Monitor News Agency (360)

  • Tsvetan Vassilev pays for a bloody protest against Geshev

    Tsvetan Vassilev pays for a bloody protest against Geshev

    Tsvetan Vassilev’s puppets from the NGO Boets are preparing to instigate instances of bloody violance at the protest against prosecutor-general nominee Ivan Geshev they are organising. This was reported by Channel 3, which, among other things, cites social media posts by the chairperson of the organisation Georgi Georgiev, who has openly demonstrated his close ties to Vassilev.

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  • Capital is again shooting blank at Peevski

    Capital is again shooting blank at Peevski

    Capital, the flagship of Media Empire ruled by oligarch Prokopiev, is again shooting blank at the lawmaker and publisher of Telegraph Media Delyan Peevski. Following the tradition, they are firing blank rounds because no matter how much the indicted oligarch wants to quote damning facts about Peevski there are no such facts but only ludicrous gossips and backroom deals.

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  • Agent Academician laments Kostov’s money. “Peevski is to blame” sounds again

    Agent Academician laments Kostov’s money. “Peevski is to blame” sounds again

    Agent Academician seems delirious again; and they say that the African swine fever is not dangerous for people. In a political “analysis” full of pathos, published on his obliging website, Ognyan Stefanov stirs up a classical hodgepodge of fake news. The old State Security operative laments the fact that authorities are investigating a suspicious half a million levs of Ivan Kostov’s finances and likens the former PM to a tall tree buffeted by hurricanes whereas the bushes survive just fine low to the ground.

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  • NRA incriminates godfather of Bulgarian mafia, Kostov, in illegal BGN 500,000

    NRA incriminates godfather of Bulgarian mafia, Kostov, in illegal BGN 500,000

    The godfather of the Bulgarian mafia and behind-the-scenes clique Ivan Kostov, aka the Commander, has been busted much like Al Capone was after tax authorities reveled an illegal half a million of levs. The huge sum with unknown source was discovered during audits launched 2-3 years ago, while the news itself came from Kostov, who, in a highly-produced interview for bTV, tried to secure a media shield for himself against future actions of the Bulgarian investigators.

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  • CorpBank proven to be pyramid three times over

    CorpBank proven to be pyramid three times over

    In the five years since the CorpBank scandal first surfaced three opinions by world-renowned experts have proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that the lender was turned by its majority owner Tsvetan Vassilev into a financial pyramid and his personal piggy-bank.

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  • 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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