- With a score of 5.50 goes to an oral interview
- I am satisfied with the result, it was an extremely difficult exam, she told “24 Chasa”.
- We have not seen her in court, her performance is remarkable, experienced lawyers are amazed
The former regional governor of Plovdiv and ex-deputy from GERB Dani Kanazireva is about to wear the prosecutor’s toga. She performed excellently in the written exam conducted last Saturday by the SJC. Candidates had to solve a case study and complete a test. Kanazireva managed the first task with a score of six, and the second – with a score of five, and with a total score of an excellent 5.50 she goes to the oral interview, which is the second part of the competition.
186 people submitted applications for participation in the competition, there were also those who did not appear for the written part, and after that 100 candidates continue. However, there are only 10 places and none of them are in Plovdiv – 4 are in Sofia and one each in Vratsa, Kyustendil, Pazardjik, Ruse, Targovishte and Sliven. In all probability, Kanazireva applied for a place in Sofia and Pazardzhik.
“I do not intend to demonstrate self-confidence. I am satisfied with the grades. This is an extremely difficult criminal law exam. I am not satisfied with the European Union law test, on which I got a 5. I have not stopped developing professionally until this moment,” she commented in front of “24 chasa” Kanazireva. And specified that the full sixes of the case study are only 7, one of which is hers.
She is a lawyer by training and a doctor, but did not practice criminal law.
Her dizzying result spread like lightning through the legal circles in Plovdiv and caused many comments among the penal experts.
“We haven’t seen her in court, and we don’t know if she’s aware of which side of the courtroom the prosecutor is on. Her performance is remarkable, and her success rate exceeds that of some administrative leaders in the court and the prosecution. We wouldn’t be surprised if she was chosen directly for chief prosecutor”, say the comments of established right-wingers.