I’m worried where all this is going, but again I’m going to say that the prime minister should be somewhat nervous to come to this ultimately discriminatory statement and ultimately hate speech, the reason for that may be an internal nervousness because tomorrow or in the days ahead we will have to sacrifice more than planned and go much deeper into shedding light on this affair, and this will have political consequences, journalist Brank Geroski said Tuesday evening on Alfa TV.

This government is already suffering political consequences and as a responsible government it must seriously urge the judiciary and law enforcement agencies to deal with real crime, not to scare people, to sow fear in the state and that brings us nothing, we have already seen that movie. We have to learn from our past, says Geroski.

He adds that if this passes today, tomorrow’s attacks will be even more severe and people not involved in anything will be attacked.