Ivo Prokopiev

Bulgarian Court Fails to Proceed with Case Against Two Former Ministers and Influential Businessman

The court failed to proceed with the case against former finance minister, Simeon Dyankov, former minister of the economy Traicho Traikov, businessman Ivo Prokopiev, the Executive Director of investment intermediary "Bulbrokers", Radoslav Rachev, and two of his employees, reports BNT. 

The Bulgarian Anti-Corruption Commission is Looking for the Former Minister of Finance Simeon Djankov

The Anti-Corruption Commission is looking for former Finance Minister Simeon Djankov. According to Plamen Georgiev, chairman of the committee, the request towards Djankov to appear and to declare his income were unsuccessful.

The Court has Seized the Assets of the Former Economy Minister of Bulgaria Traicho Traikov

The Sofia City Court (SCC) imposed security on movable and immovable assets of the former Bulgarian Minister of Economy and Energy in the first cabinet of Boyko Borisov - Traicho Traikov. This was done at the request of the Commission to counteract corruption and to withdraw the unlawfully acquired property.

Around Hundred People with T-shirts of Bulgartabac Protest in Sofia

Around hundred people dressed in white T-shirts with the inscription "Bulgartabac" positioned themselves in front of the offices of the online editions of "Dnevnik" and "Capital" this morning and blocked Ivan Vazov Street as part of a protest in downtown Sofia this morning, say from Dnevnik. 

Bulgaria's Former Vice PM Indicted for EVN Privatisation

The purpose of Simeon Dyankov was for the company Bulbrokers to benefit and receive BGN 1,276,680, announced the spokesperson of the Prosecutor General Rumyana Arnaudova at a briefing.

Former Finance Minister in the first cabinet of Boyko Borisov was indicted on charges of abuse of office on Friday in relation to the prisatization of the electricity distribution venture EVN.

CPC's Nenkova: EVN Deal Was Made at Market Prices

The deal with the minority package of the two ventures of the electricity distribution company EVN-Bulgaria was made on the stock exchange at market prices. The investment broker was selected via a competition because of the lowest price offered, announced to journalists the chairwoman of the Commission on Protection of Competition Yulia Nenkova, cited by BTA.