Monitor News Agency (324)

  • Judges from three states debunked the lies of Tsvetan Vassilev

    Judges from three states debunked the lies of Tsvetan Vassilev

    The arbitrators representing three countries have debunked the lies of Tsvetan Vassilev about CorpBank and resolutely ruled that the bank could not be saved because it was syphoned off by the fugitive banker who turned into a pyramid. On 13 August, one of the most authoritative world arbitration tribunals, the court in the US capital Washington (ICSID) put to end the saga with the claim filed by the Omani State General Reserve Fund against Bulgaria almost four years ago, on 22 October 2015.

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  • State Fund of Oman withdraws claims against Bulgaria over CorpBank

    State Fund of Oman withdraws claims against Bulgaria over CorpBank

    Evidence against Tsvetan Vassilev in the CorpBank case contributed to taking the decision of great importance to the state – it is related to the financial pyramid which collapsed owing to the fugitive “pharaoh”. The Court of Arbitration in Washington has finally settled the dispute between Bulgaria and the Omani fund and on 13 August ruled on the international arbitration case No. ARB/15/43 filed by Omani State General Reserve Fund against Republic of Bulgaria with the International Center for Settling Investment Disputes in Washington, Bulgarian Ministry of Finance reported.

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  • The last train of Capital and Peevski

    The last train of Capital and Peevski

    Steam train puffs and whistles past the fields and whitewashed houses …

    That was a refrain of a children’s song accompanying a game in which kids made a line imitating a passenger train. In a similar manner, just like kids, the fosterlings of oligarch Ivo Prokopiev lined up on imaginary rails of corruption to puff out the next in a row editorial review released in the latest issue of the Capital weekly.

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  • Gas baron's pen pushers and Peevski theme as bubblegum

    Gas baron's pen pushers and Peevski theme as bubblegum

    It’s been sizzling hot in Bulgaria in recent days. The blistering temperatures seem to melt even stone but in air-conditioned and quiet editorial offices of the media outlets sustained by natural gas baron Sasho Donchev the staffers are broiling on a different fire. It’s August, but the turnover of fake news about the sworn enemy of the behind-the-scenes clique Delyan Peevski must be kept at high rate.

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  • Peevski: A spoon of tar in a barrel of CorpBank honey

    Peevski: A spoon of tar in a barrel of CorpBank honey

    A certain journalist of Duma daily shows muscle to demonstrate that he is still alive and kicking. A commendable effort for a newspaper which now publishes more obituaries than opinion pieces. Commendable but not quite. Because there is a spoon of tar in a barrel of honey where the fugitive banker used to thrust his hand every day until the barrel was emptied. And this has made the analysis meaningless and turned into a fake.

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  • Frog legs kicking against Peevski

    Frog legs kicking against Peevski

    The Frognews people are in the whirl of a crazy verbal dance. They spin, twist and distort, desperately trying to justify their salaries in a vociferous tirade against lawmaker and Telegraph Media publisher Delyan Peevski.

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