On the Benchmarks for Reform and Bulgarian Organized Crime

There is an ongoing crackdown on organized crime in Bulgaria. This should be good news. But the prosecution will have to prove allegations in court. The benchmark is judgments with res judicata.

There’s also the Bulgarian Supreme Judicial Council that refused to sack high-ranking magistrates that have been in contact with the infamous Krasimir Georgiev-Krasio. The benchmark here is called implementation of the code of conduct, or its lack thereof.

Both benchmarks are important. Both benchmarks are NOT yet reached.

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