by Josephine Schmidt Muzzled by Bulgaria’s ‘Red Octopus’ In a show of solidarity with journalists from Bulgarian National Radio who accused the station’s government-appointed management of censorship, Bulgarian President Zhelyu Zhelev on 24 November lambasted the ruling Bulgarian Socialist Party’s (BSP) strategies, saying the party was fast undoing all progress that the country had made […]

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