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Reforms, Law Enforcement and Power

No radical economic reform can be implemented without relevant laws to regulate the economic environment. Establishing the power of the law is one of the basic pillars of modern Western civilization, although it is hardly ever understood in Bulgaria. Here, people still believe that crucial reforms can be made without the need of strong legislation

GERB’s Reformer Hypocrisy

They say GERB would be making reforms, should it win a second mandate. At a meeting between the government and the business, held on the 3rd of December, Mr. Simeon Dyankov asked the ministers what kind of reforms they were going to initiate, should GERB happen to win a second mandate. Since, for a full

It’s the Economy, Stupid!*

Bulgaria is the poorest EU Member State and this fact no longer surprises anybody. Bulgarians got used to their place in the bottom of all rankings and revealing such information has even become an occasion of jokes and laughter. Of course, this is sad, but Bulgarians somehow manage to accept their destiny because all illusions

The Political Crisis and the Possible Right Wing Alternative

This is the third serious political and economic crisis, undergoing in Bulgaria for the last 23 years. What is common for all three of them is that they are all based on economic arguments, which find expression through political means. None of the crises in Bulgaria has been given rise by purely political reasons. The