10 August 2001 SOFIA. The commission set up by the Bulgarian parliament to screen the records of public officials’ collaboration with the secret services of the former communist regime said on 8 August it had found “inconclusive evidence” that one minister of the new Bulgarian government might have had links with the former secret police. […]

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