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Bulgaria turns GDPR into media censorship instrument

The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) entered in force last May with the purpose of stopping the abuse with the citizens’ private data by business. GDPR is one of the big achievements of the Juncker…

DPS party: Secret partner of the ruling GERB

“Bulgaria does not need early elections”. This is what the honorary chairman and founder of the Movement for Rights and Freedoms (DPS) Ahmed Dogan told his party colleagues during his traditional speech on his birthday…

Patriotic games, Bulgaria-style

One of the leading questions hanging in the balance of the European elections in Bulgaria, aside from the future of the current government, is how the nationalist and far-right parties will settle their differences. The…


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