Bulgaria’s Dossier Commission, the body charged by law with disclosing the identities of people in various walks of public life who worked for the country’s communist-era secret services, on October […]
The Bulgarian Orthodox Church’s governing body, the Holy Synod, said on September 28 that it had unanimously decided to dismiss Stara Zagora Met ...
In what has become practically an annual ritual, Bulgaria’s National Assembly on September 2 again rejected proposals from socialist and nationa ...
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 continuing their attempts […]
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 […]