Sasho Donchev

    • Restart of system takes off guises of oligarchs, throws them in panic

      Restart of system takes off guises of oligarchs, throws them in panic

      The Bulgarian oligarchs have been shaking since yesterday. Even if a bomb had fallen on their palaces, which were paid with plundered from us money, it would still not have caused them such a shock and horror. Since Prime Minister Boyko Borissov announced the proposal to convene a Grand National Assembly, all the bolts and cogs of behind-the-scenes manipulation machine started spewing on one and the same talking point - that this idea was a replacement, and not a change. Comically refuting in their panic not anyone else but themselves. You don't believe it? Let's see now:

    • Delyan Peevski is inconvenient for #WHO?

      Delyan Peevski is inconvenient for #WHO?

      Who turned the country into a sieve?

      Who is stealing directly from our pockets through electricity and natural gas bills that have been artificially pumped up for decades?

      Who turned our hospitals into hostages of a pharmaceutical giant, sending the healthcare system into decay?

    • Revelation: #WHO attacks Peevski

      Revelation: #WHO attacks Peevski

      The mafia in Bulgaria has yet again gone after lawmaker from the opposition Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF) and publisher of Telegraph Media Delyan Peevski. Not a day goes by without the media outlets of the oligarchy’s barons spouting yet another lie about the MP. This vicious campaign has been going on for more than 10 years, and its orchestrators must have ran out of ideas a long time ago because they are now constantly abusing the same themes. To get to the bottom of this vile mesh of lies, false reports, defamation tactics and outright fabrications, it is best to look at it through the prism of the basic journalistic questions designed to uncover the objective truth.

    • Transparent distraction tactic

      Transparent distraction tactic

      It is 28 June 2017. The Prosecutor’s Office brings charges against two former chairpersons of the country’s energy regulator EWRC (at the time Energy and Water State Regulatory Commission), Angel Semerdzhiev and Svetla Todorova, for abuse of official capacity. Semerdzhiev was at the helm of the watchdog from 2011 until 2013, while Todorova’s term lasted from 2014 until 2015.

    • Who is afraid of revision of transition to democracy?

      Who is afraid of revision of transition to democracy?

      Thirty years after 10th November 1989, the term "transition" still works flawlessly in our country, the same way as the English salt does. Especially, if it is combined with another term - "revision". A few days ago, it became clear that ultimately, such a revision might be finally conducted. GERB party (Citizens for European development of Bulgaria) insisted on establishment of a commission of inquiry, charged to investigate what happened in the murky 1990s in Bulgaria. Their idea was supported by the Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF), which pointed out that such a proposal has been repeatedly submitted by the lawmaker Delyan Peevski.

    • Oligarchy triumvirate attacks Peevski

      Oligarchy triumvirate attacks Peevski

      Another piece of fake news, which was concocted by the oligarchy, alleging that PM Boyko Borissov and the MP and publisher of Telegraph Media Delyan Peevski are in factual diarchy, was posted on the negligible website Sega owned by the natural gas tycoon Sasho Donchev. Etymology of the term “diarchy” comes from ancient Greek and means a form of governing in which two people rule together having equal powers.

    • Prokopiev - the coronavirus of Bulgarian journalism

      Prokopiev - the coronavirus of Bulgarian journalism

      A coronavirus is haunting Bulgarian journalism. The coronavirus of Prokopiev's mainstream media machine. Just like Covid-19, it attacks underhandedly and relentlessly and spreads hotbeds of contagion. However, in contrast to the coronavirus, it has not been spreading for just several months, but for two decades now, in a bid to hit real journalism and put on artificial respiration the freedom of speech in Bulgaria.