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Tag Archives: Bulgaria
Since 1989 and the fall of communism, corruption has been a significant hurdle to overcome for South East European states in their drive to establish well functioning societies. With time, the fight against organized crime and corruption became part of … Continue reading
The demonstrations have been going on for more than 6 months in Bulgaria now. Every day the crowd of anger gathers in front of the parliament building, calling for the Government to resign on grounds of favoring domestic oligarchs, and … Continue reading