Bulgarien, das absolute EU Schrott Land unter der Kontrolle der Mafia

Die hoch fliegenden Pläner der Dumm Österreich, mit Fake Projekten aus der Luft. Eine Legende im Balkan! Und dann streiken die Laden Besitzer noch, weil die Bankrott Betrüger, zu hohe Mieten wollen, um sich zu sanieren.

Sofia’s first shopping mall facing bankruptcy – report
Fri, Jul 15 2011 12:52 CET
byThe Sofia Echo staff

Sofia’s first shopping mall facing bankruptcy – report

In May 2010, a number of stores and the Cineplex cinema closed their doors for the morning to protest against the high rents charged by the City Center Sofia management.
Photo: Nadezhda Chipeva
City Center Sofia, the first shopping mall to open in the Bulgarian capital in 2006, faced bankruptcy after its owner had difficulties servicing its loans, Bulgarian mass-circulation daily Trud reported.

US real estate investment management firm Heitman, which bought the mall in 2008 for a reported figure of 101.5 million euro, was in breach of loan covenants as of December 2010, the newspaper said, quoting an Ernst&Young auditing report.

UniCredit Bank Austria could call the 118.6 million leva loans at any time, repossessing the mall if Heitman failed to pay. Despite its prime location on the corner of Arsenalski and Cherni Vruh boulevards in Sofia, next to the Hilton, last year the revenue from rent was down by 12.5 per cent and the shopping mall ended the year with a loss of 729 000 leva, compared to a profit of 1.28 million leva a year earlier, Trud said.

City Center Sofia was the first shopping mall to feel the brunt of recession and the drop in household consumption, courting controversy in 2009 when tenants complained that the mall’s management increased rents. A second row followed in 2010, when more tenants left the premises, the newspaper said.

Reportedly, Heitman was in negotiations with the bank to rectify the breach of covenant, but the talks were yet to yield a result at the time the auditing report was concluded on May 25. Contacted by the newspaper, Heitman was unavailable for comment before Trud went to print.

Specifically, the loan conditions stipulate that the mall’s owners have to maintain a rent revenue of at least 15 per cent higher than the loan repayment amounts. Furthermore, the loan’s principal should not be higher than 75 per cent of the mall’s valuation – with the continued slide in property valuations in Bulgaria, Heitman is now in breach, the daily said, quoting the Ernst&Young report.

The loans had been taken out by the mall’s previous owner, private equity investment firm Equest, which had acquired City Center Sofia in 2006 for 94 million euro. 

http://sofiaecho.com/2011/07/15/1124099

Volle Kanne in Mitten der OK Mafia Bulgariens

DAMYANOV, who is believed to be TIM’s strategic planner, died from natural causes in October, 2007.

The Marguins trial turned into a farce; based on lack of evidence of ties with organized crime, they received not-guilty verdicts – Krasimir aka The Big Marguin is free on recognizance; Nikolay aka The Little Marguin was tried in absence – he disappeared right after the January murder of controversial radio host, Bobi Tsankov, and his whereabouts remain unknown.

IVAN TODOROV – “The Doctor” was shot dead in his car on February 22, 2006; he was sprayed with 15 bullets.

Strangely enough, this cable lacks information about the huge political scandal surrounding the first assassination attempt on “The Doctor,” in 2003. He survived a bomb blast in his car, but the then Chief Secretary of the Interior Ministry, Boyko Borissov, reported pictures, found in the Doctor’s briefcase, were featuring Milen Velchev – Finance Minister, Plamen Petrov – Transport Minister, Miroslav Sevlievski – Member of the Parliament, and known-criminal, Peter Petrov AKA the Amigos, playing cards on the yacht of Spas Rusev (mentioned in the cable) in Monaco. The Doctor, himself, can be seen in the background of this same picture. The revelations were followed by a huge scandal, but no politicians were fired.

RUMEN GOTZOV NIKOLOV – THE PASHA disappeared from public life. There is proof about his business ties in the 90-ies with current Prime Minister BOYKO BORISSOV (the TEO INTERNATIONAL Company). They owned together a factory for the illegal production of cigarettes in Kraymorie, near Bourgas. The illegal manufacturing was discovered during an anti-mafia unit operation in 1996. Borissov then sold his shares in TEO INTERNATIONAL to Ivo Kamenov Georgiev from TIM.

MLADEN MIHALEV – „MADJO“ is living in Switzerland. In 2007, he appeared during The Marguins trial as a protected witness and then Minister of the Interior, Rumen Petkov, ordered exclusive security measures for him, surpassing those used to protect the President. In 2010, Madjo testified again during the Marguins trial. According to a publication of journalist, Ivo Indzhev, in 2003, President, Georgi Parvanov and Madjo were both at the birthday party of the Secretary of the Bulgarian Socialist Party, BSP, Evgeniy Uzunov.


Ventsislav Dimitrov Stefanov – associate in INTERGROUP, President of the Slavia soccer club, Rumen Nikolov – The Pasha, Boyko Borisov – Rapona and Nikolay Zlatev, president of TSBank. Photo by Capital

BOYKO BORISSOV – “RAPONA,” current Prime Minister of Bulgaria, who is not mentioned by US Ambassador, James Pardew in this cable, was a low-level associate of SIC. According to a report by the Capital weekly from November 1995, during an anniversary party organized by SIC, he was in charge of the group’s public relations (protection from journalists).

Strangely enough, this cable lacks information about the huge political scandal surrounding the first assassination attempt on “The Doctor,” in 2003. He survived a bomb blast in his car, but the then Chief Secretary of the Interior Ministry, Boyko Borissov, reported pictures, found in the Doctor’s briefcase, were featuring Milen Velchev – Finance Minister, Plamen Petrov – Transport Minister, Miroslav Sevlievski – Member of the Parliament, and known-criminal, Peter Petrov AKA the Amigos, playing cards on the yacht of Spas Rusev (mentioned in the cable) in Monaco. The Doctor, himself, can be seen in the background of this same picture. The revelations were followed by a huge scandal, but no politicians were fired.

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https://www.balkanleaks.eu/en/boc.html

21 Jul 2011 / 11:46

EC Report Prompts Bulgarian Reforms

Private and business donations to the Bulgarian Interior Ministry will be banned from now on, and the institution will receive support only from the state.

Novinite ( Sofia News Agency)

The new policy was announced by Prime Minister Boyko Borisov on Thursday in reaction to a report critical of Bulgaria released earlier in the week by the European Commission under the Cooperation and Verification Mechanism, CVM.

In the report, private donations to the police were cited as one of many shortcomings in Bulgariaʼs judicial system and home affairs.

Media reports earlier this year indicated that the Interior Ministry had collected over BGN 6.5 M in just three months, with some donors being people under investigation.

Borisov explained that the practice has been common for more than 22 years. But since Brussels is against it, it must be eliminated, he said, adding that he has asked Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov to write a report to the EU detailing the exact amount of donations that must be replaced by state funding.

Borisov reiterated his stance that the EC report is objective, well-meaning and helpful, since it includes concrete recommendations that can be used as an action plan.

“Bulgaria is assessed by the EC as ʻa hardworking student who has the will and the desire, but not yet enough knowledge and skills,ʼ” the prime minister said on Wednesday.

Borisov also noted that parliament needs to pass a recently rejected bill regarding the forfeiture of assets acquired through illegal activities, since the EC insists on it.

The bill failed to pass in plenary hall because 40 MPs from Borisovʼs ruling Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria party, GERB, were not in attendance.

„I told them yesterday: If we want to get rid of CVM, we must fulfill our commitments,” Borisov said. “I am still worried that this forfeiture can be used as a tool for political retribution, so I told the justice minister to iron out all the details.”

Bojko Borissow und die Bulgarischen Abhör Affären

Die Mafiöse Vergangenheit des neuen PM von Bulgarien Boiko Borisso

Der „Aufstand“ in Albanien in 1997, gegen eine korrupte Regierung

Viele Fakten, sind nicht berücksichtigt bei Wikipediau, so auch die Haupt Ursachen der Pyramid Firmen, welche eine Falsch Beratung der US Experten war, als Vorläufer des Ponzi System rund um die US Banken und Globalisierung.

Ebenso als Haupt Ursache, die mangelnde Diziplin, die Mentalität, die Null Bildung und ein Null Organisations Talent bei den Albanern, wie ein vollkommen kriminelles und undemokratischen Verhalten des Salih Berisha, der ein Kommunistischen Macht System in 1994 mit den Parlamentswahlen erneut errichtete. Mit dem Weggang von Eduard Selimi Ende 1994, war bereits die Demokratie gestorben.

NEW SPECIAL EDITION OF WIKIPEDIA

1997 rebellion in Albania

10 Civil War Days

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Evacuation of U.S. citizens during Operation Silver Wake
Date March 1997
Location Albania
Result New Parliamentary Elections[1]
Territorial
changes
Albania
Belligerents
Albania Rebels

Albania Government of Sali Berisha


ItalyItalian Armed Forces (Operation Alba)
GermanyGerman Armed Forces (Operation Libelle)
United States United States Armed Forces (Operation Silver Wake)
Greece Greek Armed Forces (Operation Alba) and humanitarian aid[2]
NATO
Commanders and leaders
Rebels leaders
AlbaniaSkënder Gjinushi
AlbaniaGramoz Ruci
AlbaniaZani Çaushi
AlbaniaAlbert Shyti


AlbaniaLeka I


AlbaniaArben Imami
AlbaniaRidvan Peshkëpia


AlbaniaNeritan Ceka
Governement allies
AlbaniaSali Berisha
AlbaniaBashkim Gazidede
AlbaniaSafet Zhulali


Germany Col Henning Glawatz
Greece Lt Col Dimitrios Tzimanis[3]
Strength
AlbaniaUnknown Albania 30.000 soldiersItaly 7.000 soldiers (ALBA) Greece 803 soldiers[4][5]
Germany > 100 soldiers (Libelle)
Casualties and losses
3800, civilians and members of army, police and secret police
Part of 1997 rebellion in Albania.
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Fighting Groups
Forum for Democracy • Committee of Public Salvation • Government of National Salvation • Operation Alba • Volunteer Forces
Gangs of 1997
Gang of Çole • Gang of Gaxhai • Gang of Altin Dardha • Gang of Pusi i Mezinit • Gang of Cërrik • Gang of Lushnje • Gang of Tepelena • Gang of Haklaj Family
Massacres in 1997
Massacre of 28 February 1997 • Massacre of Qafë-Gjashta • Massacre of Levan • Massacre of Cërrik • Massacre of Ura Vajgurore
Tragedies of 1997
Tragedy of Otranto • Tragedy of Qafë Shtama
Stealings
Stealing of Krraba State Treasury • Stealing of Northern State Treasury
Rescue missions
Operation Silver Wake • Operation Libelle
Agreements
6 March 1997 • 9 March 1997
UN Resolutions
Resolution 1101 • Resolution 1114
Important events
Opening of the depots • Desertion of 4 March 1997 • Attack of 7-8 March 1997 on Gjirokastër • Visit of Romano Prodi • Albanian parliamentary election, 1997 • Albanian monarchy referendum, 1997
See also
Pyramid schemes in Albania • Role of media in 1997 • Literature on the events of 1997 • Conspiracy theories about 1997


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During the riots in the city of Vlorë, men broke rocks to hurl them at police.

 

 

1997 in Albania

The 1997 unrest in Albania, also known as the Lottery Uprising or Anarchy in Albania,[6] was an uprising sparked by Ponzi scheme failures. Albania descended into anarchy and violence in which the government was toppled and some 2,000 people were killed.[7][8]

 

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