"Тhe Golden Puddle "

At the end of October, ACF notified the Specialised Prosecution and the Public Financial Inspection Agency of infringements relating to the unlawful awarding of a contract for the provision of services, strictly within the remit of competence of a public body, to a private company.

 

The Initials D. P. Part II of The case KTB. The missing names

The episode titled The Initials D.P., shows how the documents of the investigation into the insolvency of Corporate Commercial Bank (KTB) include many pieces of evidence, connecting Delyan Peevski.

The KTB Files: The missing names

ACF is launching an investigative documentary titled “The KTB Files: The missing names”

"War for carcasses"

The Food Safety Agency pays tens of millions for the incineration of carcasses in violation of the disposal rules and the Public Procurement act, but while the African plague crisis is peaking the infected carcasses are buried with the risk of new infection

Apartmentgate

Luxury properties at attractive rates – but only for a select few. A number of public officials resigned, following our investigation. However, meaningful institutional measures are still pending.

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Events

29.11 – 01.12.2019 The Anti-Corruption Fund Foundation with the support of the Embassy of The Netherlands organized a training seminar for investigative journalists. The event, which took place at the Starosel hotel gathered under one roof leading Bulgarian journalists and lecturers from The Netherlands.

Legal Opinions

Our team is comprised of leading legal experts with up-to-date expertise regarding the public policies and legislative initiatives in the field of counteracting corruption, conflict of interest, and other relevant topics. Our goal is to raise public awareness about the systemic factors contributing to the high levels of corruption in Bulgaria.

Recognizing Corruption

  • Public Procurement
  • Conflict of Interest
  • Corruption Offenses
  • Institutions

Annual Monitoring Report Analyses Existing Legislation and Practice and Puts Forward Recommendations for Anti-Corruption Reforms

The report evaluates the legislative framework and the case law, accumulated in preceding years. On the basis of the above-mentioned analysis and evaluation, a number of problem areas in the implementation of the existing legislation are outlined.

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Anti-Corruption Report

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