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 […]
Opening the files of Bulgaria’s communist-era secret service State Security late was a big mistake in the country’s transition, President Rossen P ...
Twelve members of Bulgaria’s 240-member 43rd National Assembly, that took office on October 27, formerly worked for the country’s communist-era s ...
The Bulgarian Foreign Ministry’s highest official, permanent secretary Georgi Dimitrov, has been dismissed, the ministry said on October 9. Dimi ...
Bulgaria’s Dossier Commission, the body that discloses people in public life that had links to the country’s communist-era State Security and military intelligence, has released a new list of credit […]
A candidate MP in Bulgaria’s October parliamentary elections has withdrawn after being identified as a former agent of the country’s communist-era State Security secret service – becoming the fourth to […]
Twelve of the candidate MEPs in Bulgaria’s May 25 2014 European Parliament elections were agents of communist-era secret service State Security, according to disclosures by the Dossier Commission. Of the […]
Bulgaria’s Foreign Minister Kristian Vigenin has nominated Branimir Radev, a former secret agent of the country’s communist-era security services, for EU’s vacancy as special representative for the South Caucasus and […]
Bulgarian President Rossen Plevneliev has issued a strong call against attempts to re-bury communist-era secret service records and to manipulate the truth about the decades of communist repression. Plevneliev issued […]
The Dossier Commission, which exposes people in Bulgaria who used to work for communist-era secret service State Security, appears to be getting too close for comfort as its explores ties […]