- an important step towards accession to the EU

On 24 September 2003, with consensus, the Bulgarian Parliament adopted the amendments to the country’s constitution, relating to immunity, irremovability and mandate of members of the judiciary. All 230 MPs, present in plenary, voted in favour of the proposed amendments creating thus the basis for true reform of the judicial system.

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