Bulgaria’s Access to Information Program: Fighting for Transparency during the Democratic Transition

16 June 2004

Changes in the information regime in Bulgaria have been slow and incremental since the fall of the communists in 1989. But the work of the Access to Information Programme, an NGO that has been at the forefront of the freedom of information movement in that country, has succeeded in opening up what was once one of the most secretive and authoritarian states in Eastern Europe.

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