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#1
stoenv - 18 Dec 2014 // 12:07:55

Well, I just read that the consortium from France's "Total", Austria's "UMV" and a Spanish counterpart are postponing the drilling for gas and petrol in the Black Sea's "Khan Asparouh" sector because of unfavourable financial climate and they point specifically tio the current low price of fuels. This means that their return on the expenses in drilling is not going to be satisfactory financially.
I work out that this should be the real reason for Gazprom not to go ahead with the pipeline "South Stream". Everything else seems to be just a smoke screen-including the statements of Putin and Medvedev trying to put the blame on Bulgaria and score politically.

#2
stoenv - 18 Dec 2014 // 11:43:49

Would www.novinite.com chief editor and management be kind to accept a proposal from me, please: take this article and the document it quotes from the link available to the chief prosecutor and to the management of the National Assembly, under your media coverage.
Can you imagine if what must happen happens-political leaders issue a joint declaration and the National Assembly accepts a law, and the chief prosecutor starts legal process to uncover the perpetrators?
If nothing like this is initiated, we really deserve to be in that plight.
I have so much hope in you.

#3
stoenv - 16 Dec 2014 // 16:27:07

Bulgaria knows not stopping in its mischievous behaviour-now it is guilty of the fall of the rouble.

#4
stoenv - 9 Aug 2014 // 02:03:58

A Tale of Two Plamens

Plamen Grozdanov does not quantify the share of Bulgaria's export and yet, bravely describes above nightmarish scenario in which " the obstructions to a promising market such as the Russian one would have a substantial negative impact on many small and medium-sized companies". This Plamen is labelled in the title of the article an expert.
At the same time in Novinite.com one finds the opinion of Plamen Dimitrov, President of the Confederation of Independent Trade Unions in Bulgaria, who concludes that "So far, the list of imported products that Moscow has banned will affect no more than 2% of Bulgarian exports - mainly of raw fruits and dairy products" and says that " Bulgaria's exports will suffer losses no greater than BGN 18-20M"

Now answer the following questions: whom of the two Plamens are we to believe? Who of them is lobbying for Russia in this stand off and why? Whose statement is more responsible and why? And finally, what is better for Bulgaria in the long run-being pro-Russian or pro EU?

#5
stoenv - 25 Jul 2014 // 14:24:17

I only hope it is not done in the old Soviet-style impractical "programma"s. I wish they looked into the experience of Japan and China though. What I have in mind is their effectiveness in importing best experience and vanguard achievements from all over the world into those countries by using japanese and chinese abroad.

#6
stoenv - 25 Jul 2014 // 14:14:37

Why, Barekov, does media owe you this support? You had to earn it. Unfortunately, in your brief life as a politician you revealed unattractive features that liken you to "mutras"-rude, threatening, intollerable, boasting, extreme, not well bred, why not stupid.
You are not for new politics, mate. You look uglier that the ugly politicians who inhabit the current parliament. Your name is in corruption scandals and, you know, people think where there is smoke, there should be fire. Bulgarians are increasingly looking for the next generation of politicians-competent, polite, honest, delivering, You are none of these and most people already got that message. Briefly, we see you as Siderov number 2 while you see yourself as the next messiah and we really had enough of them.
You better go back to journalism and do it modestly. Remember-MODESTLY. This is your only recipe left for recovering any honour.

#7
stoenv - 2 Jul 2014 // 12:10:11

A good decision. You have completed your mission in parliament so well so far. It is timely to leave it-just in the middle of the summer holidays season and a little before it goes in history.Good to say the reasons. Otherwise people battle to understand why the most needed person in parliament is leaving.
Now find a remote island in the Pacific, name it Ataka, get a psychiatrist girlfriend and do not come, please.Get a deserved holiday. We promise to think of you.

#8
stoenv - 24 Jun 2014 // 12:54:48

Bye bye Stanishev. I expect soon a change on top of this party. Under such circumstances it is much better for a man who is not able to earn his living professionally to milk the EU cow.

#9
stoenv - 19 Jun 2014 // 16:48:31

One more incompetent politician out. He has been on the gravy train for almost two decades.Could he try and provide evidence of something useful done for the country, please. So much expenses have been wasted for his salaries etc.
I hope everybody else follow both from BSP and Gerb and hand over the country to new and young politicians.

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