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TEMA MAGAZINE AT BULGARIA`S KIOSKS

A new political weekly magazine Tema appeared in Bulgaria early this week. It is very close to the Time or Newsweek concept gathering news, current affairs and investigative journalism.

Politics | October 2, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

FORMER INTERIOR MINISTER LEADS

41% of the potential voters of Simeon II National movement prefer to vote for Bogomil Bonev, former interior minister, as a candidate-president of Bulgaria. Plamen Panayotov, chairman of Simeon`s parliamentary group is next, gaining 19% and Dimitar Tsonev

Politics | October 2, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

CHIEF INTERIOR SECRETARY WITH A BILL IN PARLIAMENT

I`ve submitted to the parliament a draft on amendments in the Penal Procedure Code in the pending cases section,` said Boyko Borissov, chief secretary of the IM. `Certain people have even about 70 pending actions, which is a huge problem.

Politics | October 2, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

280 BULGARIAN SAILORS ARRESTED

Ten ships, owned by the American-Spanish consortium `Renaissance Cruise`, were arrested on September 27. On board the ships was a crew of 280 Bulgarian sailors and maintenance personnel.

Politics | October 2, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

MALEEVA 16TH ON THE WTA RANKING

1 (1) Martina Hingis, Switzerland, 5,256 points.

Sports | October 2, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

RULING PARTY PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE KNOWN OCT 3

The Simeon II National Movement and the Movement for Rights and Freedoms will announce its joint presidential nomination on Wednesday, October 3, Info Radio reported. The Council and Parliamentary group of the Simeon II National Movement will decide on th

Politics | October 1, 2001, Monday // 00:00

TURKS` PARTY: AGREEMENT MARGINALIZES TURKS *

The Macedonian Radio At a news conference today, the Democratic Party of Turks [DPT] has voiced its opinions, remarks and proposals regarding the text of the draft amendments to the Constitution of the Republic of Macedonia.

Views on BG | October 1, 2001, Monday // 00:00

OVER 5 500 `ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS` COULD NOT ENTER BG

`More than 5,500 illegal immigrants have been prevented from entering Bulgaria since the beginning of this year,` the Director of the National Border Police Service, Colonel Valeri Grigorov, told journalists in Vidin. He specified that the situation on Bu

Politics | October 1, 2001, Monday // 00:00

OFFICIAL DISMISSES DOUBTS FOR N~PLANT SECURITY

`The claim that people could penetrate the Kozloduy nuclear power plant is absurd,` Ivan Khinovski, Bulatom Association Chairman said. `This is known by anyone familiar with the protection of the shops and laboratories in which nuclear fuel is involved in

Politics | October 1, 2001, Monday // 00:00

BG MUSLIMS AGAINST FUNDAMENTALISM ACCUSATIONS

Five thousand Bulgarian Muslims, living in the Rhodopes mountains are ready to start protests against accusations that Muslim fundamentalists are being trained in the area. Shukri Kubov, Mayor of Sarnitsa village in the region of Velingrad, declared that

Politics | October 1, 2001, Monday // 00:00

MUNICIPAL OFFICIALS THREAT TO SUE PRIME MINISTER

Two former deputies of the municipal governor of Lovech will sue Prime Minister Saxe-Coburg as their direct employer, Dnevnik Daily wrote . They will appeal the dismissal from their posts before the Higher Administrative Court.

Business | October 1, 2001, Monday // 00:00

US ATTACK WITH IMPACT ON HOTEL BUSINESS

`The terrorist assaults in the United States made representatives of US companies to cancel their reservations in Hilton hotel,` sources from the Sofia Municipality said, quoted by BTA. The municipality is a shareholder in Compagnie des Hotel de Luxe S.

Business | October 1, 2001, Monday // 00:00

BULGARIANS MAY STUDY FOR FREE IN AUSTRIA

The Austrian Embassy to Bulgaria made a proposal that the Bulgarian students do not pay fees for education in the Austrian universities. That was announced on October 1 from the Burgas Free University, quoted by Dnevnik Daily.

Politics | October 1, 2001, Monday // 00:00

DEFENSE MNISTRY READY TO ACT IN ALL CASES

The Bulgarian Prime Minister met Defense Minister Nikolay Svinarov and the Chief of the General Staff of the Bulgarian Army Miho Mihov. He visited the building of the Defense Ministry, Dnevnik Daily wrote.

Politics | October 1, 2001, Monday // 00:00

UDF TO PREPARE NEW STATUTE AND PROGRAM

The National Council of the United Democratic Forces /UDF/ will choose a working group that will prepare the new statute and program of the party. The meeting of the National Council will take place on October 2.

Politics | October 1, 2001, Monday // 00:00

VISAS FOR RUSSIA; UKRAINE;GEORGIA INTRODUCED

The visa regime for Bulgarian nationals, traveling to Russia, Ukraine and Georgia was introduced on October 1. Nearly thirty people queued in front of the Consulates of these countries in Bulgaria either to apply for visas or to ask for information.

Politics | October 1, 2001, Monday // 00:00

THE COMMITTEE SUPPORTING STOYANOV REGISTERED

The Central Electoral Commission registered the Committee that supports Petur Stoyanov`s and Nelly Kutskova`s candidatures for President and Vice President respectively. The Committee was registered with date September 26.

Politics | October 1, 2001, Monday // 00:00

RUSSIA INTRODUCES VISAS FOR BULGARIANS

ITAR-TASS news agency Bulgaria has introduced visa requirements for Russian citizens, effective from 1 October.

Views on BG | October 1, 2001, Monday // 00:00

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION CHANGES TO BE MADE

The Bulgarian and Romanian environment ministers will discuss the harmonizing the two countries` environmental protection standards in late October in Bucharest. The talks will be part of Bulgaria`s efforts to align its domestic legislation with that of t

Politics | October 1, 2001, Monday // 00:00

MASONS VOTE AGAINST TERRORISM

`The delegates to the 3rd conference of the Sinaya initiative condemn the acts of terrorism and violence and confirm the conviction of the mason brotherhood to cooperate with all people in the world in the name of peace and harmony, a Masonic declaration

Politics | October 1, 2001, Monday // 00:00

5 COMPANIES BID FOR VARNA AND SHUMEN CONCESSION

Five foreign water supply companies will bid at the tender for the concession on Varna and Shumen water and sewage companies. The companies are: the French Aquamundo Lyonnaise des Eaux, the UK International Water and Thames Water, the consortsium Pascal-G

Business | October 1, 2001, Monday // 00:00
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