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Commenting article: New Leaks Expose Bulgarian PM in Past 'Criminal Orientation'

The independent site for investigative journalism published just before midnight Wednesday new documents from the Buddha police file of Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov.

All documents from the file have leaked anonymously through Bivol's platform Balkanleaks, which is modeled after the famous WikiLeaks, and have been revealed for the very first time.

The latest revelations include 6 new documents from the case for operative surveillance (DON), codenamed Buddha, against Boyko Metodiev Borisov.

Thenonymous - 7 Feb 2013 // 13:49:35

Can somebody explain the difference between a criminal & a politician?

Philippe - 7 Feb 2013 // 15:50:19

These new revelations are known in Brussels where BB attends a EU top this afternoon. Sure he won't fall asleep this time!

Such situations are not in any Marlon Brando script. HELP!

Sveto - 7 Feb 2013 // 19:10:07

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 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.

Chushki - 7 Feb 2013 // 19:31:53

Those Commies and Turks are desparately using all available methods to get their sticky fingers back on the levers of power so they can once again screw up the economy, push BG towards bankruptcy, whilst again getting EU funding frozen because of their incompetence and corruption.

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