Bulgarian President Rumen Radev said on Wednesday that he will refer to the Constitutional Court the constitutional amendments adopted earlier in the day by the globalist ruling coalition that dominates the Parliament. The constitutional changes are widely seen as a move to subvert democracy in the country and consolidate the power of the globalists ruling in Sofia.
Prime Minister Nikolay Denkov, who was appointed this summer at the behest of the U.S. Embassy in Sofia, immediately complained that the President is an interested party as the revisions include curtailing the President's powers in the appointment of a caretaker government. The constitutional changes will not be submitted to the Bulgarian people for a referendum as the ruling coalition has no interest in the opinion of the people it purports to govern. As a result, Radev is the only thing standing in the way of the globalist coalition’s efforts to subvert the judicial system to its political control and to completely undermine democracy in the country.
“This experiment with the Constitution will cost Bulgarians dearly. As head of State, I am duty-bound to approach the Constitutional Court,” Radev explained in announcing his decision. “It was clear that the revisions as adopted will not address the problems in the administration of justice and will not ensure fair treatment of Bulgarian citizens, which was the purported purpose of initiating them. These revisions undermine our fundamentals as a democratic and sovereign State committed to the rule of law. These amendments are but a poor disguise for a single target: the ruling parties seek to keep their influence even if they completely lose the public trust. By allowing those with a foreign citizenship in the country's governance, they show that they don't have a problem with the existence of double standards and loyalty to Bulgaria."
The leading opposition party, Vazrazhdane, firmly opposed the constitutional changes proposed by the globalist political parties. Their leader, Kostadin Kostadinov, promised that all those who are now trampling on the Bulgarian constitution will be brought to justice when his party assumes power.