The NGO claimed that Delyan Peevski does not meet the legal requirements for eligibility for the European Parliament on 26th of May - ‘living in Bulgaria or another EU member country in the last 6 months”. The chairman of the court committee was the judge Nina Doktorova – she retorted the charges of the NGO close to the fugitive banker Tsvetan Vassilev.
The organization complained against the attempt of the Central Election Committee (CEC) to reject the warning that Peevski does not meet the legal requirements for eligibility for the European Parliament on 26th of May.There was a second appeal of the NGO to the Administrative Court that CEC hasn’t checked whether the candidate for MEP lives in any of the EU member countries.
The resolution of the court on its official webpage states that the nominations not only of Peevski, but also of any other candidate have been examined and they all meet the requirements for the EU elections on the 26th of May. The verdict is final and an appeal cannot be made.