• NGO report categorises media outlets as “good” and “bad”

      NGO report categorises media outlets as “good” and “bad”

      A media report prepared by two NGOs linked to the former failed minister of justice and even more unsuccessful party leader Hristo Ivanov, categorises media outlets as “good” and “bad”. So, on one side of the barricade are placed almost all national daily newspapers, who the document believes attack the court system, while on the other side, deemed “pure and good”, find themselves the online publications of indicted oligarchs like Ivo Prokopiev and Ognyan Donev.

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    • Balkan gas hub discussed

      Balkan gas hub discussed

      On the sidelines of the EU-League of Arab States Summit, Bulgarian PM Boyko Borissov and Saudi Arabia's Foreign Minister Ibrahim bin Abd al-Aziz al-Assaf discussed on 25 February the opportunities for an investment by Riyadh in the Balkan gas hub project.

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    • Bivol on Malofeev’s feeding rack

      Bivol on Malofeev’s feeding rack

      The socialists know best, especially those with close ties with the Kremlin. “Socialism is like AIDS – it is a disease transmitted sexually or hereditary,” this outrageous remark made by the even more scandalous leftwing lawmaker Anton Kutev is a fitting description of the close ties of the Russian propaganda in which the so-called chief editor of the website Bivol Atanas Chobanov, his spouse Maria Onuchko, her father Victor Onuchko and the “Orthodox oligarch” Konstantin Malofeev find themselves entangled.

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    • Prokopiev as propaganda vendor

      Prokopiev as propaganda vendor

      It’s long been common knowledge: don’t trust people who are handsome on the outside but rotten inside. But the designers of “clever and handsome” label from the very beginning were at odds with the first part and no longer even try to conceal that they are rotten inside out. This is exactly the case of Capital newspaper, the flagship of the indicted oligarch Ivo Prokopiev.

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    • Academician conspires against Peevski, three State Security agents launch new attack

      Academician conspires against Peevski, three State Security agents launch new attack

      Ognyan Stefanov, former State Security agent who worked under alias Agent Academician, has cooked up the next in row fake aimed against lawmaker and our publisher Delyan Peevski. However, this time he himself admitted that the new manipulative material in his Frognews is based on rumours. The co-authors of the article titled “Conspiratorial notes: New political and oligarchic circle crave power”, Ognyan Stefanov pointed out, are two ex-ministers of interior, MPs of different parliamentary factions, former and current agents of the secret services, his colleagues and some ten journalists.

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    • Request for conflict of interest investigation of Lozan Panov is already in Brussels

      Request for conflict of interest investigation of Lozan Panov is already in Brussels

      The European Commission has received a letter with a set of questions concerning the conduct of Lozan Panov, the President of the Supreme Cassation Court (SCC) raised by the Center for Applied Legal Studies (CFALS) to the Supreme Judicial Council (SJC), reported deputy head of Representation at EC, Bulgaria area, Hristo Hristov. He was invited to a regular sitting of the Civil Council to the SJC. The questions of the CFALS were approved at the previous sitting of the Civil Council and it was decided to send them to the European Commission.   

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