Monitor News Agency (634)

  • PM Borissov: Realisation of new nuclear power facility will be of strategic importance

    PM Borissov: Realisation of new nuclear power facility will be of strategic importance

    We have launched a procedure for searching an opportunity to build a new nuclear power facility on No 2 site of Kozloduy Nuclear Power Plant (NPP). This was posted by PM Boyko Borissov on his Facebook page after the Council of Ministers’ Meeting. The reason was the decision of the cabinet to give a mandate to the Bulgarian Energy Holding to study the possibility for construction of unit 7 of the NPP as well as to negotiate with US companies.

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  • Bankruptcy administrators of CorpBank return BGN 1.5bn to creditors

    Bankruptcy administrators of CorpBank return BGN 1.5bn to creditors

    Nearly BGN 1.5bn has been retrieved by Kristi Marinova and Angel Donov – the bankruptcy administrators of CorpBank. The process of returning money to people and companies in line for it is done through so-called partial accounts for distribution. Some BGN 570m was paid out through the first such account in May 2019. The administrators note that as a result thousands of depositors have gotten some of their CorpBank money back.

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  • Bobokov brothers gain control of $ 3,375,000 plant for $ 590,000 in cash

    Bobokov brothers gain control of $ 3,375,000 plant for $ 590,000 in cash

    Can a person go from a sole-owner of a small business to one of Europe’s biggest producers of batteries with operations on three continents and assets that rank them near the top of the list of wealthiest Bulgarians? Before you say “no”, think really carefully. Because the answer is “yes”, as long as you are in Bulgaria, know the right people and schemes and get yourself a lion’s share of the criminally privatised state companies under Ivan Kostov’s government. 

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  • Capital Film Studio presents: Lords of Junk in smear attack against Delyan Peevski

    Capital Film Studio presents: Lords of Junk in smear attack against Delyan Peevski

    The Capital Film Studio has released the latest installment in its fake-news soap opera Lords of Junk, which has been force-fed to its audience for years. The goal of the series is always the same – to take a swipe at enemy №1 of the behind-the-scenes clique Delyan Peevski, who earned that distinction with his legislative initiatives and his publications’ consistent policy of exposing the shady deals of the oligarchs defrauding the Bulgarian public. The series is the work of indicted oligarch Ivo Prokopiev, who uses the same formula, the same lies. Only the actors change.

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  • Pinocchio attaches EU funds to Delyan Peevski

    Pinocchio attaches EU funds to Delyan Peevski

    Are you familiar with the term delusion? If you look it up in the dictionary, it is explained as a state of harbouring a false belief. In the field of medicine, delusion can be a symptom of an entire spectrum of mental health conditions from schizophrenia to bipolar disorder.

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  • Delyan Peevski involved even in Toys’ Game

    Delyan Peevski involved even in Toys’ Game

    The leader of "Yes, Bulgaria" party Hristo Ivanov never appears alone. Next to him always stays his bodyguard Ivaylo Mirchev like a big shadow. In this appearance, the two gentlemen resemble the classic couple in a well-known animated comedy, where the first character is a small, harmful and cunning old fox, and the other one is a stupid, but big and strong gorilla.

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  • Oligarchic gang prepares stake for Bulgarian state

    Oligarchic gang prepares stake for Bulgarian state

    The oligarchic gang in our country, which became known with by-name "WHO" because of its behind-the-scenes methods of putting pressure on the government, literally set a stake for the statehood in our country. On Wednesday, through a "civil" protest, which in fact turned out to be a thugs’ riot, in front of the new building of the National Assembly, the indicted bosses tried to push the government, in order to escape retribution for their crimes.

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  • MRF demands resignations of government and president

    MRF demands resignations of government and president

    The Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF) demanded the resignations of the government and the President Rumen Radev. This became clear from the MRF leader Mustafa Karadayi’s speech in the National Assembly on the occasion of starting the new parliamentary season. The party has called for an expert cabinet to hold fair elections and bring the country out of the political crisis

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