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    • Mercenary sociologist foists his “personal opinion” about Peevski on the public

      Mercenary sociologist foists his “personal opinion” about Peevski on the public

      A sociologist-for-hire has crept out of the shadows to attack the leader of the Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF) Mustafa Karadayi and lawmaker and Telegraph Media publisher Delyan Peevski. Associate Professor Tsvetozar Tomov, a former spokesperson for the Central Election Commission (CEC), deliberately proclaimed as “wrong” the CEC decision to accept the two politicians’ choice to give up their MEP seats following the European Parliament elections.

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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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    • Oppressive shadow diplomacy

      Oppressive shadow diplomacy

      The official start of the Euro vote campaign was announced in Bulgaria less than a week ago. The developments of the following five days can hardly be described logically, because they are barren of worldly logics but result from most vulgar hysteria. 

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    • Oligarchy wags the dog against Delyan Peevski

      Oligarchy wags the dog against Delyan Peevski

      On 1 May the Central Election Commission (CEC) announced its position that the MEP candidacy of lawmaker and Telegraph Media publisher Delyan Peevski conforms with the requirements set out in the relevant legislation. The CEC decision was clear, unambiguous and firm.

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    • CEC: Peevski meets all eligibility requirements for MEP

      CEC: Peevski meets all eligibility requirements for MEP

      The Central Electoral Committee (CEC) came out with a decision that the candidature of the MP and publisher of Telegraph Media meets all the eligibility requirements. The checkup was provoked by an alarm signal sent by Boets NGO associated with the fugitive banker Tsvetan Vassilev who is hiding from justice in Serbia. It is namely Boets that sent a warning against Peevski to CEC.

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    • BOEC comes into action, sends warnings against Peevski to CEC

      BOEC comes into action, sends warnings against Peevski to CEC

      While some of the pawns from the oligarchic chessboard formation play their games abroad, in Bulgaria one of the oligarchs’ battering rams against Delyan Peevski, namely BOEC NGO, was activated for attacking the lawmaker. The NGO which openly demonstrates its close connections with the fugitive banker Tsvetan Vassilev was used to send reports against Peevski to the Central Electoral Commission (CEC).

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    • Week of Euro passions and Euro fakes

      Week of Euro passions and Euro fakes

      The Holy Week in Bulgaria has been hard. Especially for the behind-the-scenes political and economic circles in the country. Just because the eternal adversary of the Bulgarian behind-the-scenes clique has been nominated for MEP. His name is Delyan Peevski, the sworn enemy of the oligarchy.

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    • Journalism of fake news

      Journalism of fake news

      “In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act.” George Orwell

      Journalism has always been a force in Bulgaria, but nowadays it has been tarnished by the ambition of a group of people to hold the rights to everything – civil society, democracy, and truth. Embittered by their own fear that they have “control” over these elements only through a web of pawns, these behind-the-scenes players are keen to grab a stranglehold of journalism as well. So that they can hold it captive in some basement, bound and gagged, and silence it as the public conscious is left with fake news only.

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