(REUTERS/BTV via Reuters TV )
VIVAnews - Speech leader of the ethnic Turkish party in Bulgaria became tense when a man suddenly went on stage and hold up a gun to his head. Lucky, he was successfully arrested and no one was hurt.
Reported by Reuters, Ahmed Dogan, chairman of the Party of Rights and Freedoms (MRF) managed to escape from death when two shots were released into the temple did not explode. Immediately, security personnel draw actors and beat to a pulp.
Some party members also do not want to miss kill the perpetrator. In the tape, the perpetrator's face was bleeding from the butt so the politicians.
The incident occurred on Saturday, January 19, 2013 at a conference held by the MRF, the party representing the ethnic Turkish and Muslim citizens amounting to 12 percent of the population of Bulgaria. Most Muslims have long settled in Bulgaria, since the reign of the Ottoman Caliphate.
In the investigation, it is known that the perpetrators named Oktay Enimehmedov, ethnic Turks from the city of Burgas on the Black Sea. Police said he used a pistol harmless gas. He also brought two knives in action.
Male 25 years under sentence of five years in prison due to hooliganism and over six years for death threat. Not yet known what the motive Enihmehmedov.
MRF has accused police and security officers negligent protect Dogan. "The ultimate goal should be an investigation to find out who the political mastermind behind this attack," said Lyutvi Mestan, newly elected chairman of the MRF in the conference.
Previously, politically motivated attacks had occurred in Bulgaria. In 1996, former Bulgarian Prime Minister Andrei Lukanov was found shot dead near his home in Sofia. (umi)