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Position of TI-Bulgaria on the proposed changes to the electoral legislation

Transparency International–Bulgaria expressed its disagreement with the proposals for amendments to the Electoral Code, which will be discuss in the National Assembly. We opine that the proposals f...
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Together Towards Clean Contracting: New Developments and The Road Ahead

Monitoring teams, contracting authorities, contractors, institutions with supervisory functions in the field of public procurement from 11 Member States, including our representative participating in ...
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Transparency International – Bulgaria and the Commission for Counteracting Corruption and Forfeiture of Illegal Assets signed a Cooperation Agreement

The purpose of the Agreement between TI-Bulgaria and the Commission for Counteracting Corruption and Forfeiture of Illegal Assets is to bring together effective investigation of corruption cases and i...
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Kalin Slavov in interview in front of Bulgarian National Radio

“It is too early to talk about clear political signs and signals that we receive with the announcement of such a law because the previous two projects were governmental, which did not guarantee them a...

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Kalin Slavov in interview in front of Bulgarian National Radio

The decision of Road Infrastructure Agency (RIA) to stop public procurement for “Zheleznica” tunnel will be an object of special monitoring from Transparency Internatio...

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Kalin Slavov in interview in front of Bulgarian National Radio

In the Early Parliamentary Elections only 33 per cent of the parties had an election programme. Anticorruption topic was in the programme of only 30 per cent of the par...

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