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Simeon Saxe-Coburg-Gotha: They don’t want to let me die in peace, they continue to harass me

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To tell a person that he can no longer dispose of his property for 12 years is unfair. They keep harassing me. This was said by Simeon Saxe-Coburg-Gotha in a long interview for the Bulgarian newspaper “24 hours”.

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“I think a solution will be found in the end, because it is crucial for Northern Macedonia and Albania to join the EU. They have the desire and they want it,” he said.

“I am convinced that it will be achieved. But without such loud statements and ultimatums. Because these are 19th century receptions. And in the 21st century, and already in the EU … The role of Bulgaria, for example, to help these two “countries with their experience on how to close the negotiating chapters for membership – this is such an important role and will remain in history. It is a pity that there is a blockage on both sides,” Saxe-Coburg-Gotha said.

“Where are Bulgaria’s interests? And where are we, if we look at geography and history? You know, I will say something that may sound rude, but I have the impression that in some countries or in the West – for the people, Russia is Putin. With all due respect to President Putin, God bless him for many years, but Russia is there and will remain, and it is a huge country, huge resources. .. almost childish as reasoning “.

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Whether it is a triple or more, the coalition is just that – some goals are set that the coalition wants to achieve. And from there everyone gives in a little or tries to negotiate. This is not a bargain, as many people imagine and try to stamped a coalition. It’s the same everywhere. “

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“Personally, I’m sorry, I’m sorry. But if we draw the line – Portugal, which has 80% vaccinated, still has a very high number of infected. We are not the most, most, there are probably other countries, but in the EU it seems … But distrust is our trait, in fact – to always have one thing in mind, no matter who the power is, who exercises it or holds it, instead of thinking that those who govern are for you, your people. Not some demons, I’m a sufferer and I know what it is, especially after that.

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The former prime minister also spoke about how he condemned Bulgaria in Strasbourg.

“Something completely unfair, made up, that has bothered me for 12 years. Which is absolutely against all rights and other talk that is so easy to come up with at some point. But to tell a person that 12 years and something can no longer be done. disposes of his property is unfair. And even in a legal sense, too, because a parliament cannot impose a moratorium on an individual. And he stayed for 12 years, because there are always other priorities. “

“They don’t want to let me die in peace. They continue to harass me. Couldn’t he have taken the initiative to lift this moratorium for 12 years ?!”, he admits what bothers him the most.

“We were brought up in a completely different way, with principles and what not. In 1946, everything was confiscated from us – my God, was it state-owned, should the state confiscate it ?! Only this, as a production, is enough for every reasonable person. to say – wait, so it was private. Not to be wise, to interpret. The state to hire external lawyers to pay millions for these cases, instead of using their lawyers in the ministries … I care so much I’m wrong to be harassed in this way. I don’t know why, but that’s it, “said Simeon Saxborggotski.

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