Thursday, May 2, 2013

Der Standard: Bulgaria Boyko Borisov's been-and probably will-run as a private security firm.


Der Standard: Bulgaria Boyko Borisov's been-and probably will-run as a private security firm.


The failure of the Bulgarian government, which unilaterally pursuing austerity may provide food for thought in Berlin, Brussels and the European Central Bank in Frankfurt, said the Austrian newspaper "Der Standard" and continues:
  Clicking the years of socialism have changed with the police, secret service, shady groups and private security guards. Shocking that strikes the recorded conversations of the former rulers, the infinite vulgarism and cynicism-of Bulgaria Boyko Borisov was-and it might be headed, a private security firm.
To 2013. Bulgaria is rated as the country with partially free media and in the global ranking of U.S. NGO Freedom House is placed directly in front of Mongolia on the 77th place among 196 countries and territories.
Index on media freedom ahead for Serbia, but Romania (88) and Greece (85) are worse in the Annual Report Freedom of the Media 2013.
Reuters: Bulgarians emigrated abroad.

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