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The week: The Accountant and Srebrenica

The week: The Accountant and Srebrenica

Glavchev The Sudden Diplomat, Long work hours and a belated Tsar’s burial


On the road to Brussels: Who’s who in the parties’ MEP lists?

On the road to Brussels: Who’s who in the parties’ MEP lists?

GERB and MRF bet on familiar faces, WCC pushes its nominees ahead of their partners from DB, while Vazrazhdane bets on a pro-Kremlin radio host



The week: Rumors of Bulgarian extinction are greatly exaggerated

The week: Rumors of Bulgarian extinction are greatly exaggerated

For once, good demographic news; gambling ban - better late than never and a big mining investment


The week: No country for the old

The week: No country for the old

The young have made it through, The rotation is now a centrifuge, Bulgarian football goes for old



Who will be the next Patriarch and why it matters

Who will be the next Patriarch and why it matters

The Bulgarian Orthodox Church controls a vast number of properties and hundreds of millions of levs, but most importantly - exerts influence over millions of laymen


The week: The trick with the migrant scare

The week: The trick with the migrant scare

Don’t let the news fool you, How flat should a tax be, and a Bishop dreams of heading the Church




The Notary vs. the Euro: the Judicial Pandora’s box

The Notary vs. the Euro: the Judicial Pandora’s box

The assassination of influence peddler Martin Bozhanov exposed the rotten core of the Bulgarian prosecution and might cause a civil war within it






The week: 3 focal points to watch out for post-Schengen

The week: 3 focal points to watch out for post-Schengen

Bulgaria gets a half-Schengen, Peevski gets a half party, and something awful is going on in the police


The week: Emperor Mihaylov lets Sofia burn

The week: Emperor Mihaylov lets Sofia burn

The 1989 of Bulgarian Football, Economy slows down, The ups&downs of Burgas



How 400 million levs in uncollected fines contribute to Bulgaria’s road carnage

How 400 million levs in uncollected fines contribute to Bulgaria’s road carnage

The lack of control and sanctions to enforce the right-of-way for pedestrians at crosswalks lead to less revenue for the state - and more casualties