hilarious, thank you!
it seems it has dropped your attention that Bulgaria is a member of the EU and therefore the moratorium is against EU (and thus Bulgarian) law. Every EU citizen is by law entitled to buy land in Bulgaria after the end of the mutually agreed exemption period.
Bulgaria cannot extent this period by a law unless it gets ratification from all other EU member states. One has to be really Mr. "Optimistic" if you think that the other member states will sign and ratify such an agreement that so obviously breaks legally binding agreements and commitments Bulgaria has made.
just a friendly reminder:
1. The language of this forum is English, and not Macedonian or Serbian.
2. The Macedonian language was invented after WWII and the failure of the realization of the Balkan Federation. You should at least know your own history and have a look at the content and genesis of the Yugoslaw "Law on the Invention of a Macedonian language" before you start to make derogatory remarks targeted at others. It seems you suffer from the same problem as most Slav Macedonians: you have a problem with your identity as a nation, because this identity is completely invented. Look at the new city center of Skopje with its megalomania and you know what I mean. Disneyland as a basis for the modern Macedonia - pathetic.
There are lots of things in Bulgaria that are reason for very harsh criticism. But primitive insults like the one's you throw around in your last posting are not helpful.
so a study financed by the tobacco industry proves that "second-hand" smoking isn't harmful. Very surprising indeed. ROFL
"Bulgarian Liberal Party"? Are you serious, Novinite? I wouldn't call the lobby of TIM and the Turkish tobacco farmers "liberal" - it's like calling a bank robber a "financial consultant".
two stotinki of common sense are sufficient to understand that Troyanov is right and your attempt to mark him as a drug dealer or a pederast is just pathetic.
thank you for your very valuable opinion regarding the article and my comment. Truly enlightening and of high intellectual standard, as usual.
maybe you should have a look at the forum rules. "We do not allow personal insults, derogatory and racist remarks. Abusive, vulgar or obscene language will not be tolerated here."
Having a very negative opinion about many aspects of life in Bulgaria and posting it, is in itself not an insult, but expression of an opinion. Or do you think that only opinions that suit you should have a place in this forum? I don't think so.
You would expect that the fight against misery and unemployment, for a better health system, higher pensions and decent eduction, and against the all-embracing mafia should be the top pririties of the government. But no, we are in Bulgaria. Lift of the smoking ban, introduction of a moratorium that isn't a moratorium and appointing chalga singers and mobsters as key players in this government seem to be the only interesting topics with which this government is dealing.
He served 9 years for drug trafficking? Sounds like he will soon be in a high office in Bulgaria - maybe as a Deputy Minister responsible for combating organized crime? That would be just the normal thing in this wonderful country.
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