A journalist asked Mark Twain was it true that he was writing a play for the Philadelphia Theater. “You may write that the play consists of four acts and three intermissions. I am almost ready with the intermissions", the writer answered jokingly.
Almost seven days ago, it transpired that the MP of the opposition party Movement for Rights and Freedoms and publisher of Telegraph Media Delyan Peevski is on the voting list of the Movement and will run for MEP at the end of this month. For years, the MP has been winning the elections in which he participated. Voters know him well, know that he is as good as his word and see that he is fighting the oligarchic shadows in Bulgaria – he forestalls their shady deals and the attempts to foil his legislative initiatives, whereas his media outlets expose the affairs of the indicted bosses.
The Holy Week in Bulgaria has been hard. Especially for the behind-the-scenes political and economic circles in the country. Just because the eternal adversary of the Bulgarian behind-the-scenes clique has been nominated for MEP. His name is Delyan Peevski, the sworn enemy of the oligarchy.