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Almost 18,000 Bulgarian families may lose their homes on Christmas because of non-serviced mortgage loans. Therefore, MPs from the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) and centrist Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF) are considering measures to ease conditions for borrowers, who are not able to service their loans. Urgent measures are needed to cope with this problem, which may cause new social problems. The murder of the head of the Burgas branch of UniCredit Bulbank highlighted the need for a swift solution to the problem.***However, bankers refuse to consider these proposals on a mass scale. Only Levon Hampartzoumian, Chairman of the Association of Banks in Bulgaria and CEO of UniCredit Bulbank, commented on the issue of personal bankruptcy, claiming that it is a utopia for Bulgaria. CEOs of DSK Bank and CIBank, Violina Marinova and Petar Andronov respectively, declined to comment on the issue to Trud daily reports Focus
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