Bulgaria: Toeing the line

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  • With crimes like these no wonder there is a huge demand for Criminal Justice professionals get your professional criminal justice degree best place is "United Forensic College"

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  • Part of the problem is that by definition the internationals are having difficulties with the application of Bulgarian law in Bulgaria. They struggle with the alphabet, the language, let alone the laws and local traditions. It would be good to hear the point of view of people who are qualified in Bulgaria rather than see the whole issue through the economics of the problem.

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  • Arthur, all international firms operating in Bulgaria engage fully qualified local lawyers who speak Bulgarian and are trained in Bulgarian law - we have no difficulty with the language, the laws or anything else, other than the problem that standards in the judiciary and levels of corruption and instransparency at many levels of government are wanting and make it more difficult to do business in Bulgaria - not impossible, but more difficult. It's a serious probelm for our clients, and therefore for us as legal advisors.

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  • Alexandra Doytchinova (cited in article) is qualified in Bulgaria.

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