Bulgaria: Over 5,000 Breaches of Construction Safety Regulations Found in December Alone

After an inspection ordered by the Supreme Administrative Prosecutor's Office 5092 breaches of construction safety regulations were found in the country only in December. The inspection was provoked by an incident at a construction site in near the Dimitar Petkov market  in Sofia, where one worker died and several others were injured.

Bulgaria's Prosecutor Office: The Port and Buildings within Dogan's Beachside Mansion in Rosenets Are Illegal

The Supreme Administrative Prosecutor's Office (SAP) in Rosenets Park, where the summer beachside mansion of the honorary chairman of the MRF Ahmed Dogan is located, has established numerous violations following its inspection - lack of investment design and project documentation, no building permits issued, as well as data related to document falsification, reported Dnevnik.

Transparency Authority issues safety guidelines for amusement parks

Seeking to improve safety standards at amusement parks and other entertainment venues around the country, inspectors of the National Transparency Authority (EAD) have made a series of recommendations that were included in the relevant regulations signed off by the Development Ministry.

After spot check, watchdog ponders management change at Folli Follie

The Capital Market Commission is considering the immediate replacement of all board members of disgraced jewelry retailer Folli Follie that the regulator appointed in December when it ejected George Koutsolioutsos.
It was against this backdrop that its inspectors carried out a spot check at the listed company's Athens headquarters on Thursday.

Capital Market Commission inspectors carry out spot check at Folli Follie HQ

Inspectors of the Capital Market Commission on Thursday carried out a spot check at the headquarters of disgraced listed Greek jewelry retailer Folli Follie in northern Athens, sources have told Kathimerini.
The surprise inspection is seen as part of the Commission's efforts to restructure the company and assign responsibility for its troubles.

Probe launched into suspected bank cartel, as fresh raid carried out

Competition Commission officials launched extensive inspections without prior warning at the headquarters of the country's four systemic banks as well as the Hellenic Bank Association (EET) and DIAS Interbank Systems on Thursday, in a bid to probe possible cartel practices regarding customer charges.