Lozan Panov

    • Telegraph Media refers outrageous Black Swan case outcome to EC and SJC

      Telegraph Media refers outrageous Black Swan case outcome to EC and SJC

      The wife of judge №1 in the country Lozan Panov has a criminal record with the police. This is a fact of reality substantiated by an official document provided by the Ministry of Interior. As it turns out, the file on the case has not been saved, which destroys any chance of finding out what exactly Elisaveta Panova did 15 years ago. However, the mention of her name in a 2004 report of a suspected crime as a perpetrator of an act of hooliganism – resisting authorities, a misdemeanor under Art. 325, Par. 2 of the Penal Code – is still in the database.

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    • The oligarchy’s court attacks Peevski's media

      The oligarchy’s court attacks Peevski's media

      Oligarch Ivo Prokopiev and his mentor, former PM Ivan Kostov, are pulling the strings of the court system through their puppet judge Lozan Panov. This much was revealed by the shameful decision of an oligarchy-controlled court controlled, which washed clean the scandalous past of Elisaveta Panova. The ruling of the Sofia City Court effectively puts an end to the illusion of rule of law in Bulgaria with the sole purpose of serving the behind-the-scene clique’s interests.

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    • Radan Kanev and Hristo Ivanov share talking points with Lozan Panov

      Radan Kanev and Hristo Ivanov share talking points with Lozan Panov

      Failed Justice Minister Hristo Ivanov, the current leader of Yes, Bulgaria, and the leader of the EP electoral ticket of Democratic Bulgaria Radan Kanev have used their time on air which the bTV channel’s morning block allocates for pre-election interviews, to smear Bulgaria, judicial power and the government. Both based their statements on the talking points reiterated by chair of the Supreme Court of Cassation Lozan Panov.   

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    • Lozan Panov avoids inconvenient questions

      Lozan Panov avoids inconvenient questions

      The infamous head of the Supreme Court of Cassation (SCC) Lozan Panov has run away from the media’s inconvenient question once again. He walked away from every enquiry about whether he would resign now that it has emerged that he defamed the country in front of Brussels representatives and after Prime Minister Boyko Borissov publicly withdrew his support for him.

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    • Oligarchy makes fuss about nothing

      Oligarchy makes fuss about nothing

      Certain famed “fighters” for democracy and justice (and nice paychecks) have been in a strange position for years. Other people busily hand them reports and false information that they, just like regular apprentices, run from one institution to the next to submit – content that someone else authored – in exchange of payment. Since its very inception, the NGO Boets (Bulgarian for “fighter”) has been clearly showing one thing – it will serve those who pay the most. The organisation is not even ashamed to disseminate photos of its chairperson alongside the fugitive banker Tsvetan Vassilev, who is being tried for the engineered failure of CorpBank.

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    • Panov pardons oligarchs for Brussels’s consumption

      Panov pardons oligarchs for Brussels’s consumption

      The scandalous head of the Supreme Court of Cassation (SCC) Lozan Panov is trying to hook up indicted oligarchs with pardons for Brussels’s consumption. This was revealed by shorthand records of conversations that took place between representatives of the judicial system and a Brussels coordination team tasked with preparing the reports on Bulgaria’s progress in the area of Justice and Home Affairs. The documents were published on the website of the Supreme Judicial Council (SJC) after the heads of the personnel policy of the judicial system voted for such disclosure at a 9 May plenary session.

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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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