The attacks began a week ago, when the Corpbank was the target of a major attack; then, the country's central bank put Corpbank under control and the government threatened to nationalize the bank if shareholders do not raise its capital.
On Thursday, a representative of the ruling socialist party has indicated that another bank may be also in danger. The First Investment Bank's rate was 18.7 percent in the red during the day on Thursday on the Sofia Stock Exchange and this has triggered a chain reaction causing disinvestment in other financial institutions. On Friday, the bank shares were 20 per cent in the red, and in the afternoon it was announced that all branches of the bank will be closed until Monday. According to the announcement, "a criminal attack" was launched against the bank.
As it turned out, depositors withdrew almost 556 million dollars from the bank within a few hours. Friday evening, the Bulgarian government announced its resignation. Soon after, a statement was issued by the opposition parties declaring that the country needed an immediate IMF loan, and the IMF's "crisis management expertise"; then, the opposition announced that if they win the next general election they adopt reforms and austerity measures demanded by the IMF.
It is clear that the recent attacks on Bulgaria's financial institutions carried out by the Atlanticists; the country's controlled opposition actively supporting the plans of the IMF and other globalist interest groups to bring the country firmly under their control.
Bulgaria has recently suspended the construction work on the South Stream pipeline due to unbearable pressure from Brussels; then, the head of the ruling Socialist party announced that the country's political parties agreed on an early parliamentary elections held on October 5.
In addition to the EU's economic pressure, demonstrations are widespread in Bulgaria's major cities demanding the resignation of the government; in other words, in Bulgaria the same terms and conditions exist as in Ukraine, which resulted the removal of the democratically elected government by western funded opposition groups.
(hidfo.net – hungarianambiance.com)