by Kiril Vassilev SOFIA, 3 April (Dnevnik)–Why is it difficult for the Roma in Bulgaria to accept their obligations as citizens, and do they actually understand the meaning of the word “citizen”? Why do ethnic Turks continue to trust their leaders from the Movement for Freedoms and Rights (DPS), even though the party has not […]

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