Nobody has ever built a statue of a critic – or of a factory owner – who doesn't pay his workers on time.
What happens if you give someone you know is fairly corruptible the power to impose fines on you over matters that are left to their own judgement? Not a very clever way to fight corruption, you would have thought, but…
If it were on 1 April that the 24 Chasa carried the news that George W.
“Was President Georgi Parvanov at the DiMario Hotel in the Simitli Region on 1 March?” “The president was not at the hotel. Someone is trying to make himself look good at someone else's expense.”
The Defence Ministry may have violated the Classified Information Act by digging out some Second World War Soviet T-34 tanks and German Nazi panzers and putting them for “safekeeping” in an open-air military compound near Yambol.
“The Thracian Spirit – An Exceptional Bulgarian Destination” sounds like a road sign from somewhere deep in the sticks, leading to a minor hollow in a remote cliff, labelled as an “ancient sanctuary”.
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