BG already has these institutions - the Kushlev Commission - but as usual its merely a front to try and show that the country is trying. No-one believes this any more. Romania has I think two former prime ministers in jail. That's probably a high target - let's aim for one former minister from the last 20 years. Surely there must be one? We had a minister of defence being caught on tape red handed taking a bribe along with the general secretary of the ministry of finance. And what happened? An apology to the good man and some compensation.
Sure - when Bulgarian workers get the same salaries as those across the EU. Bigger subsidies merely means bigger profits for the large agri-businesses that are such good supporters of the political elite and nothing to the little guy. In fact, increasing the grants available for equipment further reduces the levels of employment in the villages.
And there is a reason why this cannot be put to tender? Is it so specialised that only the army can build a fence in Bulgaria?
And yet Turkey can host 2 million of them without whining....
Parliamentary Committee for Culture and Media and owns Biad. How very apt.
Gas transit revenues through Bulgaria are anyway mostly misappropriated by a select group of individuals in the energy sector. So no great loss there.
Oh dear, the energy oligarchs will not become quite as rich as they had expected. Damn those pesky interfering administrators in Brussels!
50% more Chinese Tourists in Bulgaria
Potentially Defective Aluminum was used by All Car Manufacturers in Japan