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Three million Bulgarians buy privatization vouchers

The Center for Mass Privatization announced on June 17 that just over 3 million people - or 48.7 percent of those eligible - have bought privatization vouchers, Bulgarian media reported. Of those who bought vouchers in the second round, roughly two-thirds paid the full price of 500 leva ($3.50) for one voucher, whose nominal value is 25,000 leva. The rest paid the reduced price of 100 leva intended for pensioners, students, and soldiers.

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Cabinet agrees on COVID screening

More details will be presented tomorrow.

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More tips for outings in Bratislava during the lockdown

Walks along the Danube bank offer a feeling of being far from the city rush.

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Police investigate surveillance of journalist, IPI calls for utmost seriousness

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l-r: Head of Let's Stop Corruption Foundation Zuzana Petková, journalist Monika Tódová, journalist Adam Valček, and Xénia Makarová of the Let's Stop Corruption Foundation