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Ombudsman Institution in Bulgaria (in Bulgarian only)
The handbook presents a summarized overview of the process of establishment and development of the ombudsman institution on national and local level in Bulgaria (1998-2005). It offers comments and analysis of the legal framework as well as comprehensive information on the election of the first Bulgarian ombudsman and the activities of the local public mediators before and after their operation has been regulated in the legislation. more »
 
CSD Brief No 6: First Steps of the Bulgarian Ombudsman
The sixth policy brief, once again dedicated to the process of establishment of the ombudsman institution, focuses on the successful election of Bulgaria’s first parliamentary ombudsman and the initial stages since the institution’s kickoff. more »
 
The Courts, Prosecution and Investigation in the EU Member States and Accession Countries (in Bulgarian only)
The book reviews the organization and principles of activity of the courts, prosecution and investigation in the EU member states, including the new ones, and the accession countries. more »
 
Bulgarian Constitutional Reform in the Context of Bulgaria's EU Accession (in Bulgarian only)
The report Bulgarian Constitutional Reform in the Context of Bulgaria's Accession to the European Union (2003-2005) was prepared by a Task Force with the Center for the Study of Democracy within the framework of the Communication Strategy for Bulgaria’s EU Membership. more »
 
Ombudsman Institution in Europe and Bulgaria: Legal Nature and Practice (in Bulgarian only)
This educational manual is designed for the elaboration and carrying out of specialized courses and programs in Bulgarian universities and schools as well as for everyone who is interested in these scope of issues. more »
 
CSD Brief No 5: The Long Way of the Emerging Ombudsman Institution in Bulgaria: Six Months Later
The fifth consecutive issue of the CSD Brief is a follow-up of the CSD Policy Brief No. 3 of May 2004 and examines the recent developments in the introduction of the ombudsman institution on national and local level in Bulgaria. The brief presents the significant progress in the establishment of the local public mediators (municipal ombudsmen) throughout the country in contrast with the second failed attempt of the parliament to elect the national ombudsman. more »
 
CSD Brief No 4: The Outstanding Agenda for Political Party Reform in Bulgaria
The fourth consecutive issue of CSD brief concentrates on the status of political parties’ system reform in Bulgaria. It describes the shortcomings of the present Law on Political Parties, namely the insufficient legal requirements for founding a political party, the inadequate rules on political parties funding and the absence of effective legally grounded mechanisms for civic control. more »
 
Local Public Mediators in Bulgaria (in Bulgarian only)
The brochure summarizes the accumulated experience and the good practices of the ombudsman type institutions on local level that have functioned under pilot projects in the period 1998 – 2003. It also presents the first steps in the process of establishing such institutions after their legislative regulation, namely the adoption in 2003 of Article 21a of the Law on Local Self-Government and Local Administration, which entitles municipal councils to elect local public mediators for promoting and protecting the civil rights and lawful interests of citizens before the local authorities. more »
 
CSD Brief No 3: The Long Way of the Emerging Ombudsman Institution in Bulgaria
The third consecutive issue of the CSD Brief focuses on the recent developments with the establishment of the ombudsman institution in Bulgaria and in particular the failed election of the first Bulgarian ombudsman. The document outlines several reasons for the unsuccessful election the most important of them being the flaws in the existing legislation, the absence of politcal will for reaching a consensus during the nomination and election procedure as well as the lack of transparency and publicity, which prevented the active participation of the civil society. more »
 
Electronic Document and Electronic Signature. Legal Framework
The book Electronic Document and Electronic Signature. Legal Framework published by Ciela Soft and Publishing and the Center for the Study of Democracy was prepared by the Task Force with the Center, which developed the Draft Law on Electronic Document and Electronic Signature and participated in the elaboration of the respective secondary legislation. more »
 

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