• Telegraph asks: Who interferes in personnel policy of judicial system

      Telegraph asks: Who interferes in personnel policy of judicial system

      At the end of the past week, the media outlets of the oligarchic behind-the-scenes clique, Dnevnik, Club Z, Frognews and Mediapool, circulated the next in a row ‘declaration’ addressed to the Supreme Judicial Council and authored by an NGO, namely the Bulgarian Judges Association, which received hundreds of thousands leva in grants from foreign foundations. Expectedly, their target again is the lawmaker and publisher of Telegraph and Monitor Delyan Peevski.

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    • From Sofia Pope Francis prays for peace on Earth

      From Sofia Pope Francis prays for peace on Earth

      In his last last public event in Sofia on Sunday evening Pope Francis prayed for peace at a ceremony in which six different religious confessions took part. Stepping into the boots of Pope Saint John XXIII, Pope Francis closed his visit to Bulgaria under the “Pacem in terris” slogan, derived namely from a Pope John XXIII encyclical. At the ceremony, six candles represented the confessions participating in the ceremony, while roses were symbolising Bulgaria, and an olive tree was symbolising peace.

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    • Pope Francis asks Bulgarians to open doors to refugees

      Pope Francis asks Bulgarians to open doors to refugees

      Pope Francis urged Bulgarians to open their hearts and doors to refugees as he began his visit in Sofia on Sunday. The Pope also evoked a "new winter" plaguing Bulgaria and other European nations who face an an exodus of their people as well as falling birth rates, in his first address to Bulgarian officials, news wires reported from the Bulgarian capital.

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    • Gentle troubadour of the oligarchy mars Peevski’s reputation overseas

      Gentle troubadour of the oligarchy mars Peevski’s reputation overseas

      The campaign waged against the lawmaker of the Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF) and publisher of Telegraph Media Delyan Peevski is being discolored to untoward hues. After for a whole week the pen pushers of the indicted oligarchs have been shooting ink onto paper scared stiff that Peevski, who garnered significant support during the previous EP vote, is on the voting list of the MRF again, now they have picked out their cached weapon kept overseas.

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    • Grant-dependent priests of Themis launch smear campaign against Peevski

      Grant-dependent priests of Themis launch smear campaign against Peevski

      The next in a row ‘active measures’ (read – smear campaign) fully in keeping with the traditions of the communist-era secret services were activated by the grant-funded Bulgarian Judges Association (BJA). The police-like report submitted to the Central Electoral Commission targets the lawmaker of the opposition party Movement for Rights and Freedoms and publisher of Telegraph Media Delyan Peevski.

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    • Exhibition performance of disinformation against Peevski

      Exhibition performance of disinformation against Peevski

      “A lie gets half way around the world before the truth has chance to put its pants on.” The words Winston Churchill said 70 years ago perfectly describe the disinformation which plagues part of the Bulgarian media today. They quote half-truths or openly fake news in a bid to slur what is actually happening in the country.

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    • Sofia's oldest church

      Sofia's oldest church

      The St George Rotunda is the oldest architectural monument in Sofia and the city's only building since the time of the Roman Empire that has been preserved as fully functional. It is believed to have been built by Emperor Constantine the Great in the early 4th century, when what was Serdica at the time was thriving as one of the most significant Roman cities on the Balkan Peninsula.

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