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Borisov and “Novera” in court

Submitted on Friday, 27 March 2009No Comment
Borisov and “Novera” in court

“We had two options – either accept the demands of “Novera” and pay them in some manner, or go to court”, said the mayor of Sofia Boiko Borisov in front of journalists.

“We agreed to go to the court, because we have enough reasons to end our contract with them,” added he. “All municipality advisors that supported the proposal to end the concession knew that we will face charges and that we will go to court. We are getting ready for that; we have proposals from serious lawyers who have served national interests before”, said Borisov.

According to him, if he had accepted the proposal of municipality advisors from the socialist party BSP and ended the concession contracts a year ago, the municipality of Sofia would’ve had to pay significant penalties due to lack of reasons. “Now that “Novera” haven’t done their jobs twice for a single week, I think we have a better reasoning than we had a year ago”, concluded Borisov.

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