Law On The National Guard Service

Original Language Title: Закон за Националната служба за охрана

Read the untranslated law here: http://parliament.bg/bg/laws/ID/15267/

Name of the law, law on the national guard service of the Name Bill Bill for National Guard service acceptance date 29/05/2015 number/year Official Gazette 61/2015 Decree No 157

On the grounds of art. 98, paragraph 4 of the Constitution of the Republic of Bulgaria

I DECLARE:

To be published in the Official Gazette the law for national security, adopted by the National Assembly on 29 HLÌÌI July 2015.

Issued in Sofia on 31 July 2015.

The President of the Republic: Rosen Plevneliev

Stamped with the State seal.

Minister of Justice: Hristo Ivanov

LAW

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Chapter one

GENERAL

Art. 1. This law governs the Organization and activities of the Office of national security, command and control and the status of its employees.

Art. 2. The activities of the Office of national security is an element of the activities for the protection of national security, aimed at ensuring the safety of those specified in this law persons, objects and events.

Art. 3. National Guard Service carries out its activities based on the following basic principles:

1. compliance with the Constitution, laws and international treaties to which the Republic of Bulgaria is a party;

2. respect for the rights and freedoms of citizens and their dignity;

3. political neutrality;

4. the undivided authority in governance;

5. continuity of security;

6. interaction with the State bodies, bodies of local self-government, legal and natural persons as well as with the relevant authorities and organisations in other countries.

Art. 4. in the performance of their duties members of the National Guard service are physically inviolable and are under the protection of the law.

Chapter two

AND DEVICE STATUS

Art. 5. (1) National Guard service is a specialized civil service became militarized to the President of the Republic.

(2) National Guard service is a legal person with headquarters in Sofia, and her head was major officer by budget.

Art. 6. (1) the basic structural units and the total numerical composition of the national security service shall be approved by the President of the Republic on the proposal of its Chief.

(2) the functions and tasks of the structural units of the national guard service, including those that carry out financial control on the formation and use of the Office's budget shall be determined by the regulation for implementation of the law.

Chapter three

GUIDANCE AND CONTROL

Art. 7. The President of the Republic carries out general guidance and control over the activities of the Office of national security, such as:

1. shall appoint and dismiss the Chief of the Office after consultation with the Council of Ministers and Deputy Heads – on a proposal from the head of the Office;

2. approve the main structural units and the total numerical composition;

3. honors officers with higher commissions.

Art. 8. (1) National Guard service is headed by a Chief, who is responsible for the overall activities of the Office.

(2) the Chief of the Office may be appointed a person who:

1. There are only Bulgarian citizenship;

2. is there a higher education with educational qualification degree "master";

3. has 10 years of professional experience in the security services or the public order, of which at least 5 years in a managerial position;

4. has not been convicted of an indictable offence intentionally, regardless of rehabilitation, and not release from criminal liability for intentional crimes of a general nature;

5. it is not deprived of the right to occupy certain State Office;

6. is authorized to access classified information classified "top secret";

7. do not belong to political parties or coalitions or organizations with political goals;

8. it is not a sole proprietor, partner, Director, Company Secretary or a member of the supervisory boards, management boards or boards of Directors, or the supervisory bodies of commercial companies, cooperatives or non-profit organizations that are engaged in business activities;

9. it is not employed with an employment or service, except for the implementation of teaching or scientific research;

10. check of belonging to State security and intelligence services of the Bulgarian people's army under the law for access and disclosure of the documents and announcement of the affiliation of Bulgarian citizens to the State security and intelligence services of the Bulgarian people's army, and the result of the examination was named under the same law.

 (3) the Chief of the national guard service is appointed by the President of the Republic by Decree, after consultation with the Council of Ministers for a period of 5 years. After expiry of this period, the head of the Office may again be reappointed to the same position for a period of 5 years.

(4) the authority of the Chief of the national guard service are terminated early by the President of the Republic: 1. at his request;

2. in the age of age limit under art. 160 of the law on defence and the armed forces of the Republic of Bulgaria;

3. in the case of de facto inability to perform his duties for more than 6 months;

4. in the case of incompatibility with the requirements under paragraph 1. (2);

5. upon the entry into force of the Act, with established conflict of interest under the law for the prevention and detection of conflicts of interest;

6. in case of a serious infringement or systematic non-performance of duties, as well as in actions that tarnish the prestige of the Office of national security;

7. in the event of the death or imprisonment.

(5) within one month from the termination of the authority of the Chief, the President of the Republic appointed by decree a new Chief after consultation with the Council of Ministers.

(6) the appointment of a new Chief of the Office's powers shall be implemented by the Deputy Chief of the National Guard, appointed by the President of the Republic.

Art. 9. The Chief of the national guard service:

1. carry out the direct command and control of the activities of the Office;

2. to represent the National Guard service;

3. organize and maintain development in readiness for the implementation plan to bring the National Guard service to work in wartime, mobilization plan, ensuring the implementation of measures in implementation of the voennovremenen plan and activity plan for disasters;

4. organize the interaction with the State bodies, bodies of local self-government, legal and natural persons as well as with the relevant authorities and organizations in other countries;

5. approve the classification of posts under art. 38, para. 1 and the official schedule of the Office;

6. compiles and offers project budget and allocate budget to National Guard service, oversaw financial and logistics and supervise the activities of materialnootgovornite persons;

7. manage human resources, vocational training of employees and is an authority on the appointment of civil servants;

8. responsible for providing a legal Office;

9. directs the implementation of social policy in the Office;

10. declares its category list information, subject to classification as confidential of the field of activity of the Office;

11. responsible for the management of State property, granted by the Office;

12. to manage the activity of international cooperation;

13. submit to the President of the Republic and the Council of Ministers an annual report on the activities of the Office;

14. shall inform the President of the Republic and the Prime Minister at their request or on its own initiative, on matters within the competence of the Office;

15. is accountable to the National Assembly;

16. perform such other functions as may be determined by law.

Art. 10. (1) the Chief of the national guard service in the performance of its functions, is assisted by two Deputy Chiefs.

(2) the Chief of the national guard service with order powers delegated to their deputies and defines their functions.

(3) in the absence of the Chief National Guard service is replaced by appointed by him with a Deputy head.

(4) in the exercise of his powers the Chief of National Guard Service issued instructions, orders, dispositions and other acts provided for in the law.

Art. 11. (1) the Deputy Heads of the national security service shall be appointed by Decree of the President of the Republic on the proposal of the head of the Office.

(2) The Deputy Head of the Office may be appointed a person who satisfies the requirements of art. 8, al. 2.

(3) the authority of the Deputy Head of the national security service shall be terminated early by the President of the Republic on the proposal of the head of the Office under the terms of art. 8, al. 4.

(4) Deputy Heads and heads of structural units of the national guard service within their designated functional competence issue orders and injunctions.

Art. 12. The National Assembly exercises control over the activities of the Office of national security in accordance with the Constitution of the Republic of Bulgaria through a Standing Committee.

Chapter four

MAIN FUNCTIONS AND ACTIVITIES

Art. 13. The main functions of the National Guard are:

1. forecasting and detection of threats to the safety of protected persons and objects;

2. preventing violations and crossing of the protected persons and objects;

3. ensure the safety of protected persons in the places of their residence, and during the journey;

4. ensuring the safety of restricted sites;

5. ensure within the limits of their jurisdiction of organization and functioning of the special communications of protected persons;

6. ensure protection of protected persons and objects restricted, provided disaster of war under military or other emergency.


Art. 14. (1) for the performance of the functions of art. 13 and within the limits of their jurisdiction, national guard service:

1. establish and maintain arrangements necessary to ensure the safety of protected persons in the places of their residence, and remove the obstacles to the implementation of the security;

2. organizes and conducts technical and other activities necessary to ensure the safety of protected persons and objects restricted;

3. provides specialized transport;

4. If necessary arrange escort, piloting or escort vehicles of the protected persons in compliance with the requirements of the law on road traffic;

5. set up and maintain surveillance systems, alarm and security at restricted sites;

6. organize and conduct activities and events, including interlocutory-technical, for the construction and improvement of the means and systems of communication of protected persons and objects restricted, ensuring their reliability and information security;

7. organizes and conducts in the places of residence of protected persons security-technically, radioactive, chemical and sanitary-hygienic controls as well as controls on food and drink intended for human consumption from the protected persons;

8. provide information and analytical activity in security;

9. ensure the control of the activity and safety of their employees;

10. interact and cooperate with State bodies, bodies of local self-government, legal and natural persons as well as with the relevant authorities and organizations in other countries;

11. carry out research, selection, screening for psychological fitness, initial and ongoing training, including initial training, as well as increasing the qualification of its employees;

12. ensure the logistics its activity;

13. transport provides its activities and carry out servicing and maintenance of specialized cars and other motor vehicles;

14. ensure the transport activity of the administration of the President of the Republic;

15. manage the property and movable property;

16. carry out recording, photographing and sound equipment, audio recording and video taping during public events with the participation of the protected person.

(2) other functions and activities can be assigned to National Guard service only by law.

Chapter five

SECURITY ACTIVITY

Section I

Types of security

Art. 15. (1) a Security under this Act includes:

1. personal security of persons as defined in this Act;

2. security of sites;

3. security of events;

4. specialized transport.

(2) the types of security referred to in paragraph 1. 1 can be applied individually or in combination in the cases specified in this law.

Art. 16. (1) Personal guard is an activity of protection of life, physical integrity, health and dignity of a person from unlawful resistance attacks, their prevention and crossing, with which he performs safety guidelines prescribed by the national guard or by the employee.

(2) The protected person shall provide information on the threat to his safety.

Art. 17. (1) the Security object is obstructing the activity illegal infiltration of persons in the restricted objects work and residence of protected persons, as well as the direct impingement against them.

(2) the activities referred to in paragraph 1. 1 may include the introduction of arrangements for the admission of persons and vehicles, as well as for the submission of articles into a guarded object.

Art. 18. (1) the activities of security events is a complex of actions to protect the secure sites and to ensure the safety of protected persons in their participation in mass events or activities with a short temper.

(2) the activities referred to in paragraph 1. 1 be carried out individually or jointly with other competent public authorities, legal persons and other citizens in order to ensure the smooth and peaceful conduct of mass events or activities with a short temper.

(3) where the information for the event you did at work less than 24 hours before its beginning, the operation guard under para. 1 shall not apply in full volume.

Art. 19. (1) the specialized transport is an activity on the guard, organized and carried out in a specific way, for safe, unimpeded and timely transport of persons designated by this Act.

(2) Motor vehicles used for the specialized transport, have a special regime of movement, constitute a special equipment for security purposes or they are further embedded components and/or elements to enhance security.

(3) in carrying out the activities referred to in paragraph 1. 1 can applies and escorting, piloting or escorts.

Section Ii

Protected persons

 Art. 20. (1) the President, Chairman of the National Assembly and the Prime Minister in the country are provided with all kinds of security.

(2) when travelling abroad to the President, the President of the National Assembly and the Prime Minister is assured personal security and, where appropriate, special transportation, as the scope of security shall comply with the requirements of the host country.

(3) the Vice President provides security of residence and employment, as well as personal guards and specialized transport in the country. When travelling abroad, ensuring personal security and, if necessary, and specialized transport.

(4) the Attorney General in the country provide personal security detail and specialized transport and, when travelling abroad and, if necessary, personal security.

(5) during its mandate, the persons referred to in para. 1 cannot renounce their security and comply with safety measures, implemented by the National Guard.

(6) The representatives of another country with the rank equivalent to the rank of the persons referred to in para. 1, the heads of international organizations and institutions to visit in the Republic of Bulgaria provides security, taking into account the scope of the security measures implemented in the country, organization or institution.

(7) in the complicated environment of security or a specific threat on the decision of the Commission under art. 23 of the persons referred to in para. 3, 4 and 6 shall be provided and other types of security.

(8) in case of war, martial law or State of emergency, in addition to the persons referred to in para. 1, 3 and 4, providing security and members of the Supreme high command under art. 114 of the law on defence and the armed forces of the Republic of Bulgaria.

Art. 21. (1) a specialized transportation in peacetime shall be provided on:

1. the members of the Council of Ministers, the members of the Constitutional Court, the Vice-Presidents of the National Assembly, the President of the Supreme Court, the President of the Supreme Administrative Court, the Ombudsman, the Mayor of the capital city;

2. persons occupied the posts of National Assembly President or Prime Minister – up to 4 years after their release from Office.

(2) The persons who have been Presidents of the Republic of Bulgaria shall provide security under the conditions and pursuant to the law on the rights of persons who have been Presidents of the Republic of Bulgaria.

(3) in the case of complicated security environment for the decision of the Commission under art. 23 of the persons referred to in para. 1 and 2 are provided and other types of security.

(4) special transportation is provided and the representatives of another State, international organization or institution with the rank equivalent to the rank of the persons referred to in para. 1 and 2, when you are visiting in the Republic of Bulgaria.

Art. 22. (1) when a specific threat of the face in peace time by decision of the Commission under art. 23 security is ensured:

1. the persons under art. 21, para. 1 and 2;

2. MPs;

3. members of the families of the persons under art. 20, para. 1;

4. other persons related to national security, to which the attempt would undermine, weaken or create difficulties for power in the Republic.

 (2) The representatives of another State, international organization or institution with the rank equivalent to the rank of the persons referred to in para. 1, paragraphs 1 and 2 shall provide security in cases where the security service of the sending State has provided written information about the presence of the endangerment of the foreign guest or request for the appointment of certain types of security.

(3) on the proposal of the President of the Republic, the President of the National Assembly, the Prime Minister or the Minister of Foreign Affairs of officials of another State, international organization or institution and the heads of delegations to the special importance of the country provides specialized transport and/or personal security.

(4) the persons referred to in para. 1 can give up temporarily, in whole or in part by security guards after the signing of the Declaration in a form approved by the Chief of the National Guard.

Art. 23. (1) the existence of complicated security environment or a particular threat under art. 20, para. 7, art. 21, para. 3 and art. 22, as well as in the cases under art. 26, al. 1, the type, extent and duration of the guard, the amendment of the scope and termination of security shall be determined by decision of the Commission.

(2) the Commission shall consist of a President-the head of the national guard service, and members: the President of the State National Security Agency and the Secretary of the Interior Ministry.

(3) if necessary, following a decision by the Commission in its work participate as members the heads of Military service information "and the" Intelligence Agency ".

(4) the procedure for the convening of meetings of the Commission and its work shall be determined by the regulation for implementation of the law.

(5) where, in the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the State Agency for national security, structures, subordinate to the Secretary of Defense, other government bodies and bodies of local self-government do data or information relating to the performance of the functions of the national security service, they submit them to the Office.

(6) the information exchange and interaction between the authorities and bodies referred to in paragraph 5 settles with joint instructions.


Art. 24. (1) the heads of Bulgarian foreign representations received on the decision of the Security Council.

(2) at the request of a public body or a political party represented in Parliament or in the European Parliament, and in the presence of a possible National Guard service provides relevant in type and duration of security relevant socio-political events with the participation of the persons protected by the Office.

(3) if necessary, and the presence of possible National Guard service provides for the temporary use of motor vehicles of the National Assembly, the Council of Ministers and foreign guests and accompanying officials from other departments in the country.

(4) the costs incurred in al. 1 – 3 are recovered in the budget of the national guard service by order, determined by the regulation for implementation of the law.

Section Iii

Secure sites

Art. 25. (1) National Guard service guarded objects and areas adjacent to them, in which the person resides of security under this law.

(2) The security shall be subject to and objects provided to National Guard service for the implementation of this law defined in functions or where it is entrusted under the law or any other Act of the Council of Ministers.

(3) National Guard Service apply special security measures in the construction of technical security, for the maintenance and repair in the objects under para. 1 and 2.

(4) National Guard service can protect expatriate services together with other representations of the Republic of Bulgaria referred to in the list adopted by decision of the Council of Ministers.

Art. 26. (1) in an increased degree of endangerment of a guarded object the Commission under art. 23 may decide in its immediate vicinity to be designated a restricted area, benefiting with secure mode object in which access to be restricted or banned.

(2) the boundaries of the safe area under para. 1 shall be marked in an appropriate and comprehensible to the citizens.

Chapter six

POWERS OF OFFICERS AND NCOS

Art. 27. (1) the functions and activities under art. 13 and art. 14, para. 1 shall be implemented by the national environmental guard service.

(2) where it is necessary for the performance of specific tasks by the security guard of objects or events, from the national environmental guard service give written or verbal orders.

(3) failing to give orders under para. 2, they may be carried out through actions, whose meaning is understood by the persons concerned or to which they are directed.

(4) the Provisions under para. 2 and 3 are mandatory for execution unless the render obvious to face a felony.

(5) Orders issued in writing, be served against signature of the person who is addressed. The refusal or inability of the person to receive the orders issued in written form, shall be certified by the signature of a witness.

(6) Orders may be appealed pursuant to the administrative code. An appeal shall not suspend the execution of the order.

Art. 28. In the course of their duties from the national environmental guard service identify themselves with a badge and sign, established by an act of its Chief.

Art. 29. (1) for the implementation of the security officers and sergeants from the national guard service may require information from State bodies, bodies of local self-government, from legal and physical persons in compliance with the requirements of the law on the protection of classified information and the law on the protection of personal data.

(2) the authorities and persons referred to in para. 1 provide the requested information and are required to assist the officers and sergeants from the national guard service for the performance of their assigned tasks in this Act on the guard of persons, objects, or events.

(3) the information referred to in para. 1 and 2 is processed, analyzed, stored and destroyed by order of the Chief of the national guard service, in compliance with the requirements of the law on the protection of classified information and the law on the protection of personal data.

Art. 30. (1) for the performance of its tasks under this Act from the national environmental guard service may carry out and checks on objects and substances.

(2) to prevent encroachment on the life, physical integrity, health or dignity of the protected person, as well as to ensure neobezpokoâvanoto implementation of environmental activities by the National Guard can check:

1. identity documents;

2. baggage, cargo, vehicles and s″provoditelnite documents;

3. objects.

(3) the verification shall be carried out in a way that undermines not honour and dignity of citizens.

(4) to carry out the activity of security officers and sergeants from the national guard service can build and use technical devices or systems, including:

1. observation and capture, the captured material shall be used only for:

a) clarification of the circumstances surrounding the invasion of guarded person or guarded object;

(b) establishment of improperly performed) monitoring of protected person or the secure site;

in) the objectives of the vocational training in the Office;

2. radio interference when necessary and provided that they do not break down air, maritime or river navigation;

3. Security-technical checks.

Art. 31. (1) in order to establish compliance with the requirements of the regulations of the food and drink intended for consumption by the protected persons, officers and sergeants have the right to: 1. take samples and samples of food and drink and to outsource their research and analysis of the accredited laboratories;

2. verify compliance with the good manufacturing practice within the meaning of the Food Act;

3. monitor and control over all stages of the preparation of food and drink.

(2) in the established nonconformities in al. 1 notify the head of the national guard service or an official authorised by him.

Art. 32. (1) the Chief of the national guard service establishes special requirements, the type, the class and the number of means of transport with which the specialized transport under art. 19, and the special security measures related to the acquisition, storage, mode of operation and their service.

(2) to ensure the security of specialised cars National Guard Service carries out their customer service and support in your own garage and garage and carried out checks at their technical condition. The Chief of the national guard service determines the order for the use of specialized services in the first sentence by third parties.

Art. 33. (1) in the performance of its tasks by the national environmental guard service used personal protective and protective equipment.

(2) the procedure for the use of the resources of the Al. 1, their type and the posts to which they shall be determined by the regulation for implementation of the law.

Art. 34. (1) in the performance of his duties by the national environmental guard service may use physical force, special AIDS, techniques and tricks only when it is absolutely necessary to:

1. attacks against guarded person or an employee of the Office of national security at or on the occasion of the performance of its functions under this Act;

2. attacks on objects of art. 25 and 26;

3. counter or refusal to execute a legal injunction;

4. retention of threatening security person who does not obey the injunction or resisted the officer from the National Guard on or on the occasion of the performance of its functions under this Act.

(2) physical force, AIDS, special techniques and methods can be used after the warning, except in cases of sudden attack.

(3) processing AIDS are: ropes, handcuffs, batons and electric shock and other gadgets; smoke; chemical substances, approved by the Minister of health; blanks, rubber bullets or plastic plugs or shock bullets; devices for forced stopping of vehicles; devices for open spaces, light and sound effects; armoured vehicles.

(4) the procedure for the use of assistive devices is determined by an act of the Chief of the National Guard.

(5) when using physical force, AIDS, special techniques and environmental techniques by National Guard service are obliged to take all necessary measures not to endanger the life and health of citizens.

(6) the use of physical force, AIDS, special techniques and techniques is suspended immediately after achieving the purpose of the measure.

(7) it shall be prohibited to use physical force, special AIDS, techniques and methods in terms of visible minors and pregnant women. The ban does not apply in the case of a riot, in which there is imminent danger to the life of a guarded person, when all other means have been exhausted.

Art. 35. (1) in the performance of his duties by the national environmental guard service can use weapons only when it is absolutely necessary:

1. in the case of armed attack or threat with a weapon directed against persons and objects protected;

2. to prevent the abduction or the cessation of the illegal detention of a guarded person;

3. crossing of terrorist or other public-hazardous acts with possible severe consequences;

4. after the warning in the detention of a person, when it turns out armed resistance;

5. to stop the vehicle by its deterioration, when his driver creates a real threat to the safety of the protected persons or objects or danger to the life and health of people.


(2) the officers and sergeants from the national guard service when using weapons are required to do everything necessary to protect the life of the person against whom it is directed, and the weapon does not endanger the life and health of other persons.

(3) the officers and sergeants suspended use of the weapon immediately after achieving the legitimate goal.

(4) after using the weapons officer or sergeant shall draw up a report.

Art. 36. (1) in the performance of the tasks assigned by the national environmental guard service detain a person, where:

1. has committed an encroachment against the guarded object or person secured;

2. with your actions or carried him objects creates a real danger to protected person or object or in a secure area under art. 26 and have exhausted all other legal means.

(2) in the cases referred to in para. 1 from the national environmental guard service may carry out a personal search in a way that undermines not honor and dignity of the detainee. A search can be carried out only by a person who belongs to the gender of the obiskiraniâ.

(3) upon detention of a person under subsection. 1 from the national environmental guard service shall immediately notify the competent police authorities, in the cases referred to in para. 1, item 1 inform and Prosecutor's Office. Until the arrival of the police authorities of the person arrested is temporarily limited the right of free movement.

(4) The person arrested is performed a medical examination.

(5) the detainee has the right to a phone call to report the detention.

 (6) upon the transfer of the detainee to the competent police authorities shall be drawn up, containing: 1. first, middle, and last name of the author and his Office;

2. date of drawing up of the Protocol;

3. time, date and place of detention;

4. a description of the circumstances in which the person has been detained;

5. Description of objects which are found at the detainee, if a search is carried out;

6. the names of the arrested person, pin/PNF, permanent or current address;

7. the explanations or objections to the detainee, if made available;

8. first, middle, and last name, social security number, permanent or present address of witnesses, in the presence of such;

9. signature of the author.

 (7) the Protocol shall be drawn up in three copies, according to the author, the police authority and the detainee, then face and al. 6, item 5, shall be transmitted to the police authority.

 (8) the procedure for the exercise of implementing powers conferred on the holding shall be determined by instructions of the head of the National Guard, and those related to the implementation of the interaction between the officers and sergeants from the National Guard and police forces shall be determined by instructions issued jointly by the Minister of the Interior and the Chief of the Office.

Art. 37. (1) in carrying out their tasks under this law, the national guard service interacts with the authorities of the Executive and the judiciary in the order specified in the instructions of the respective cooperative leaders.

(2) the officers and sergeants from the national guard service have no police powers.

Chapter seven

RELATIONSHIPS OF EMPLOYEES

Art. 38. (1) the officers of the National Guard are:

1. officers and sergeants from the national guard service;

2. civil servants under the civil service;

3. persons working in an employment relationship.

(2) the officers referred to in para. 1, item 2 and 3 perform functions related to the insurance activities of the Office, other than those referred to in art. 13 and art. 14, para. 1. At its discretion, the Chief of the national guard service determines the posts occupied by staff members under para. 1, item 1, for the performance of functions other than those referred to in art. 13 and art. 14, para. 1. (3) the origin, contents, amendment and termination of service of the officers and sergeants from the national guard service are governed by that law.

(4) the origin, content, modification and termination of service of civil servants under para. 1, item 2 shall be governed by the law on civil servants.

(5) the rights and obligations of persons working under an employment relationship shall be governed under the conditions and pursuant to the labour code, in so far as this Act does not provide otherwise.

Art. 39. (1) for officers and sergeants in National Guard service are accepted only adults with Bulgarian citizenship who fulfil the General and specific requirements for age, education, psychological fitness, professional training and qualification, after a competition, under conditions and by an order determined by the regulation for implementation of the law.

(2) Candidates for officers and sergeants must meet the following requirements:

1. to have higher education degree with not less than Bachelor's degree – for officers, and secondary or higher education – for sergeants;

2. they are not older than 34 years – for the officers and NCOs for 32 years – except for the posts designated by the Chief of the national guard service;

3. to support the direction of activity, which shall be established by the authorities of the Academy voennomedicinskite Voennomedicinskata;

4. they must have appropriate psychological, which is determined by a specialized unit of the National Guard by providing psychological, or on the basis of concluded agreements with institutions or agencies entitled to conduct psychological research.

(3) are not appointed for officers and sergeants persons:

1. been convicted of an indictable offence intentionally, whether rehabilitation or exempt from criminal liability for deliberately committed an indictable offence by imposing an administrative penalty under art. 78 a of the Penal Code;

2. borrowed as defendants or defendants for intentionally an indictable offence;

3. denied the right to exercise a profession or activity when this is necessary for the performance of the post for which you are applying.

(4) the appointment of officials in national guard service is performed when the applicant meets the requirements set out in art. 7 of the law on civil servants and, under the conditions and pursuant to the same law.

(5) For employment shall be appointed only adults with Bulgarian citizenship, for which there are no circumstances under para. 3.

(6) on posts for which authorization is required for access to classified information may only be appointed persons received appropriate permission.

(7) the requirement under subsection. 2, item 2 does not apply to persons whose service as soldiers in the service of security or public order is suspended until a year before applying for a job in the National Guard.

Art. 40. The Chief of the National Guard within the established classification of the posts under art. 38, para. 1 and the official schedule of the Office shall determine the degrees within the scope of a title of an officer or sergeant.

Art. 41. (1) The officers and sergeants from the National Guard are not allowed to belong to political parties, movements and coalitions with political objectives, to develop or participate in any form in political activity, carry out propaganda, agitation and take action that violates their political neutrality.

(2) the officers referred to in para. 1 do not have the right to trade union action and strike.

(3) the officers referred to in para. 1 may refuse the performance of his duties at religious, atheistic, political and ideological motives.

(4) civil servants and persons working in employment relationship may not carry out political activities or to express political views on the place of work. They can create and join trade unions. They have no right to an effective strike.

Art. 42. (1) the officers and sergeants from the national guard service may not perform any other service unless specified in this law.

(2) the officers referred to in para. 1 may not carry out activities incompatible with their Office.

(3) inconsistent with service in the national guard service are:

1. registering as a sole proprietor, a partner in a trading company, Manager, sales representative, sales representative, Procurator, liquidator, trustee, Member of the management or supervisory bodies of a company or cooperative;

2. marketing activity – besides owning shares in a public limited-liability companies or participation in agricultural cooperative;

3. work with an employment or other service, as well as a civil contract, except for the conduct of teaching, research, or creative activity sportnos″stezatelna;

4. the activity of security, transportation and other services beyond national guard service;

5. the holding of a public office or carrying out public activity.

Art. 43. Incompatibility with the Office of the national guard service is present and:

1. in case of violation of the prohibitions referred to in art. 41;

2. when an official of the national guard service under art. 38, para. 1 in the hierarchical relationship of command and control in other servant under art. 38, para. 1, as a spouse, relative in a straight line without restrictions, collateral relatives up to the fourth degree inclusive, or by affinity up to the second degree inclusive.

Art. 44. (1) Employees are required to declare under the law on the prevention and identification of conflict of interest any private interest, which are in connection with the functions of structural unit that employs.

(2) Employees shall not participate in discussing and making decisions when they or related persons are interested in the relevant decision or when they have relations with stakeholders, giving rise to reasonable doubts about their impartiality.

(3) in the cases referred to in para. 2 employees in writing notify the head of the National Guard.

Art. 45. Legal relations with the staff of the Office of national security arise on the basis of:


1. an order of the head of the Office for the appointment, which assigns officers ' or seržantsko title – for officers and NCOs;

2. an order of the head of the Office for appointment under the Act for civil servants;

3. a contract of employment concluded with the Chief of the Office – for persons working with an employment relationship.

Art. 46. (1) the order under art. 45, paragraph 1 shall be issued in writing and shall contain:

1. the legal basis for the appointment;

2. full name and single civil naznačavanoto number;

3. the title of the post, of which the person is appointed, and the title is assigned to him;

4. the amount of the basic remuneration and additional remuneration of permanent nature;

5. date and signature of the person issuing the order.

(2) the order may be determined the location and nature of the work, as well as additional terms and conditions related to the specifics of the job.

(3) the person appointed meets against signature with the order under paragraph 1. 1. Art. 47. (1) where an officer or Sergeant is appointed for the first time serving in National Guard service, within one year from the date of entering the service, the head of the Office may terminate service without notice.

(2) the period referred to in para. 1 does not run over the time during which the officer or sergeant was in the statutory holidays.

Art. 48. (1) in appointing officers and sergeants in National Guard service shall make a declaration of their assets and income, as well as the absence of circumstances referred to in art. 41, para. 1-3, art. 42 and 43, and persons working in employment relationship – assets and for the absence of circumstances referred to in art. 41, para. 4 and art. the 43 samples, approved by the Chief of the National Guard.

(2) each year until April 30, the officers referred to in para. 1 submit a declaration of his assets and income in a form approved by the Chief of the National Guard, and in the event of a change in circumstance under art. 39, para. 3 and 4, art. 41, 42 and 43, file a return within 7 days of the change.

(3) civil servants in National Guard Service declared State property pursuant to art. 29, para. 3 of the law on civil servants.

Art. 49. (1) the inauguration happens within 10 days from the date of introduction to the order of appointment, which shall be certified in writing. Service arises from the day of the inauguration.

(2) Before the inauguration the officer or Sergeant is required to take the oath reads as follows: "I swear in the performance of the Office in the National Guard to observe the Constitution and laws of the Republic of Bulgaria and to execute their duties in good faith in accordance with the interests of the State. I swore I'd! ".

(3) being sworn in shall be certified by the signature of the sacramental form.

(4) If an employee has been appointed for good reasons not sworn or not took office within the time limit referred to in paragraph 1. 1, the head of the national guard service sets with a new deadline for intervention.

Art. 50. (1) in case of refusal to take an oath or to sign the declarations under art. 48, para. 1 within the time limit under art. 49, para. 4, the appointed officers and sergeants do not enter into position, and the order is repealed.

(2) an employment contract is concluded not with a candidate who refuses to sign the declarations under art. 48, para. 1. Art. 51. (1) upon appointment of service in the national guard service of employees under art. 38, para. 1, item 1 is assigned to the following ranks:

1. Sergeant ranks:

Junior Sergeant.

Sergeant.

Senior Sergeant.

Petty Officer.

Chief Petty Officer 1st class –.

Chief Petty Officer 2nd class –.

2. Junior Officer ranks:

Lieutenant.

Senior Lieutenant.

Captain.

3. the Senior Officer ranks:

Major.

Lieutenant Colonel.

Colonel.

4. the Senior Officer ranks:

Brigadier General.

Major-General.

Lieutenant-General.

(2) the Chief of the Office assigns titles under para. 1, item 1 – 3, increases and decreases in the title.

(3) in appointing officers and sergeants in National Guard service that have been assigned the ranks on this or other laws, declaring them not less than holdings rank.

(4) Limit for the posts and ranks the deadline for proslužvane in each rank are determined by the Chief of the National Guard.

Art. 52. (1) for the heroism shown or achieved high results in the professional work environmental may be promoted to the rank of early.

(2) Officers, died in or on the occasion of the performance of their duties, may be promoted posthumously to the rank of a notch, and NCOs can be assigned the first officer rank.

Art. 53. (1) for each employee in the Office of national security shall be drawn up and lead the case ex officio.

(2) the conditions and procedures for drawing up, keeping and storing of service work, as well as for the provision of documents by him shall be determined by the regulation for implementation of the law.

Chapter eight

CONTENT OF THE RELATIONSHIP

Section I

General

Art. 54. in the performance of his duties by the national environmental guard service bear arms on order by the head of the Office.

Art. 55. (1) the performance of duties in the national guard service is based on the principles of legality, loyalty, responsibility, stability, political impartiality, hierarchical subordination and undivided authority.

(2) in the performance of their duties the officers of the national guard service are subject only to the Constitution, the law and the orders of their superiors.

(3) Employees are required to protect classified information constituting State or professional secrecy, as well as information about privacy of protected person and of his family, became known to them or on the occasion of the performance of their official duties.

(4) Employees are not allowed to make statements on behalf of the national guard service except with the express consent of its head.

Art. 56. (1) the officers of the national guard service are required to perform their duties conscientiously and impartially precisely in accordance with the Constitution and the laws.

(2) the professional obligations of employees shall be established in their job description.

(3) in the course of their duties in the public and private employees are required to have behavior consistent with the ethical code of the officers of the National Guard.

Art. 57. (1) the officers of the national guard service can associate to the implementation of activities of mutual interest outside of his duties. These activities are carried out outside the opening hours and cannot prejudice the preparation, discipline and not to disrupt the established order and edinonačalieto in the National Guard.

(2) Associations under para. 1 may not have as its object the activities under art. 14.

(3) Associations under para. 1 may belong in relevant international organizations.

(4) for the creation of associations under para. 1 notify the head of the National Guard.

Art. 58. (1) when an officer or a sergeant in the National Guard service as an independent candidate for President or Vice President, for mp, a member of the European Parliament, for a mayor or municipal councillor of the service execution is interrupted and the relationship with the employee is governed in accordance with the electoral code.

(2) where a person referred to in paragraph 1. 1 is selected for the President or Vice President, for mp, a member of the European Parliament, the Minister or the Mayor, after the termination of his authority shall be repaid to the previous position, if within 14 days of termination stated explicitly his desire to the Chief of the National Guard.

Art. 59. (1) the officers and sergeants from the national guard service are obliged at any time of the day to be available for the performance of their duties.

(2) the requirements for compliance with the obligation under paragraph 1. 1 shall be determined by the regulation for implementation of the law.

Section Ii

Working time

Art. 60. (1) the normal hours of work of employees of the national guard service is 8 hours. The work week is a 5-day with a normal weekly working time 40 hours.

(2) for certain categories of employees, no employees, establishing working day nenormiran. They shall, if necessary, to carry out their duties and after the expiry of the regular working hours.

(3) the time for Defense mobilization of employees and to participate in the implementation of the tasks associated with it, is not included in working time.

(4) the rest time of employees when they provided such is not included in the duration of working time.

(5) the work performed over the working time in the Al. 2, offset by an additional payment for specific conditions in the execution of the service in the National Guard.

(6) the Chief of the national guard service determines the order of allocation and accounting of working time and to compensate for the work over the established working time.

Section III

Vocational training, education and training

Art. 61. (1) the vocational training, the training and qualifications of the staff of the national security service shall be carried out under the conditions and in accordance with procedures laid down by the regulation for implementation of the law.

(2) in the training center of the National Guard can be trained and employees of other bodies and organizations on the basis of concluded agreements.

(3) subject to the provisions of para. 2 May to train employees of State bodies and organizations of other countries.

Art. 62. During his service from the national environmental guard service are required to support combat and physical preparation in the order designated by the Chief of the National Guard.

Section Iv

Physical, health and social security for employees

Art. 63. The gross remuneration of employees of the national guard service consists of the basic monthly remuneration and additional remuneration.


Art. 64. (1) the officers and sergeants in National Guard service receive a basic monthly remuneration in accordance with their assigned rank and level in the scope of the title.

(2) the amounts of the remuneration for the title is determined by the Council of Ministers, on a proposal from the Chief of the National Guard.

(3) the basis for determining the amount of the basic monthly remuneration for the lowest position shall be approved annually by the law on the State budget of the Republic of Bulgaria, as the monthly payment increases by a factor of relative to the basis, as follows:

1. officers-not less than 2.2;

2. for sergeants – not less than 1.75.

(4) to the basic monthly remuneration of the officers and sergeants are paid the following additional payments:

1. long service – at a rate 2 per cent on the basic monthly remuneration for each year of service, but no more than 40 per cent; in determining the amount takes into account the whole experience, assimilated to a first category labour;

2. for specific working conditions in National Guard service, in an amount to be determined by the Superintendent;

3. for the performance of assigned duties outside established working hours – in an amount to be determined by the head of the Office;

4. to work under conditions harmful to health – under the conditions and in the amount established by the Council of Ministers;

5. for the high scores achieved in professional activity;

6. other cases laid down in law or an act of the Council of Ministers.

Art. 65. The officers referred to in art. 38, para. 1, 2 and 3 shall apply the relevant provisions of articles 5 and 6. 67 of the law on civil servants and art. 107 (a) of the labour code.

Art. 66. The staff of the national security service shall be paid monthly ration money not subject to taxation and shall not be included in the gross remuneration. The amount of money porcionnite is determined by the Chief of the National Guard.

Art. 67. (1) the Chief of the national guard service defines the environmental, to be provided free of charge or work uniforms, personal protective equipment, other veŝevo property and equipment.

(2) the Chief of the national guard service shall determine the employees who carry out activities associated with health effects, and provide free food safety measures, antidotes and other means, neutralizing the harmful effects of the environment.

(3) The employees, who work 24-hour shifts, providing food and non-alcoholic drinks on the job.

(4) the Chief of the national guard service determines the type and model of uniform clothing, procedures for provision and wearing his, and other paraphernalia associated with the performance of the duties of the officers and NCOs, who are placed on symbols and insignia of the national guard service.

(5) the nature and standards of dovolstviâta in al. 1-3, the order and categories of employees to which they are granted shall be determined by the Chief of the national guard service.

(6) the value of the dovolstviâta in al. 1-3 are not taxed.

Art. 68. The officers and sergeants from the national guard service amount shall be paid to:

1. clothing – under the conditions and in the amount determined by the Chief of the National Guard, which is not taxable;

2. travel costs for the outward and return journey of paid annual leave in the territory of the country – for officers and sergeants and to members of their families.

Art. 69. (1) Employees, as well as members of the families of those who died in the course of their duties officers and sergeants, fallen into severe physical situation may be assisted with funds at the discretion of the Chief of the national guard service on a case-by-case basis.

(2) upon the death of an officer or sergeant for the funeral expenses shall be borne by the National Guard.

(3) the amount of the monetary contribution referred to in para. 1 is not taxable.

Art. 70. (1) the compulsory health insurance for officers, NCOs and civil servants from the National Guard is at the expense of the State budget.

(2) the officers of the National Guard used the hospitals at the Council of Ministers by order, determined by an act of the Council of Ministers.

(3) the officers referred to in para. 2 and the members of their families enjoy the curative, preventive and sanatorialnite institutions to the Ministry of defence in order determined by the Minister of Defense.

Art. 71. (1) upon retirement time of officers and NCOs in National Guard Service count towards pensionable service from the first category.

(2) the funds for social security officers, sergeants and public officials from the national security service shall be borne by the State budget.

(3) part of the costs of the recreation and rehabilitation of employees and members of their families shall be carried out at the expense of the means of social and cultural services on domestic budget of National Guard service in the order specified by the Superintendent.

(4) Retired employees of the national guard service can enjoy the restorative Office bases in a row set by her supervisor.

Art. 72. (1) the officers of the national guard service a must insure against death and disability due to an accident occurring in or on the occasion of the performance of their duties, with funds from the State budget.

(2) compulsory insurance is not an obstacle to the conclusion of insurance contracts by other stakeholders.

Section V

Holidays

Art. 73. (1) the officers and sergeants from the national guard service are entitled to a regular paid annual leave amounting to 30 working days.

(2) the officers and sergeants from the national guard service are entitled to additional paid annual leave, one day for each year, including for the equivalised internship but not more than 10 working days.

(3) the officers and sergeants from the national guard service are entitled to additional paid annual leave to 12 working days in the cases under art. 60, para. 3.

Art. 74. (1) Paid annual leave benefits during the calendar year to which the lays.

(2) the Entitlement to paid annual leave of officers and NCOs are authorized upon their written request by the head of the national guard service or by authorized officials.

(3) The officers and sergeants who profess religion, distinct from the Eastern Orthodox Christianity, the head of the national guard service is obliged to ensure their choice use of part of the regular paid annual leave or unpaid leave for the days of the relevant religious holidays, but not more than the number of days for the East-Orthodox religious holidays.

Art. 75. (1) where the needs of the service require, paid annual leave is interrupted by the Chief of the national guard service or by authorized official thereof.

(2) where an officer or Sergeant be resolved any other kind of paid or unpaid leave, use of paid annual leave is interrupted in his written request.

Art. 76. (1) the Chief of the national guard service or authorised by officials may defer the use of paid annual leave requested an officer or sergeant for the next calendar year, where the needs of the service so require.

(2) on the written request of an officer or sergeant's use of paid annual leave may be postponed in cases where use is a different kind of vacation.

Art. 77. (1) for the duration of the paid annual leave an officer or Sergeant gets gross monthly remuneration determined by the service at the time of commencement of leave usage.

(2) in the internal pluralism and to replace the compensation for leave shall be determined on the basis of the gross monthly remuneration for the main service.       

(3) in the gross remuneration under paragraph 1. 1 does not include additional fees that do not have a permanent character.

Art. 78. (1) it is prohibited to the compensation of paid annual leave with monetary compensation except for termination of service.

(2) in the event of termination of service, the amount of monetary damages to compensate for the unused days paid annual leave is determined according to the amount of the gross monthly remuneration, determined as at the date of termination of service.

(3) the compensation referred to in paragraph 1. 2 due to the unused days paid annual leave in the year of termination and the previous year.

Art. 79. (1) the Chief of the national guard service is obliged to release the officer or a sergeant in the performance of his official duties:

1. at the conclusion of a civil marriage-7 calendar days;

2. in the case of birth or adoption of a child in the family – 7 calendar days;

3. when donating blood – for the day of the examination and blood donation, as well as one day after it;

4. in the case of serious illness or death of a parent, child, spouse, brother, sister or parent of the other spouse, as well as other relatives in a straight line without restriction, and when his family was injured by the disaster, emergency or other extraordinary circumstance – 7 calendar days;

5. When is required in a court or other authority as a party, witness or expert witness;

6. to participate in the session as a juror.

(2) during the holiday season in the Al. 1, item 1 – 4 of the employee shall be paid remuneration in the amount of art. 77, para. 1, and under para. 1, item 5 and 6 – where this is provided for in special laws.

Art. 80. (1) at the written request of an officer or Sergeant Chief of National Guard service may authorize the use of unpaid leave after he used polagaŝiât be paid leave.

(2) Unpaid leave up to 30 working days in one calendar year is recognised as a business internship.


(3) to participate in a competition for a job outside the national guard service does not require the consent of its head, as an officer or Sergeant is entitled to unpaid leave for the days of the contest and up to two days for travel, when the competition is held in a different place. Such leave shall be respected for work experience.

Art. 81. When an officer or sergeant was sent by the Office of training and retraining, he seconded by order, determined by the head of the Office.

Art. 82. Officers and sergeants from the national guard service are entitled to leave for temporary incapacity due to pregnancy, childbirth and adoption, paternity leave for breastfeeding and feeding a small child, for two or more children alive, for the entrance exam in education and training under the conditions in the order and in the amounts provided for in the labour code.

Art. 83. The posting abroad, use, interruption and suspension of leave from the Chief of the National Guard are authorized by the President of the Republic or by the officer authorized by him, and of Deputy Heads – by the head of the Office.

Section VI

Honors and awards

Art. 84. The Chief of the National Guard can rewards employees for achieved high scores for a specific significant contribution in carrying out the duties under the conditions and in accordance with procedures laid down by the regulation for implementation of the law.

Art. 85. (1) the awards and prizes in National Guard service are: 1. diploma;

2. prize money;

3. object Prize;

4. stab;

5. a firearm;

6. Honorary sign.

(2) the award under para. 1, item 5 shall be registered in the established order and not taxable.

(3) the value of a monetary or subject award may not exceed the amount of the basic monthly remuneration of the decorated officer and not taxable.

(4) the Chief of the national guard service can both with honors and awards with the present.

(5) with honors and awards at al. 1, item 1, 3 – 6 may be awarded and persons who are not employees of the national guard service, for a substantial contribution and merit to the activities of the Office.

Chapter nine

TO DISCIPLINARY ACTION AND PAYMENT OF COMPENSATION RESPONSIBILITY OF OFFICERS AND NCOS

Section I

Disciplinary liability

Art. 86. A violation of the company's faulty discipline failure by officers and sergeants from the national guard service of the provisions of this law and of issued pursuant thereto bylaws, internal regulations, orders and the orders of their superiors.

Art. 87. (1) the officers and sergeants from the National Guard violated the professional discipline is punishable under this law with its disciplinary sanctions regardless of the proprietary, administrativnonakazatelnata or criminal liability if such is provided for in any other law.

(2) for the same breach of work discipline may have only one disciplinary penalty.

Art. 88. (1) a Disciplinary punishment shall be imposed within two months of the initiation of the disciplinary offence and no later than one year from the transfer.

(2) the time limits referred to in para. 1 does not run when the officer or sergeant was in the statutory leave, imposed his detention, "detention" or "house arrest".

(3) the disciplinary offence is considered open when nakazvaŝiât body has sufficient data concerning the infringement committed and the identity of the offender.

Art. 89. Disciplinary offences are:

1. negligence in work activity, delayed or bad execution of the warrant;

2. misconduct against citizens and officials;

3. failure to comply with the order in the Office, work or early neupl″tnâvane of working time;

4. systematic or substantial gaps in professional activity or violations of professional discipline that led to hinder the activities of other departments, government authorities or organizations or to prejudice the rights and freedoms of citizens;

5. non-compliance or violations of rules for storage, protection and use of weapons, explosives, ammunition and pyrotechnic articles, property files and documents;

6. failure to exercise control over subordinates;

7. violation of the code of conduct of officers of the national guard service;

8. hiding or denigration of accidents or disciplinary offences committed by officers of the national guard service;

9. exceeding of official powers;

10. breach of official duties or orders of the executive officers;

11. the work in a State that does not allow to perform assigned tasks caused by the consumption of alcohol or a drug;

12. failure to submit, within the declaration under art. 48, para. 1;

13. violation of the rules for the protection of classified information constituting a State secret or work;

14. the exceeding of power or official position use for personal gain or for the benefit of third parties;

15. the abuse of power or trust;

16. intentional breaches of duties, which have caused harm to the national security of the State, social organizations or citizens;

17. violation of the prohibitions referred to in art. 41;

18. default of work;

19. show disobedience or incitement to such a threat or violent action against the Manager or employee;

20. conduct incompatible with the rules of public morality, and perform actions, derogating from the prestige of the Office.

Art. 90. The officers and sergeants from the national guard service to impose the following disciplinary actions:

1. a reprimand;

2. strict reprimand;

3. warning of lower rank;

4. lower in rank by one grade for a period of 6 months to a year;

5. warning of dismissal;

6. termination.

Art. 91. In determining the type and amount of disciplinary penalties shall take into account the gravity of the infringement and the consequences of it, the circumstances in which it was committed, and the overall characterization of the conduct officer or Sergeant during the service.

Art. 92. (1) the punishment for a committed a disciplinary offence having a motivated order of the Chief of the national guard service or an official authorised by him, to which the officer or Sergeant meets against signature, noting the date of service. If the order to be served on the employee, she is sent to his/her permanent address by registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt.

(2) during the sabbatical for temporary incapacity by the national environmental guard service may not be released except by mutual consent of the parties, at the age of age limit or for imposing disciplinary punishment "dismissal".

(3) Orders for the imposition of disciplinary sanctions under art. 90, item 1 – 5 may appeal to the Chief of the national guard service, and in cases where they are issued from him or having disciplinary punishment "dismissal", can be appealed against under the administrative code.

Art. 93. (1) prior to the imposition of a disciplinary penalty shall be heard an officer or sergeant or accepted its explanations, except where the employee's dependent reasons he could not be heard or give written explanations.

(2) Disciplinary violations shall be established by the officials designated by order of the Chief of the National Guard.

(3) proof of the disciplinary offence may use all legitimate ways and means.

(4) the hearing of the investigation officer is reflected in the Protocol, which shall be signed by him and by reviewer. The employee's refusal to sign the Protocol shall be certified by the signatures, names and positions of the two other officers of the national guard service.

(5) where an employee it has given written explanations, his hearing is not required.

(6) after the completion of the verification, the Verifier shall report in writing to the Superintendent who shall impose the punishment, applying all the collected materials.

(7) the Chief to impose punishment, could require additional written explanations or hearing the offender of professional discipline.

Art. 94. (1) a Disciplinary punishment "dismissal" is necessary in the following cases:

1. conviction for an indictable offence intentionally or deprivation of the right to hold public office or exercise the profession or activity;

2. violation of the restrictions and nes″vmestimostite in Chapter 7;

3. making no declaration in accordance with the law for the prevention and detection of conflicts of interest;

4. systematic violations of rules on the protection of classified information that led to the unauthorized access within the meaning of the law on the protection of classified information;

5. default of the work without valid reason on two consecutive working days;

6. malpractice;

7. the officers and the Sergeant in a State that does not allow him to perform his duties caused by alcohol use or abuse of drugs.

(2) in the case of a temporary removal from Office in accordance with the code of criminal procedure, when an officer or sergeant was convicted of intentionally committed an indictable offence, the disciplinary punishment "dismissal" is the date of the removal.

Art. 95. (1) the Disciplinary penalties, with the exception of dismissal, are deleted after expiration of:

1. six months of the imposition of penalties "scolding" and "strict reprimand";

2. nine months of the imposition of the sentence "warning to lower in rank";

3. one year of the imposition of penalties "lower in rank with a degree" and "a warning to dismissal.

(2) the Cancellation is carried out ex officio by ticking in the back of the case.


(3) the Disciplinary penalties, with the exception of dismissal may be deleted before the expiry of the periods referred to in paragraph 1. 1, 2 and 3, if the officer or Sergeant within 6 months of the imposition of a disciplinary penalty not commit other violations of his duties.

(4) the early deletion under para. 3 shall be carried out on the basis of a reasoned written order of the Chief of the national guard service, which shall be served on the employee, and is applied to the service file.

Section II

Financial liability

Art. 96. (1) the officers and sergeants from the national guard service are responsible for property damage, which have caused the State's manslaughter in or on the occasion of the performance of their duties.

(2) for damage caused to citizens under the conditions of paragraphs 1 and 2. 1, employees bear no responsibility for damaged property. In these cases, the State is obliged to indemnify for any damaged material and non-material damages in accordance with the General rules of civil law.

(3) when the damage is caused intentionally or the nationals or are a result of a crime, or when you are not in or on the occasion of the performance of official duties, the responsibility of officers and NCOs is determined by the legislation in force.

(4) the proprietary liability of officers and NCOs applies regardless of the discipline, administrativnonakazatelnata or criminal liability for the same Act, if it is envisaged.

Art. 97. (1) the officers and sergeants from the national guard service not responding property for damage incurred as a result of the risk activity related to the performance of their duties.

(2) State and National officers and sergeants of the guard service is not responsible for damages to third parties, when they caused in terms of exceptional circumstances in the conduct of activities relating to the protection of the national security of the country.

Art. 98. (1) For benefits paid for damage caused to citizens by unlawful acts, actions or inactions of officers and sergeants, the National Guard has a right of action against the employee who committed the illegal act, action or inaction.

(2) when the employee is performing strictly and faithfully his duties, the State shall be responsible for all material and non-material damage caused to the citizens, without the right to search by cause of injury recovery paid by it.

Art. 99. (1) the officers and sergeants from the national guard service are responsible only for the damage caused, but not for foregone benefits.

(2) the amount of the damages shall be determined on the day of the event in question, and if that cannot be established – on the day of their discovery.

Art. 100. For damage caused in the conditions of art. 96, para. 1, the officer responsible of the amount of damage, but not exceeding the amount of one monthly gross remuneration for the month preceding the causation of harm, and if that cannot be established, for the month preceding the opening of the injury.

Art. 101. (1) the Officers of the National Guard, whose official duty is to collect, store, spent or accounted for monetary or material values shall comply with:

1. to the extent of the injury, but no more than three gross monthly remuneration;

2. failure – in full, together with legal interest from the date of causing injury, and where this cannot be determined from the day of opening of the absence.

(2) persons who have received the benefit without justification by cause of injury or have benefited from damage under para. 1, item 1, due jointly with the cause of the injury to the back up to the level of enrichment. Persons of the proceeds due return and the donation of the causative of the injury when the donation is from the resources extracted from it.

Art. 102. where damage is caused by several employees, they meet:

1. in the case of the limited financial liability – according to the participation of each of them in causing the injury, and when it can't be found – in proportion to the basic monthly remuneration, as the sum of any of these benefits may not exceed the amount of the injury;

2. in the case of full property responsibility – jointly and severally.

Art. 103. (1) in the case of limited liability head of National Guard Service issued an order, which determines the damage reason and the amount of liability of the employee.

(2) the order under paragraph 1. shall be issued within one month of the discovery of the damage, but no later than one year from causing damage.

(3) within one week of the service of the warrant the officer may challenge in writing the grounds or the amount of the liability.

(4) If, within the period referred to in paragraph 1. 3 person liable does not challenge the basis or the amount of the liability, the amount determined by the warrant shall be deducted from the remuneration in the dimensions referred to in the code of civil procedure.

(5) upon termination of the relationship neizd″lženata amount of the limited financial liability is deducted in full from the compensation and other claims, which the person liable is entitled to receive, (a) if the amount due cannot be compiled in this way, the claim is collected pursuant to the civil procedure code.

(6) interest on the amounts due in order to realize the limited financial liability not attributable.

(7) the Collected orders for limited liability amounts are imported into the revenue of the budget of the Office of national security.

Art. 104. The full property responsibility is carried out by a court order, the officer may submit voluntary sum before initiation of court proceedings.

Art. 105. For the outstanding questions in this chapter in the proprietary liability of officers shall apply the provisions of the civil law.

Chapter ten

MODIFICATION OF THE RELATIONSHIP OF OFFICERS AND NCOS

Section I

Reappointment

Art. 106. (1) in case of a business necessity or when the specifics of the activity, or the interests of the service so require, the relationship of an employee than the national guard service may be amended by an order of the Superintendent and shall enter into force on the date of its issue.

(2) the relationship of the officers and sergeants from the national guard service may be amended and when have not fulfilled their obligations under art. 62 or imposed a disciplinary penalty for breach.

(3) the amendment of the relationship under para. 1 and 2 may be performed, if the employee is eligible for the post.

Art. 107. (1) in the absence of an official of the national guard service performance of his official duties shall be provided by the immediate manager or by another employee with appropriate competence.

(2) an order for the replacement certificate shall be issued by the Chief of the national guard service on the basis of a request by the immediate manager of the absent employee.

(3) the procedure under para. 1 and 2 shall not apply to persons who are in the principal deputies.

(4) where the absence is more than 30 days, the order under paragraph 1. Specifies a period not exceeding 6 months, as the person receives monthly remuneration in the amount of the basic monthly remuneration for the higher office.

Art. 108. (1) subject to the availability of vacant position Chief of National Guard service may determine that an employee who performs work on internal pluralism for a period until the appointment of holder.

(2) the period referred to in para. 1 can not be longer than six months.

(3) in the case referred to in para. 1 the employee gets together with his remuneration and 25 per cent of the minimum amount of the basic monthly remuneration for the unoccupied position.

Art. 109. (1) the officers and sergeants may be reassigned at their written request or on the proposal of the Deputy Chief of the national guard service of the Office, referred to by the persons under art. 38, para. 1, 2 and 3, only if they meet the conditions for taking up the post.

(2) the Reassignment of Pará. 1 shall be made by order under art. 46.

Section Ii

Career development of officers and NCOs. Performance appraisal

Art. 110. (1) the Office of the national guard service ensure the environmental career development in accordance with the results of the company activity and their professional qualifications while respecting the interests of the service and the staff.

(2) career development is accomplished by passing in a higher rank or position.

(3) Principles for career development are:

1. consistency in raising to the rank;

2. creation of conditions and require officers and sergeants to enhance his professional qualifications for the performance of the Office;

3. periodic performance appraisal.        

Art. 111. (1) the rise in rank shall be carried out when the minimum term has expired for standing in the title on the basis of the appraisal through an evaluation of the implementation of the post of officer or sergeant, except when it has reached the ultimate title for the post, which occupies.

(2) shall be made in annual performance evaluation system of pre-established criteria which assess the achievement of the set objectives, the degree of fulfilment of obligations and the professional competences of the officer or sergeant.

(3) the assessment of the implementation of the Office of the Bishop or the Sergeant must be justified based on objectively established facts and circumstances.

(4) an officer or Sergeant must be acquainted with the evaluation that can express the written opinion.

(5) the system of criteria, conditions and procedures for performance appraisal shall be determined by the regulation for implementation of the law.

Art. 112. An officer or Sergeant can occupy a higher position if it meets the requirements for appointment to this position.

Section Iii

Posting of officers and NCOs


Art. 113. (1) when a company needs the head of National Guard service or authorised by it staff may post an officer or Sergeant temporarily to perform work in a different place.

(2) for the duration of the posting in the country, the Chief of the national guard service except the gross remuneration are received and travel, subsistence and accommodation allowance in the amount of money actually spent money that are reported with a number of pre-defined supporting documents.

Art. 114. (1) for the duration of the secondment, employees of the national guard service are entitled to receive more than your gross salary and travel, subsistence and accommodation allowance money in dimensions specified by decision of the Council of Ministers.

(2) the Chief of the National Guard to determine the categories of employees that are allowed in posting of travel, subsistence and accommodation allowance in the amount of money actually spent money, authenticated with a number of pre-defined supporting documents.

(3) in carrying out the security of persons under art. 24, para. 1 or the objects of art. 25, para. 4 officials of the national security service shall be seconded long-term by the procedure of the law on the diplomatic service by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, on the proposal of the Chief of the national guard service under conditions and by an order determined by a joint statement of the heads of the two departments.

(4) for the duration of the posting rules of the art. 60 shall not apply, except for those working on 24-hour shifts.

Section Iv

Temporary removal from service

Art. 115. (1) an employee of the Office of national security can be temporarily removed from the job of its head when:

1. is in the process of establishment of a disciplinary offence;

2. appears to be in a State that does not allow him to perform his duties; in this case, the removal may be carried out by the immediate manager and continues until the employee recovers his suitability for the performance of their duties.

(2) an employee of the Office of national security can be temporarily removed from Office and in accordance with the code of criminal procedure.

(3) in all cases where the employee is drawn as a culprit for a crime committed by him in his capacity as an official within the meaning of the criminal code, the head of the national guard service removed him temporarily from work.

(4) the employee shall receive no remuneration for the time that it was removed.

(5) where the disciplinary proceedings under para. 1, item 1 be terminated or if no disciplinary penalty is imposed "dismissal", the employee shall be paid the remuneration for the period of suspension.

(6) upon termination of criminal proceedings or upon delivery of the acquittal the officer that was temporarily removed from Office, is non-refundable and must be paid remuneration for the period of suspension.

Chapter Eleven

TERMINATION OF THE RELATIONSHIP OF OFFICERS AND NCOS. BENEFITS

Art. 116. (1) service of the officers and sergeants from the national security service shall be terminated:

1. by mutual agreement, as the country to which it is addressed the proposal in writing, is required to address it and to inform the other party within 30 days, and if she didn't do this, it is believed that the proposal is not accepted;

2. at the request of the employee;

3. in the age of age limit for service: a) officer with the title of Bishop's University – 59 years;

b) officer with rank of Colonel and below – 55 years;

in the 53 years) – sergeants;

4. when acquiring the right to a retirement pension or with 27 years experience, of which two thirds are actually izsluženi as an officer or a sergeant in the National Guard service or posts under art. 69, para. 1-3 of the code of social security;

5. where the obsolescence occurred service in the national guard service, established by the voennomedicinskite authorities under art. 141, para. 2 of the law on defence and the armed forces of the Republic of Bulgaria;

6. psychological inadequacy for duty in the national guard service established by the authorities under art. 141, para. 3 of the law on defence and the armed forces of the Republic of Bulgaria;

7. in default or refusal of the employee to take the post, which is refundable within 14 days of the entry into force of the Court decision for revocation of the order for termination of service, unless this time limit is not complied with for good reasons;

8. when cutting down state;

9. when an officer or Sergeant did not receive the required for position cleared for access to EU classified information or where his permission be withdrawn;

10. in the case of incompatibility under art. 42, para. 3;

11. when deprivation of the right to exercise a profession or activity as administrative punishment or penalty under the criminal code, resulting in an inability to perform the position;

12. upon conviction for an indictable offence wilfully;

13. When imposing disciplinary punishment "dismissal";

14. with the death of the employee;

15. unilaterally by the head of the Office shall, within one year of the amendment of the relationship with the order of art. 106;

16. obtaining the lowest overall assessment of the implementation of the post with testimonials under art. 111;

17. in the period under art. 47 – at the discretion of the Chief of the national guard service after an evaluation of the implementation of the post.

(2) in establishing the fact under para. 1, item 5 of the employee is offered another suitable for the health post. If he refuses, the relationship is terminated.

Art. 117. (1) in the event of termination of service under art. 116, para. 1, item 4, 6, 8, 15, 16 and 17, the head of the national guard service makes a written notice for a period of 30 days. For termination of service without notice is made or when the time limit has not been complied with the notice of the employee shall be paid compensation for the period of notice not kept.

(2) in the event of termination of service at the written request of the employee under art. 116, para. 1, 2 and 4 warrant shall be issued within the time limit referred to in paragraph 1. 1.

(3) in the event of termination of service under art. 116, para. 1, item 3, 7, 9, 10 – 13 notice does not address.

(4) the Chief of the national guard service could not terminate the service with a pregnant woman or with a single parent of a child who has not attained the age of three years, in the cases under art. 116, para. 1, item 8.

Art. 118. (1) service of an officer or sergeant shall be terminated by order of the Chief of the National Guard.

(2) the order under paragraph 1. 1 shall be served against signature of the officer, noting the date of service. If the order to be served on the employee, she is sent to his/her permanent address by registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt.

(3) the service shall be terminated:

1. under art. 116, para. 1, item 1 and 13, from the date of service of the order, and if the order to be served on the employee, from the date of dispatch of his/her permanent address by registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt;

2. under art. 116, para. 1, item 4, 6, 8, 15, 16 and 17 – with the expiry of the notice period, and failure to comply with the period of notice – with the expiry of the relevant part of the period of notice;

3. under art. 116, para. 1, item 2, 10 – 12 – from the date of issuance of the order;

4. under art. 116, para. 1, paragraph 3 and 14, from the date of the event;

5. under art. 116, para. 1, item 7 – from the expiry of the time limit.

(4) where a temporary removed from service officer or Sergeant convicted by a final judgment or an imposed disciplinary punishment "dismissal", his official relationship is terminated on the day of his removal from the job.

Art. 119. (1) the order for termination of service may be appealed in accordance with the procedure and within the time limit laid down in the administrative code.

(2) an appeal of an order does not stop its implementation.

Art. 120. In case of cancellation of an order for the termination of service or officer Sergeant recovers to previous or other corresponding to the title and his professional capacity and qualification can take if within 14 days of the entry into force of the judgment appeared in National Guard service.

Art. 121. (1) in the event of termination of service of the officers and sergeants from the national guard service is paid in one lump sum cash benefit in the amount of gross wages, so monthly as years of service have, but no more than 20.

(2) in the subsequent termination of service from the benefit due under paragraph 1. 1 there shall be deducted the compensation received in the previous termination.

(3) where officers and sergeants from the national guard service are proslužili 10 and more years and their service relationship is terminated on the grounds of art. 116, para. 1, item 5, due to illness or injury at or on the occasion of the performance of official duty, the lump-sum cash benefit cannot be less than 15 gross monthly salaries.

(4) in the event of termination of service under the conditions of paragraphs 1 and 2. 3 when the time is less than 10 years, the single monetary compensation is an amount 10 gross monthly salaries.

(5) in the event of termination of service after 10 years or more of service in the National Guard officers and NCOs are eligible for a one-time additional veŝevo property or its equivalent amount.

(6) the provisions of paragraphs 1 and 2. 1-5 shall not apply to the termination of service due to the imposition of a disciplinary penalty "dismissal".

(7) upon the death of an officer or Sergeant amounts under para. 1-5 shall be paid to his successors.

(8) the benefits referred to in para. 1-5 and para. 7 is not taxed.


Art. 122. (1) in determining the amount of compensation under art. 121 consider those as an officer or a sergeant in the National Guard, military service or of posts under art. 69 of the social security code without such a service.

(2) the lump-sum cash benefits under art. 121 are paid based on the gross monthly remuneration, determined at the time of the termination of the service.

Art. 123. for the illegal termination of service officers and sergeants from the national guard service are entitled to compensation in the amount of the gross monthly salary received prior to the termination, for the time that you are left without a job, but for not more than 6 months. During this time when they worked at a paid job, they are entitled to the difference in the salaries.

Art. 124. (1) an officer or sergeant, suffered bodily harm in or on the occasion of the performance of their duties during their duty shall be paid in one lump sum cash benefit in size 10 gross monthly wages in the mayhem and 6 gross monthly salaries at an average personal injury set out on the day of the injury.

(2) the wife (husband), children and parents of an officer or sergeant, died in or on the occasion of the performance of his duties shall be paid in one lump sum cash benefit in size 12 gross monthly salaries.

(3) the nature of the injury caused bodily harm under para. 1 is determined by the voennomedicinskite authorities under art. 141, para. 2 of the law on defence and the armed forces of the Republic of Bulgaria, and the circumstances of the death under para. 2 authenticate by supervisors of the dead.

Art. 125. In gross monthly remuneration, which is the basis for the payment of benefits under this chapter, shall include only the allowances of permanent nature.

Chapter Twelve

ADMINISTRATIVE PENAL PROVISIONS

Art. 126. (1) Who fails to comply with an order of an officer of the national guard service given in the performance of his duties, is punishable by a fine of 100 to 500 EUR

(2) where an offence under subsection. 1 was committed reactivation, the fine of 500 to 1000 EUR

Art. 127. (1) Where the law prevents the officer from the National Guard to perform his duties, is punishable by a fine of 300 to 1000 EUR, if the breach does not constitute a crime.

(2) where an offence under subsection. 1 was committed reactivation, the penalty is an amount of 1000 to 3000 BGN.

Art. 128. (1) the heads of the State bodies, organizations, agencies, local authorities, legal persons and citizens who blame do not fulfil their obligations provided for in this law shall be punishable by a fine of 200 to 2,000 BGN.

(2) where an offence under subsection. 1 was committed reactivation, the penalty is an amount from 500 to 3500 EUR

Art. 129. (1) an employee of the national security service who does not submit within the prescribed period a declaration under art. 48, para. 1 or declare false information is punishable by a fine of 100 to 500 EUR

(2) where an offence under subsection. 1 is committed a second time penalty from 300 to 1000 EUR

Art. 130. (1) the acts establishing the offences under art. 126 – 129 shall be made by authorized by the head of the National Guard officers and penal provisions shall be issued by the Chief of the national guard service.

(2) the establishment of violations, the issue, the appeal and the implementation of the penal provisions shall be carried out in accordance with the law for the administrative offences and sanctions.

ADDITIONAL PROVISION

§ 1. Within the meaning of this law:

1. "Special techniques and skills are skills acquired and improved during the preparation and training in the National Guard, used to prevent violations and crossing the protected under this law, persons and objects.

2. "Basic structural units are departments and individual units directly under the Chief of the National Guard.

3. "Business secret" information, which is not a State secret, but is associated with the execution of the functions and tasks of the national guard service and with the implementation of the powers of officers and NCOs or was obtained as a result of this activity, access to nereglamentiraniât that would be reflected negatively on the interests and security of the State, the activities of the Office of national security of its employees in connection with the performance of the service or third parties.

TRANSITIONAL AND FINAL PROVISIONS

§ 2. (1) the existing legal relationships of officers, sergeants and officer's candidates in National Guard service not be withdrawn and converted accordingly into business relationships under this law, in business relationships under the law on civil service and employment relationships governed by the labour code. Contracts for military service shall be terminated within thirty days from the date of entry into force of this law.

(2) the officers and sergeants from the National Guard Reserve assigned to the entry into force of this law ranks and degrees, and the officer's candidates are assigned the rank "Chief warrant officer".

(3) Welded to the date of entry into force of this law officers, officer candidates and sergeants retain receipts size of basically a month and an extra reward for long service, for specific working conditions and to work under conditions harmful to health.

(4) the existing legal relationships of persons working in employment relationships, are transformed into business relationships governed by Civil Law, if the persons comply with the requirements of art. 7 and submit an application under art. 8 of the law on civil servants within 14 days of the entry into force of the law, or in the employment relationships governed by the labour code.

(5) the Act for the appointment of a civil servant:

1. is awarded a designated in the taxonomy of posts in National Guard service a minimum rank of position, except if the employee holds a higher rank;

2. determine an individual's basic salary, which may not be lower than that received by far the redeployment gross earnings, as it also includes the basic monthly remuneration and additional remuneration of permanent nature.

(6) the generated files to search for disciplinary action or to payment of compensation against officers of the national security service shall be reversed in the current row.

(7) the officers, sergeants and officer's candidate from the National Guard, who have not used the holiday season to the entry into force of this law, can use up to one year from the date of its entry into force.

(8) the means necessary for Further contributions of individuals in al. 4 shall be provided within for wages, salaries and social security contributions in the budget of the Office of national security.

(9) the unused holidays of employees under art. 38, para. 1, item 3 shall be retained and shall not be compensated for by monetary damages.

§ 3. The amount of the compensation on termination of the relationship due to the retirement of the incumbent at the date of entry into force of law officers and sergeants who are proslužili the past 13 years and 4 months of posts under art. 122, para. 1 shall be determined by the sum of:

1. those under art. 122, para. 1;

2. the years of employment and internship work assimilated to the first category of work.

§ 4. VZakona for income tax of individuals (official SG. 95 2006; amend., SG. 52, 64 and 113 (2007), no. 28, 43 and 106 since 2008, issue 25, 32, 35, 41, 82, 95 and 99 from 2009, issue 16, 49, 94 and 100 by 2010, issue 19, 31, 35, 51 and 99 from 2011. , PC. 40, 81 and 94 by 2012 PCs. 23, 66, 100 and 109 in 2013, PCs. 1, 53, 98, 105 and 107 by 2014 and PCs. 12 and 22 by 2015.) make the following additions:

1. In art. 24, para. 2:

a) in paragraph 1:

AA) in point (d), after the words "the law on defence and the armed forces of the Republic of Bulgaria" a comma and add "art. 67 of the law on the national guard service ";

BB) in the letter "e" after the words "the law on defence and the armed forces of the Republic of Bulgaria" a comma and add the "law on National Guard Service";

b) in paragraph 4, after the words "the law on defence and the armed forces of the Republic of Bulgaria" a comma and add the "law on National Guard Service";

c) in item 8, after the words "the law on defence and the armed forces of the Republic of Bulgaria" insert "under art. 67, para. 2 and 3, art. 121 and art. 124 of the law on the national guard service "and a comma;

(d) in paragraph 16), after the words "the law on defence and the armed forces of the Republic of Bulgaria" is added "monetary aid under art. 69, para. 1 of the law on the national guard service "and a comma.

2. § 1 of the additional provisions in paragraph 26 (b) Finally a comma and add "as well as service between the Chief of the National Guard, on the one hand, and the officers and sergeants on the other".

§ 5. In the law on State financial inspection (official SG. 33 of 2006; amend., 59/2006, no. 59, 64 and 86 of 2007 from 98/2008, no. 42/2009, issue 60 by 2011, no. 38 by 2012, from 2013, 15 and 14 by 2015) in art. 31 is made the following changes and additions:

1. In paragraph 8. 1, after the words "Minister of defence" Alliance "and" shall be replaced by a comma, after the words "the Minister of the Interior" shall be inserted, and the Chief of the National Guard. "

2. in the Al. 2, after the word "defense" the Union "and" shall be replaced by a comma, and then the word "work" insert "and in the National Guard".

3. in the Al. 4 the word "Department" shall be replaced by "Office".


§ 6. The roads Act (promulgated, SG. 26 of 2000; amend., 88/2000, 111/2001, and 47/118 of 2002, no. 9, 112 since 2003, issue 6 and 14 of 2004, no. 88 and 104 of 2005, no. 30, 36, 64, 102, 105 and 108 of 2006. , PC. 59 since 2007, PCs. 43 and 69 since 2008, PCs. 16, 32, 41, 42, 75, 82 and 93 from 2009, PCs. 87 from 2010, PC. 19, 39, 55 and 99 from 2011, issue. 38, 44, 47 and 53 by 2012 PCs. 15 and 66 by 2013, PCs. 16, 53 and 98 by 2014 and PCs. 10, 14 and 37 by 2015), in art. 10 (b), after the words "of the Ministry of the Interior" shall be inserted "of National Guard Service" and a comma.

§ 7. In the law of the State Protocol (official SG. 32 of 2000; amend., SG. 35 and 39 since 2009) in art. 12 make the following amendments and additions:

1. The current text becomes paragraph 1.

2. a para. 2:

(2) Department of State Protocol "shall inform the head of the national guard service of programmes for official meetings, visits and ceremonies with the participation of the President of the Republic, the President of the National Assembly and the Prime Minister."

§ 8. In the economic and Social Council (official SG. Since 2001, 41; amend. and Suppl., no. 120 of 2002, no. 20 of 2003 No. 17 of 2006, issue 36 of 2008, 82/2009 and no. 14 by 2015), in art. 9, para. 1, item 9, after the words "the law on defence and the armed forces of the Republic of Bulgaria" a comma and added "officers and sergeants in the law on the national guard service".

§ 9. In the law on physical education and sports (official SG. Since 1996, 58; No. 8 Decision of the Constitutional Court from 1997 – issue 53 of 1997; amend., SG. 124 of 1998, no. 51 and 81 of 1999, 53/2000; Corr, 55/2000; amend., no. 64 of 2000 No. 75 of 2002. Decision No 6 of the Constitutional Court from 2002 – issue 95 of 2002; amended. , PC. 120. Since 2002, PCs. 96 of 2004, PCs. 88 and 103 from 2005, PCs. 30, 34, 36 and 80 from 2006, PCs. 41, 46 and 53 of 2007, PC. 50 by 2008, PCs. 74 of 2009, PCs. 50 and 96 of 2010, PC. 35 and 99 of the 2011, issue. 45 by 2012 PCs. 87 and 102 by 2012 PCs. 15 and 68 in 2013, PCs. 21 and 66 by 2014 and PCs. 14 by 2015.) make the following changes and additions:

1. In art. 8 (a), para. 2, after the words "Ministry of Interior" comma, add "National Guard" and a comma.

2. The title of chapter IV shall be replaced by the following:

"PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORT IN SCHOOLS, THE ARMED FORCES, THE NATIONAL SECURITY SERVICE AND THE INTERIOR MINISTRY."

3. In art. 27:

(a)) in the Al. 1, after the words "armed forces" a comma and add "National Guard" and after the word "servicemen" a comma and add "by the national environmental guard service";

(b)) in the Al. 2, after the words "Minister of Defense" a comma and add "by the head of the national guard service".

4. In art. 28:

(a)) in the Al. 1, after the words "employees" is added "National Guard service and";

(b)) in the Al. 2, first sentence, after the words "Ministry of Interior" a comma and add "as well as in the National Guard" and the words "the relevant Ministers" are replaced by "the respective head of Office";

in) in the Al. 3 the words "defence or Home Affairs" shall be replaced by the words "the activities of agencies under para. 2 "and the word" Minister "is replaced by" head of Department ";

(d)) in the Al. 4, after the words "Minister of Defense" a comma and added, "the head of the National Guard" and after the words "armed forces" a comma and add "National Guard".

5. In art. 29 para. 1 shall be amended as follows:

(1) Students, servicemen, civilians and workers in the armed forces, as well as the staff of the National Security Service and the Ministry of the Interior, who are athletes from the national teams of the country or participants in State Championships in a sport, prepare and compete in the order determined by the head of the Office, who may for this purpose to set up specialized formations for training and racing. "

6. In art. 50, para. 2, after the words "armed forces" a comma and add "in National Guard Service".

§ 10. In the Act of gambling (official SG. 26 from 2012; amend., SG. 54, 82 and 94 by 2012, from 2013, 68, and no. 1 and 105 by 2014) in art. 9, para. 1, after the words "Ministry of Interior" is added "National Guard" and a comma.

§ 11. Electronic Communications Act (promulgated, SG. 41 since 2007; amend., SG. 109 (2007), no. 36, 43 and 69 since 2008, issue 17, 35, 37 and 42 of 2009; the Decision the Constitutional Court No. 3 of 2009 – No. 45 of 2009; amend., SG. 82, 89 and 93/2009, 12/17 , 27 and 97 from 2010, PC. 105 by 2011, issue. 38, 44 and 82 by 2012 PCs. 15, 27, 28, 52, 66 and 70 in 2013, PCs. 11, 53, 61 and 98 by 2014, PC. 14 by 2015; Decision No. 2 of the Constitutional Court by 2015 – PCs. 23 by 2015; amend., SG. 24 and 29 by 2015.) in art. 301, para. 3 the words "art. 3 – 6 of the rules of procedure for the National Guard service under the President of the Republic of Bulgaria (promulgated, SG. 66 of 1992; amend., SG. 82 of 1992, no. 5 of 1995, issue 13, 16, 22, 63 and 83 of 1996, no. 25, 36 and 41 of 1997, no. 13 of 1999, no. 111 since 2001. , PC. 7 of 2003, PCs. 56 and 83 of 2005, St. 78 of 2006, St. 70 by 2007.) " shall be replaced by ' art. 20-22 of the law on the national guard service ".

§ 12. Within 6 months from the entry into force of the law the Council of Ministers shall adopt regulations for its implementation.

§ 13. The provisions of this law cannot be interpreted in the sense of limiting the application of the law on access to and disclosure of the documents and announcement of the affiliation of Bulgarian citizens to the State security and intelligence services of the Bulgarian people's army. The authorities referred to in this law shall provide full and unconditional cooperation with the Commission for the disclosure of the documents and announcement of the affiliation of Bulgarian citizens to the State security and intelligence services of the Bulgarian people's army.

§ 14. The implementation of the law is entrusted to the Chief of the national guard service.

§ 15. The law shall enter into force on 1 November 2015.

The law was passed by the National Assembly-43 on 29 July 2015 and is stamped with the official seal of the National Assembly.

 President of the National Assembly Tsetska Tsacheva:

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