Too Much of Good Thing
October 19, 2012 - Example Author - New Eastern Europe newsletter
In its attempts to please Brussels the Bulgarian government has ended up interfering with the judiciary, whose most powerful instrument is none other than the judicial system’s self-governing body. But without a truly independent judicial system, external monitoring might be the only effective check and balance in the Bulgarian state. Daniela Ivanova discusses Bulagaria's long and arduous judicial reform.
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