A controversial appointee may not survive the storm surrounding his nomination to head Bulgarian National Radio by Konstantin Vulkov SOFIA, Bulgaria–For Ivan Borislavov–a 54-year-old poet and translator who found himself embroiled in controversy after he was appointed general director of Bulgarian National Radio (BNR) in February–the last stanza doesn’t look good. On 14 March, the […]

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