The Bulgarian Socialist Party is in turmoil as a special commission sets out to investigate claims that it accepted oil bribes from Saddam. 9 February 2004 SOFIA, Bulgaria–The Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP), the country’s largest opposition group, is facing a crisis as a special parliamentary commission to investigate allegations that the party had accepted oil […]

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