The architect Alexander Vaklin, who claims to have been blackmailed by Mlada Mayor, removed, Desislava Ivancheva, he could not remember whether someone has done it offer it to "no" for 15,000 leva of interrogation before the spec.
Such a conversation is heard in one of the SSCs in the case. The phrase "I have a bid … the specialized prosecutor's office … for 15,000 leva … they do not have it" was pronounced by a man Vaklin spoke to in the district municipality while waiting for a meeting with Ivancheva. Then the businessman is equipped with the CPCs by the investigators.
Because of this reply, the defense of Ivancheva and her replacement Bilyana Petrova demanded a second interrogation of Vaklin. He said, however, that he did not remember about 15,000 leva and what kind of prosecutor's office it is, said Zet Club.
The courtroom also made it clear that the businessman Wacklin never had a conversation about money with Ivancheva. He himself has admitted that at many times he doubted if the mayor was aware of the conversations of Vaklin with the alleged bribe mediator – former mayor of the region Petko Dyulgerov.
Djulgerov, Ivancheva and her deputy, Biljana Petrova, are accused of accepting a backyard from Vaklin for moving building permits.
However, Waklin gave explanations for another moment in the records. The phrase: "It's a lot of money, it's better to raise a candidacy for a mayor of the capital, or to change the law, with so much money telling you that it will pass through Parliament to change the law, to be appointed to those stupid people," he said. as an intermediary in the surrender of the bribe Petko Dyulgerov after the businessman had seen Ivancheva.
He is very angry because he has been waiting for hours at the door "as a pioneer" is feeling humiliated.
In his second interrogation on Monday, he explained that he actually meant that he could organize a media campaign to convince the public that regional mayors should be appointed rather than being elected directly by citizens. And he said he had never intended to pay for the rise of a mayor.
Vacclin also admitted, that he was a candidate for membership. This is what you say for the first time in your testimony in the court, the judge in Ivo Hinov, reported 24 hours.
Vuklin told journalists: "It was years ago, I was a candidate from a small party that could not take 1% of the vote, winning GERB, but my job was not tied to the political situation," he says.