In what has become practically an annual ritual, Bulgaria’s National Assembly on September 2 again rejected proposals from socialist and nationalist MPs to close the Dossier Commission, the body charged […]
At least 16 000 records of Bulgaria’s communist-era Military Intelligence personnel, the equivalent of nearly half, were destroyed after the beg ...
“A quarter of a century after the collapse of the Berlin Wall, we have to admit that in our country a change of elites has been not been carried out ...
A quarter of a century after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the same old people associated with the Communist Party and its ruthless secret services are ...
MPs from Bulgaria’s centre-right Reformist Bloc coalition and largest party GERB have tabled in Parliament proposals to outlaw communist-era symbols, while in a move taking a different tack on the […]
A total of 267 candidate mayors in Bulgaria’s October 25 2015 mayoral and municipal elections had worked for the country’s communist-era secret service State Security, according to a check by […]
The order by Bulgaria’s Defence Minister Nikolai Nenchev to transfer communist-era Military Intelligence archives to the Dossier Commission – the body charged by law with identifying former secret service agents […]
Bulgarian Defence Minister Nikolai Nenchev signed an order on May 27 to deliver the archives of communist-era Military Intelligence to the Dossier Commission, the body that deals with disclosures of […]
The State Security files on Bozhidar Dimitrov, the controversial head of Bulgaria’s National History Museum, are to be published as a 320-page book detailing his career as an agent for […]
A new website, agentibg.com, was launched on November 24, offering searchable details of people identified as having worked for Bulgaria’s communist-era State Security and military intelligence. The site, in Bulgarian […]