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In Bulgaria detained two cabinets

Bulgaria's Prosecutor's office detained two advisers of the President Radeva rumen in cases of disclosure of state secrets and abuse of influence for personal gain, according to newspaper the Sofia Globe with reference to the Supervisory authority.

Adviser to the President on security issues Elijah Milush was arrested in connection with pretrial proceedings that is relevant, including, to the disclosure of state secrets. As noted by the Procurator, Milusheva detained after studying his phone.

According to the Agency, adviser to the President voluntarily transferred to the Prosecutor four documents illegally taken from the state intelligence Agency and containing information that represents state secret. Milush says that he found documents in his office, which is located in the building of the presidential administration. In the administration building were also carried out investigative actions.

As the newspaper notes, the authorities also arrested a former employee of the state Agency for exploration whose full name was not disclosed. In a statement, the Prosecutor indicated only by his initials - M. K.

Another adviser to the President on legal Affairs Plamen Uzunov was arrested on the night near the city of Plovdiv as part of an investigation related to abuse of influence for personal gain. In his office in the presidential administration building in Sofia was also searched and seized documents and computer material. In this case also were arrested Bulgarian businessman Plamen Bobokov. Earlier Uzunov and Babakov declared his innocence.