Bulgaria: More Shocking Facts Got out in Recent Scandal Involving Boyko BorissovDomestic | May 7, 2021, Friday // 14:49| views
Bulgarian land baron Svetoslav Ilchovski gave out another interesting detail, he said that Miss Playmate‘2017, Maggie Bader is the woman who took pictures of cash and gold bars stashed in Borisov's bedroom, writes Agri.BG.
"The owner of "Gradus", largest poultry producer in Bulgaria, Ivan Angelov paid her BGN 5,000 to “take care” of our prime minister. I know that because I've been there.' Thus Svetoslav Ilchovski concluded his hot revelations.
The fifth largest dam in Bulgaria - Enitsa was virtually drained by a local MP and his partner to enable them to steal European funds," Ilchowski said. According to him, the state-owned dam was drained after being given for 6-7 years "for rent", however, for free.
The local big shots and cronies of Boyko Borissov, Plamen Tanchev and Anatoly Ivanov have pocketed about 3-4 million leva thanks to this scheme. They control the Irrigation Systems company and thus ruin can factories and deprive people of employment as factories cannot work without water, the grain producer added.
He also said that he was subject to pressure on the part of the Irrigation Systems management.
"I was told to pay 5,000 euros bribe to Irrigation Systems workers to have my fields watered, as I made a big investment without European projects. So, I went to see the head of Irrigation Systems. He told me, "That guy hired me, if you don't give me 200,000 leva, I don't let water go!"
They had arranged for me to be locked up in their court and prosecutor's office in Stara Zagora because I do not pay racket. I've been charged with embezzling BGN 12 million and they told me I’m working in their country. The GERB MPs were pushing to buy my firm, as well. One is Plamen Yurukov and the other was someone from Haskovo - Hristo Kolev was his name, I have his photo in my phone," explained Ilchovski, who will be heard again today in the audit commission investigating into Borissov's government.
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