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Goranov's act may have a limited ...
Goranov's act may have a limited effect on Bulgaria's politics, however, says Bulgarian journalist Ivo Indjev, predicting instead that TIM will simply become more careful to cover their tracks, and pressures on the media from mafia "omerta" will grow.
Of them the most popular name ...
Of them the most popular name is the one of journalist Ivo Indjev, who was head of BTA in 1990/93.According to the commission, he has worked under the code name "Ivailo" as an agent to the foreing intelligence branch of State Security in 1983/89, for which he had been paid for. Indjev has graduated from Moscow State University and prior to 1989 he was BTA's correspondent in Beirut during the civil war in Lebannon.After he left BTA, he worled for a number of media outlets, including as the host of a weekly political show on bTV, Bulgaria's first private free-to-air TV channel, owned by News Corp.He
resigned after expressing his
discontent with the way bTV reacted to his
decision to publish anonymous information about President Georgi Purvanov, which accused the President of owning a luxury apartment in Sofia
.The information was published in 2005 in the light of the presidential elections.
Purvanov, who was also named as a collaborator of State Security
under the name "Gotse", denied the information and Indjev
left bTV, reportedly under pressure from the station's management.
A total of four of BTA's
former general managers were linked to communist services, the commission said: Indjev
, Milen Vulkov, Boyan Traikov and and Georgi Grouev.
Among those dismissed were Stefan ...
Among those dismissed were Stefan Sofianski, head of posts and telecommunications, Acen Agov, General Director of National Television, and Ivo Indjev, director of the Bulgarian Telegraph Agency.
When the High Court ruled that, as a government employee, Indjev
could only be fired by Parliament
voted to remove him legislatively.
Website of the Bulgarian Helsinki Committee
Valeria Ilareva, Elektronna Granitsa, Petar Kichashky and Ivo Indjev are among the nominees who received recognition for protection of human rights
The winner of the Audience Award was the person who received the most votes posted at the website humanoftheyear.org - Ivo Indjev, a journalist.
was nominated by four people who gave the following reasons for choosing him: 'Ivo Indjev
is a brave man because writing about the unsightly side of Bulgaria takes a lot of courage these days.
It is even more courageous to stand alone, surrounded by a crowd of bend backs.' and 'Because the Bulgarian media do not perform their duty as the fourth power in our society, people like Ivo Indjev
, who are not afraid of expressing their own opinion and who act as true journalists in compliance with the principles of deontology, these people are rare and they must be supported.' Ivo Indjev
received 1486 votes.
10.12. - Attorney Daniela Dokovska was chosen the â€œHuman of the Yearâ€� 2010 | Netherlands Embassy in Sofia, Bulgaria
The winner of the Audience Award was the person who received the most votes posted at the website humanoftheyear.org - the journalist Ivo Indjev.