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Russia is the energy monopolist in Bulgaria

31 May 2013 / 18:05:24  GRReporter
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No, absolutely not. The "Terminal 2" alternative is similar to the alternative of "I will not vote in the elections, because all are scoundrels." What could be better for corrupt and mediocre people who are destroying Bulgaria than reasonable people not going to vote or leaving the country en masse? I think this is the dream of corrupt and mediocre people who want to be in power and steal freely. We must not help them make their dream come true.

Many international organizations and European observers criticize the commitment of Bulgarian media with specific economic interests. You have your own blog but you are also present in the press. Do you think that there is censorship in Bulgaria? Do the media express various opinions and are the publications strictly controlled?

Yesterday, I published a blog article about "peels" among journalists, intellectuals and politicians. Maybe it will not be published in the official press. Indeed, political power in Bulgaria is concentrated in a specific bank since it keeps the money of the government on the one hand and on the other, this bank funds a number of media. Moreover, often the media act as "peels” or weathervanes when there is a change in the government. Anyone who is in power has the support of the media. Only periods of anarchy, such as the one that has just ended, allow a greater variety. Now, the majority of the media will protect the new government as they protected the government of GERB before it fell.

Tags: PoliticsBulgarian cabinetCorruptionEnergyRight wingVladimir Levchev
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