Meet the DPS voters and discover the simple pleasures of life they enjoy - such as electricity and running water. Their leaders, however, prefer yachts and palaces
This is a very true story that was front-page news in this country for a few days. It is not about the Bulgarian National Lottery, called "Toto," since the days of Communism, in order to differentiate it from the "capitalist" Lotto. It is about how the Bulgarian media, including Bulgarian National Television, or BNT, supposedly this country's equivalent of the BBC, does its reporting*. We are not a translation magazine, so we will not be delivering any more BNT (or Rupert Murdoch) news to you any time in the future.
Can the leader of the Movement for Rights and Freedoms once again do the impossible: fool all the people all the time?
"The idea of removing the flat rate income tax is not just ill-considered; it is downright stupid."
Finance Minister Simeon Djankov on President Georgi Parvanov's suggestion that the flat tax rate be scrapped
The government has drawn up a list of 57 new measures against corruption and organised crime. Will they work?