are 750 euros per square meter, while they are bought at a price of about 435 leva! And Gergana Tsvetanova sells in 2013 for a total 72,000 euros i. around 140 000 leva, which is much closer to the actual price according to the report of Apostolov in 2006 and 2007 – 135 000 levaand actually paid a little more 40 000 leva.

We recall that the CPONPI leader Plamen Georgiev also has discrepancies in his property declarations. They concern the apartment and two parking lots in the metropolitan district of Geo Milev, which are bought for just over 207,000 leva according to Georgiev's claim, but in the notarial act the sum is more than 264,000 leva. In addition, Georgiev also has a room on the top floor of a building in Prof. Georgi Pavlov Street, a large 156 square meters plus a terrace of 43 square meters in a statement, but it was discovered that there is another terrace – on the roof of the building, 186 square meters. Georgiev argues that it is "a common part within the meaning of Article 38 of the Property Law," but the bTV shots show that the terrace is barred and there is a barbecue. Because of these data today, April 1, there is an organized protest calling for Georgiev's resignation.

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