Reporters Without Borders has issued a statement Thursday condemning recent words of Bulgarian Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, threatening journalists with the country's secret services.
"What they have done, I can cook it for all of you standing here today. I can order the secret services to launch similar cases for all of you journalists, all of you without exception," Borisov said two days ago in commenting for the media documents published by the site for investigative journalism Bivol.bg, revealing that the PM has been a person of interest for the anti-mafia police in the 90s of the 20th century.
The official statement of Reporters Without Borders started precisely with quoting the above and referring readers to Novinite.com, where the quote has been published in English....
Well very soon there is a choice to be made by all bulgarians. If bate Boiko seems to taste so sour in the mouth, than there is always the other option - "Don Sergey du Communist". And live long the Troina Koalizia Reloaded. It will be so beautiful after the new expectations fade away to the old well known feeding with crap 3 times a day. And than bivol.bg/galeria should be proclaimed a national site/newspaper as it was before with "Rabotnichesko Delo". I mean they might become very boring because no one wants to mud the waters with revelations about the past of the commy brothers, right? I personally failed to see anything horrifying in the data about bate Boiko, but you know there are always those puritans who think politicians worldwide should be as clean as the freshly fallen snow.
Anti-government protesters toppled on Sunday evening a monument of Lenin in central Kiev....
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