Geshev no longer lives in house 5 of Boyana residence Themis News from Bulgaria and the World

Chief Prosecutor Ivan Geshev, who has lived in House 5 of the Boyana residence for nearly a year and a half, has moved out, Dnevnik reported, citing information from the Council of Ministers.

In his property declaration, prosecutor №1 had announced that he lived in a 57-square-meter apartment under a lease agreement for BGN 2,200 per month, the landlord of which was the government administration.

The Council of Ministers has now refused to specify whether the property declared by Geshev is house 5, citing personal data. But from the analysis of all known and confirmed data so far, it is clear that the chief prosecutor has declared part of the property and pays for it, and the other part is rented by a member of his family, who pays the same amount – 2200 levs.

In this case it is a hotel accommodation in a site that is not part of the departmental housing stock of the Council of Ministers. The hotel accommodation is under the conditions of the “long stay” service, defined as accommodation in premises, for not less than three consecutive nights , realized by one accommodated “, it is written in the answers from the Council of Ministers to” Dnevnik “.

It is also understood from them that Geshev started living there in July 2020 and the contract will be terminated by October 1, 2021. However, the chief prosecutor left the property ahead of schedule.


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