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Appeals for a construction-free coastal zone

Submitted on Saturday, 4 April 2009No Comment
Appeals for a construction-free coastal zone

“We will appeal for a construction-free zone on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast”, said Borislav Dimitrov from the centrist political party NDSV during a discussion of the law for the Black Sea coast a year after it was approved.

The difficulties surrounding the appliance of the law were the topic of the discussion of the Consultative council of the local self-government and regional development of the political party. The forum took place in Varna.

Vladimirov gave an example of a similar rule in Croatia. The Croatian government even tore down buildings that were in the way of the 70 m. protected zone. Vladimirov insisted that the protected zone in Bulgaria should be public property and be 100 m. wide.

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