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Former Mladost mayor and deputy released under house arrest

Former Mladost mayor and deputy released under house arrest

16 November 2018 | 14:11 | FOCUS News Agency
Sofia. The Special Criminal Court has released under house arrest the former mayor of Sofia’s Mladost district, Desislava Ivancheva, and her deputy Bilyana Petrova, BTV has reported.
The reason is that their health and mental condition was getting worse in detention.
The court’s decision allows them to leave the detention facility for the first time 7 months after their arrest.
The prosecutors appealed against the ruling.
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Court postpones trial against former Mladost mayor

Court postpones trial against former Mladost mayor

7 September 2018 | 13:39 | FOCUS News Agency
Sofia. The Special Criminal Court postponed the trial against former Mladost district mayor Desislava Ivancheva to September 13, BNR has reported. The trial could not begin because Ivancheva and another defendant did not receive the indictment on time. The court found that the seven-day period to trial after service of the documents had not been respected. The seven-day term expires at the end of today’s working day and the judge accepted the defendants’ requests for more time to study the documents. Ivancheva is sued together with her former deputy Bilyana Petrova and former district mayor Petko Dyulgerov. According to the prosecution, Ivancheva, with help from Petrova and Dyulgerov as intermediary, extorted money from a businessman in exchange for a construction permit in Mladost.
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Special Prosecutor’s Office files indictment against mayor of Mladost district, her deputy and former deputy mayor for large scale bribery

Special Prosecutor’s Office files indictment against mayor of Mladost district, her deputy and former deputy mayor for large scale bribery

23 August 2018 | 13:15 | FOCUS News Agency
Sofia. The Special Prosecutor’s Office has filed an indictment against the former mayor of Sofia’s district of Mladost, Desislava Ivancheva, her deputy Bilyana Hristova, and former deputy mayor Petko Dyulgerov for large scale bribery, extortion and abuse of power, said the Prosecutor’s Office.
According to the indictment, the three requested EUR 500,000 from businessman Alexander Vaklin to issue a construction permit. The investigation began after Vaklin reported to the anti-corruption commission that he was being blackmailed. On 17 April, the three suspects were arrested in an hours-long public law enforcement operation in Sofia city centre after receiving the first installment of the bribe amounting to EUR 70,000.

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