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Пред Софийския университет, където заседава Първи състав на Народния съд. Отляво са камионетките, които чакат подсъдимите

  During the communist era Bulgaria was ruled exclusively by the means of terror and fear. The terror was initiated and established immediately after Red Army tanks invaded the country in early September 1944 and effectively the country became Soviet-occupied territory. The newly formed government, propelled under the disguise of the anti-fascist struggle, joined by the local communists and often acting together with regular criminals freshly released from prison, executed thousands of people on the spot. Many more were executed later under the auspices of the so-called People Court, which was the Bulgarian version of the Stalinist Trial Courts. The main instrument of this massive and pervasive terror from early on was its unpredictability and arbitrariness. The goal was to crash any form of resistance against the Communist State which

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Д-р Любомир Канов е психиатър. Политически затворник при режима на Живков, автор на няколко значими книги (първата от тях спечели навремето наградата на българските писатели), д-р Канов е търсен и ценен от стотиците си пациенти в Ню Йорк. Не спира да се завръща в България - „странна и трудна за обичане страна“.
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  “Bulgaria’s ruling elite demands from business to be either corrupted or else face all the mobilized power of the state machine” Excerpt from an interview of former CCB majority owner Tzvetan Vassilev   Grand corruption is a key pillar of the governance model in Bulgaria over the last 25 years, lubricating the mechanisms of distribution of power and money, as well as defining winners and losers in the course of history. It is the elephant in the room we failed to notice until we run out of breathing space.   The magnitude of its impact is not measured only in cash – lost or missed – such as the 19 billion euros, that according to Rand Europe, have been inflicted as damage to the GDP of Bulgaria on a annual basis