After the Commission for Protection against Discrimination defied the Government on several occasions, both in the case of the Bulgarian clubs and after the lawsuit to the Ministry of Education and Science regarding the lack of textbooks, it was expelled from its offices by a Government Decision at the end of last year. year, without providing her with new premises for work. This decision of the Government was made under item miscellaneous at the suggestion of the director of the Service for Common and General Affairs and was signed by Prime Minister Dimitar Kovacevski.

She informed that they were offered offices in the MRT building where the offices of the Ministry of Justice and the Ministry of the Interior are also located.

– Independence means the separation of the premises in which the Commission is located, because the Commission is open to every single citizen who felt that he was a victim of discrimination, says Bendevska.