Bulgaria has made progress in its quest for free and independent media. But the ruling Socialist Partu’s purge of the state-run media in June, and the dependence of the privately owned media on their financial backers indicate that the situation is far from ideal by STEFAN KRAUSE SINCE POLITICAL FREEDOM WAS ESTABlished and censorship was […]

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