Svetoslav Terziev

is a columnist for the Bulgarian daily Sega.


Between a rock and a very hard case

The Bulgarian media fends off a criminalized state

Caught between murderous attacks by the mafia and the vacillations of the state, the Bulgarian media discovers its government has less regard for journalists than for members of the criminal underworld. In response, the media has in recent years been developing an effective system of self-regulation, writes Svetoslav Terziev.