Why Doesn't the Bulgarian Judiciary Prosecute Corruption?

01 Oct 2012

(Journal Article) Bulgaria's experience with the prosecution of political corruption suggests that increasing the power and institutional independence of the courts in new democracies does not guarantee that judges will be committed to upholding the rule of law.

See the article by Maria Popova | © M. E. Sharpe, Inc.

Problems of Post-Communism
September-October 2012
Vol. 59 No. 05

 

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