Fighting each other on Bulgaria’s beaches: Siderov and Simeonov
The tensions between two of the co-leaders of Bulgarian government minority partner the United Patriots are continuing to surge.
The leader of the Ataka party and head of the United Patriots parliamentary group, Volen Siderov, is starting a check on the “blows” to the Bulgarian tourism industry at the Black Sea coast, a response to an issue that the leader of the National Front for the Salvation of Bulgaria, Valeri Simeonov has made his own.
For a second consecutive year, Simeonov, a deputy prime minister in Prime Minister Boiko Borissov’s government, has been making an issue of excessive noise and other alleged irregularities at Bulgaria’s Black Sea coast resorts.
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