Bulgaria sets up units to fight crime, corruption.SOFIA Sofia (sōfē`ə, sō`fēə), Bulg. Sofiya, city (1993 pop. 1,114,476), capital of Bulgaria, W central Bulgaria, on a high plain surrounded by the Balkan Mts. Bulgaria, acting on EU recommendations, is setting up joint teams to fight organised crime and corruption, its interior ministry, prosecution service and national security agency said on Monday. "Setting up the special investigation teams is a commitment by the Bulgarian government, taken in response to the critical remarks in the European Commission's latest monitoring report," Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov said after signing an agreement to create the specialised units. In a report in July, the European Union praised Bulgaria for creating a special joint unit to combat the misuse of EU development funds, and recommended that similar teams be created to target organised crime. The new units will be fully operational by October 1, Tsvetanov said. "We will investigate every official suspected of committing a crime, regardless of whether he is a member of the previous government or this one," he added. Chief Prosecutor prosecutor
Government attorney who presents the state's case against the defendant in a criminal prosecution. In some countries (France, Japan), public prosecution is carried out by a single office. In the U.S., states and counties have their own prosecutors. Boris Velchev said: "The teams will concentrate on a limited number of important cases and we will put our best people there."
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