President (2012-2017), Rosen Plevneliev with his wife Dessi Banova-Plevnelieva in his office, which is legally appointed after the end of his term. It is located in Technical Park Sofia – one of the kits built from it. Picture: Pierre Petrov
The president occupies two adjacent houses Sofia, for which he has the right to life
Villa in Banya was sold to divorce with former wife Juliana, for to cover the cost of separation
What does Plevneliev do after his presidential term – see the table
The President of the Republic (2012-2017), Rosen Plevneliev, gave him all the property of his sons from the previous marriage, Paul and Assen. He transferred four of his five houses, and the fifth in the village of Banya was sold to finance the divorce with his ex-wife, Juliana.
This was announced before Plevneliev, 24 hours ago, to comment on a publication by Bulgaria today for his tax return. According to her, the former head of state left his new family properties in the villages of Chernomorets and Banya. "On the contrary, they are already owned by my sons. I am still a minister in 2009 5 houses – two in" Sofia Park " (complex built by him – bg)one in Greece, one in Chernomorets and one in Banja – built by me, with taxes paid – now I have zero. All the houses I built went to the children – with my will and with the consent of my ex-wife. It's a very intelligent solution – it's not shared and there are no disputes. No one is a secret that I flipped out in 2017 before getting to know Desi. (News Plevneliev announced first and just before "24 hours" in October 2017 – ba) Now I have no properties – like a bird prey, I am, "Plevneliev said yesterday for" 24 hours ".
Currently, he lives in two neighboring houses in Sofia Park, home number 99 and home number 100, with his wife Dessy Banova-Plevnelieva, their son John, who gave birth on October 1st, and her daughter, 7-year-old Joanna . Formally, these attributes belong to Assen and Paul, but according to the donation, Rosen Plevneliev has the right to use them for life.
Who is the President of the Republic for the last 2 years in the period 2012-2017, who today is one of the most critical critics of the current Rumen Radev – "24 hours" gathered the information. "I continue to use what I have worked for throughout my mandate, which is: European development for Bulgaria and the region and the outlook for young people." In my mandate, I created 90,000 jobs for them in the three industries of the future: technology, automotive and outsourcing, "he says.
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