BULGARIA, Bulgaria — Bulgaria’s parliament has condemned an alleged breach of parliamentary rules by the country’s parliamentarian who is charged with distributing pornographic images of women in public.
The Parliament in late March called for a parliamentary inquiry into allegations of an unauthorized distribution of images of nude women, according to the countrys justice ministry.
The minister for justice, Zoltan Zovkovic, said that the alleged breaches of the rules are unacceptable and the ministry will investigate.
The investigation has not yet begun, Zovlac said in a statement released Tuesday.
The investigation into the distribution of such pictures is ongoing, he said.