Delyan Peevski

    • Fugitive banker commissions films targeting Peevski

      Fugitive banker commissions films targeting Peevski

      Ex-banker Tsvetan Vassilev who is hiding out in Serbia to escape justice commissions media onslaughts and films targeting the sworn enemy of the oligarchy in Bulgaria – Delyan Peevski. The lawmaker of the Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF) and publisher of Telegraph Media for years has been the target of the backstage power brokers owing to his legislative initiatives aimed to forestall their shady affairs as well as to the journalistic inquires published in his media outlets.

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    • Nikolay Staykov & Co. with a fund sponsoring vicious attacks

      Nikolay Staykov & Co. with a fund sponsoring vicious attacks

      A new desperate campaign against the enemies of its mentors – indicted oligarch Ivo Prokopiev and fugitive banker Tsvetan Vassilev – has been launched by the cohort of former employees of the head of the Capital circle that is now ostensibly working for the pretentiously named NGO Anti-Corruption Fund. This operation masked as an investigation has several goals.

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    • Georgi Georgiev comes out with odious lie

      Georgi Georgiev comes out with odious lie

      Georgi Georgiev, leader of the quasi-NGO BOETS has hit the moral rock bottom when he made his family drama a weapon in an odious political hole-and-corner intrigue. Quite expectedly this nefarious suggestion was readily picked up by the organised media group of the oligarchy. And washing dirty linen in public was presented as a pursuit of high moral principles.

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    • Peevski’s critics – on the wrong side of truth

      Peevski’s critics – on the wrong side of truth

      “Here’s what I don’t understand: how come any Tom, Dick and Harry think they have the right to choose the prosecutor general? Is it hereditary, some sort of genetic malformation or is it that only grant-funded people have this conviction?” This opinion in the comment section of one of oligarch Ivo Prokopiev’s media outlets tells you a lot, if not everything you need to know.

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    • Why State Security agents dislike Peevski

      Why State Security agents dislike Peevski

      A week before Halloween the State Security agents took out their fancy dresses and started to doll up in front of the mirror. On Friday, 25 October Ognyan Stefanov woke up around noon with a wicked hangover. That rakya was a bit too much yesterday. Drowsily he tried to rub the sleep out of his eyes and installed himself at a computer. He had such bottleache not once nor twice and has long learnt that one fire drives out another. Should your head feel too heavy relieve yourself and you’ll feel better.

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    • „Reds without Borders” lie about Peevski in chorus

      „Reds without Borders” lie about Peevski in chorus

      On Wednesday, Bulgaria’s PM Boyko Borissov proposed that all printed matter in Bulgaria should be distributed by the state-owned Bulgarian Posts EAD company. His proposal has stirred a commotion of the spirits among the communist nomenclature’s media outlets which roared and yelled against it in unison.

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    • It all circles back to Peevski

      It all circles back to Peevski

      The European Commission (EC) has determined that Bulgaria has made sufficient progress on implementing the recommendations made under the EU monitoring mechanism that focuses on judicial reform, corruption and organised crime and clearly believes that the mechanism should be scrapped. What is the EC thinking, acting as if it is above Hristo Ivanov and Atanas Atanasov from Yes, Bulgaria?

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    • Reporters under pressure: a relay event of asking questions about Peevski

      Reporters under pressure: a relay event of asking questions about Peevski

      A curious flash mob has been taking place in the behind-the-scenes clique’s media outlets over the past few days and weeks. Not a day goes by without some prominent reporter of that clique asking prosecutor-general candidate Ivan Geshev a question from the comforts of their own computer. The query is always the same and is passed around like a baton. The participants in this sporting event ask Geshev about Peevski. Ask and do not particularly care for an answer.

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    • Kostov hides CorpBank secret

      Kostov hides CorpBank secret

      Oligarch Ivo Prokopiev has outed Tsvetan Vassilev as a seasoned Russian lobbyist. Instead of doing a favour to the financial fraudster responsible for the biggest theft (between BGN 5bn and BGN 6bn) in Bulgaria’s modern history, Prokopiev’s Anti-Corruption Fund achieved quite the opposite.

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    • Prokopiev exposed Russian ties of the fugitive banker in a bid to implicate Peevski in South Stream affair

      Prokopiev exposed Russian ties of the fugitive banker in a bid to implicate Peevski in South Stream affair

      Oligarch Ivo Prokopiev and his fosterlings from the Anticorruption Fund have exposed the Russian ties of the indicted ex-banker Tsvetan Vassilev who is hiding out in Serbia. The awkward situation in a tandem between Prokopiev and Vassilev was caused by a film released by Capital in a bid to implicate the lawmaker of the opposition party Movement for Rights and Freedoms and publisher of Telegraph Media Delyan Peevski in the South Stream affair.

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