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Activity of centre for integration of ethnic minority children will be rethought, says minister

Activity of centre for integration of ethnic minority children will be rethought, says minister

18 January 2019 | 13:15 | FOCUS News Agency
Sofia. The Ministry of Education and Science will rethink the activity of the Centre for Educational Integration of Children and Students from Ethnic Minorities. This is what Minister Krasimir Valchev said to reporters when asked about an employee of the centre who allegedly organised the protest against Deputy Prime Minister Krasimir Karakachanov, Focus News Agency reports. Minister Valchev said the employee was on unpaid leave during the protest. “I have no reason for disciplinary action, everyone has the right to express their opinion. But I do not think that organising a protest is in line with good professional bearing of civil servants. If she wanted to soundly and emphatically express her attitude at the protest, she could also have requested the termination of her service,” Valchev explained. He noted the centre was funding integration projects of public organisations (schools, kindergartens and municipalities), with only few of the partnerships involving non-governmental organisations.
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Deputy PM Karakachanov: Each municipality should have programme to remove illegal houses

Deputy PM Karakachanov: Each municipality should have programme to remove illegal houses

11 January 2019 | 13:36 | FOCUS News Agency
Sofia. Each municipality should draft a programme to deal with illegal houses and remove them, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defence Krasimir Karakachanov said to reporters in Parliament, Focus News Agency reports. “Especially those built with any materials at hand and dangerous to people should be immediately demolished,” he added.
He said the situation in Voyvodinovo was now calm and people there were satisfied. “Two-thirds of the ghetto was removed and it is now a matter of procedure to remove also the more durable buildings, as they are illegal,” the deputy prime minister said.
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Minister Krasimir Karakachanov: Gypsies in Bulgaria have become extremely arrogant and the tolerance of Bulgarian society is wearing thin

Minister Krasimir Karakachanov: Gypsies in Bulgaria have become extremely arrogant and the tolerance of Bulgarian society is wearing thin

8 January 2019 | 13:37 | FOCUS News Agency
Plovdiv. Gypsies in Bulgaria have become extremely arrogant and the tolerance of Bulgarian society is wearing thin, Minister of Defence Krasimir Karakachanov said to reporters with regard to the latest case of assault on a serviceman in the village of Voyvodinovo, Focus Radio has reported. Karakachanov pointed out that a policeman was beaten a few days ago, and now a military, and that it cannot continue anymore. Minister Karakachanov is in Voyvodinovo to discuss with the mayor of the Municipality and with the Ministry of Interior regional director what measures will be taken regarding the specific case.
“The truth is that we need a comprehensive programme to solve the Gypsy issue. People will not tolerate a part of the population who have only rights and do not want to understand that they have duties as well and must respect the law,” the minister said. According to Karakachanov, the measures have to be a tie-up of social benefits with education and work. According to him, Bulgaria should stop listening to all sorts of Brussels officials and human rights activists.
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