SOFIA (Reuters) – Bulgaria will release Jock Palfreeman from an immigration detention center on Tuesday, more than three weeks after a court granted parole to the Australian convicted of murder, a senior interior ministry official said.
“Palfreeman will be released from the center later today. He will have to show up at an interior ministry office once a week until a ban to leave the country, issued back in 2011, is lifted,” the head of the Interior Ministry’s migration unit, Nikolay Nikolov, told reporters.
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Palfreeman’s parole angered nationalist politicians in the Balkan country and has prompted the chief prosecutor to ask for a review of the ruling by the country’s highest court, which now has two months come up with a decision.
The case has strained relations between Bulgaria...
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