There were accusations of corruption and trade in official posts in the Bulgarian Supreme Judicial Council (SJC). Resigning seemed the most natural thing to do for at least two members of the SJC. Not in Bulgaria.
Now one of the alleged members – Ivan Dimov, has said that he will not resign. He says that his name and professional honor have been subjected to an absurd and baseless discrimination over a few private phone calls.
Few private phone calls indeed. Few private discussions. Few private transactions. What is there to resign for?