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The “Open Parliament” on-line platform - an independent digital tool which collects credible data, structured in specific profiles of the deputies, tracking their relations with the public and private sector and their parliamentary activity. The blog is an independent on-line media providing objective information on the work of the authorities, investigating institutional violations and defending the public interest.

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“My Vote” platform is an interactive tool explaining to the voters their rights and obligations, the election procedures – deadlines, responsible institutions, filing of complaints and reports.

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“Zakrila” (which means “Shelter” in English) - an online tool presenting systematic institutional information about the refugees in Bulgaria.

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“For Fair Elections” crowdsourcing tool - a map of the violations in the election process in Bulgaria, based on the Ushahidi platform that was launched for the Presidential and municipal elections in 2011.

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#OurVoiceCounts is a free-to-use platform that integrates more than 60 institutional datasets allowing its users to conduct new types of research.

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IPED IN MEDIA

On this page you may review media coverage for IPED, and expressed positions by the organization's members in the media.
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Svetoslav Georgiev for BTA: The Judiciary is the most injured system from institutional confrontations

Svetoslav Georgiev for BTA: The Judiciary is the most injured system from institutional confrontations


During the last years the Judiciary is a subject to 2 types of pressure - by the European commission, and by the executive power. However no Bulgarian institution is able to present an internal assessment in front of the civil society.
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Antoaneta Tzoneva for the newspaper "Now": "How elections in Bulgaria are being financed - this is still a grey zone."

Antoaneta Tzoneva for the newspaper "Now": "How elections in Bulgaria are being financed - this is still a grey zone."


"If even one citizen cannot vote because of an administrative error, civil society must be able to defend his rights. And during the last elections tens of thousands were not able to vote."
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Open parliament - civic voices: "What should the presidential decree for the scheduling of referendum?"

Open parliament - civic voices: "What should the presidential decree for the scheduling of referendum?"


The President Rossen Plevneliev scheduled the 27th of January, 2012 as the date for holding the first national referendum in the democratic history of the country, announced the press service office of the Mr. Plevneliev.
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Antoaneta Tzoneva for BNR: It is very important to know how citizens will be informed for the referendum

Antoaneta Tzoneva for BNR: It is very important to know how citizens will be informed for the referendum


This first democratic referendum is actually a general repetition before the parliamentary elections in Bulgaria...
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Iva Lazarova for BNR: There is a distinct difference between political and civic agenda

Iva Lazarova for BNR: There is a distinct difference between political and civic agenda


There is a distinct difference between political and civic agenda. While political representatives search mainly for a way to govern, citizens want to be governed fairly and transparently, says Lazarova.
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A, Tzoneva for BNR: Distortions of the secrecy of the vote, can destabilize the choice for new General Prosecutor in Bulgaria

A, Tzoneva for BNR: Distortions of the secrecy of the vote, can destabilize the choice for new General Prosecutor in Bulgaria


This monday (19.11.2012) in an interview for the Bulgarian National Radio, Antoaneta Tzoneva explained how the changed rules for the election of General Prosecutor in the country can destabilize the entire vote.
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Antoaneta Tzoneva for BGNES: "There is no progress in the Election code, about the observers status."

Antoaneta Tzoneva for BGNES: "There is no progress in the Election code, about the observers status."


"The framework, accepted yesterday by the Legal Affairs Committee in the Parliament is extremely restrictive and is limiting the NGO's possibilities to develop networks of volunteers, to find and train independent election observers."
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