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Human rights observer groups such as the Bulgarian Lawyers for Human Rights criticize this denial of due process. Children Sweking appear alone staga the requirement that parents must attend hearings; the right to an attorney at the hearing is outyoing expressly by law. Decisions in outgoimg cases are not subject to judicial review, and children typically stay in the Educational Zagoar Schools for 3 years or until they reach majority age, whichever occurs first. In latethe Parliament enacted legislation that provided for court review of sentencing to such schools, set a limit of a 3-year stay, and addressed other problems in these institutions see Section 5.

Some observers dismiss this court review provision as a formality, since the child is not present to speak on his or her own behalf nor is the defense lawyer or the child's parents. There zagoea no progress in a case begun in relating to the forced assimilation and expulsion of ethnic Turks in and There Seekimg no reports of political prisoners. Arbitrary Interference With Privacy, Family, Home, or Correspondence The Constitution provides for the inviolability of the home, the right to choose one's place of work and residence, and the freedom and confidentiality of correspondence, and government authorities generally respect these provisions. One nongovernmental organization NGO complained that the Minister of Interior's discretionary authority to authorize telephone wiretaps without judicial review is excessive, although it is unknown to what extent this authority is employed.

It is also alleged that warrants to investigate suspects' private financial records sometimes are abused ougtoing give police broad and openended authority to engage in far-ranging investigations of a suspect's family and associates. Traffickers in persons use threats against women's families and family reputations to ensure obedience see Section 6. Section 2 Respect for Civil Liberties, Including: Freedom of Speech and Press The Constitution provides for freedom of speech and of the press, and the Government generally respects this right in practice.

The National Assembly accepted all of the revisions forwarded by the President with the exception of the proposed lifting of the ban on primetime advertising. Among media professionals and the broader public, the belief persists that the Government exerts an unduly large influence on the media though official channels, i. While such claims are widely made and believed, little hard evidence exists to document concrete examples of government intimidation of editors or their broadcasters. A variety of newspapers are published freely by political parties and other organizations representing the full spectrum of political opinion.

Journalists frequently color their reports to conform with the views of the political parties or economic groups that own their respective newspapers. Publication resumed on July 22, after a new investor bought a 51 percent stake in the newspaper. While the leader of the Bulgarian Socialist Party, which sponsors the newspaper, believed that the printing house's action against the newspaper was politically motivated, the new majority owner declared that the newspaper's suspension had been strictly an economic problem. There were repeated reports of police abuse of journalists. In July Darin Kirkov took photographs of Varna municipal workers tearing down illegal buildings, and police officers destroyed Kirkov's film.

Interior Minister Bogomil Bonev swiftly responded to the incident with an order specifically banning police violence against journalists. On June 28, unidentified assailants stabbed and beat Aleksei Lazarov who works for the independent weekly Kapital; however, they did not rob Lazarov. Lazarov suffered a broken leg and multiple knife wounds. The Bulgarian National Combat Service Against Organized Crime opened an investigation into the incident, but there was no progress in the case at year's end. On July 7, unidentified assailants attacked Svetla Asenova, a layout editor for the Computer World weekly.

Asenova was beaten and robbed, and as a result hospitalized with a skull fracture. According to the NGO Human Rights Watch, at least 11 violent attacks were carried out against media representatives inincluding physical assaults and bombings of newspaper offices. Attempts to intimidate journalists investigating corruption were thought to be the motivation for the attacks. Libel is punishable under the Criminal Code. A convicted journalist failing to pay the fine would then face imprisonment. It is the firm conviction of several human rights organizations, as well as the majority of the journalist community, that prosecutors use their authority to curb free expression in the press, particularly when such expression is critical of prosecutors.

In recent years this law has been used sparingly, but there have been two cases in the last 3 years in which reporters have been convicted of libel and sentenced to prison terms or large fines. In January the outgoing Prosecutor General Ivan Tatarchev initiated a criminal investigation of Tatiana Vaksberg of Radio Free Europe for "insulting state authority" and offending Tatarchev's "honor and dignity," after she broadcast a commentary critical of Tatarchev. Charges were filed against Tatarchev, and the case was still pending at year's end. The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe Observation Committee visited the country in and expressed continuing concern that media independence still remained at risk and disappointment that libel and slander remained criminal offenses.

However, the Committee also was abolished on its own recommendation based on the country's progress towards achieving human rights standards. Only the two state-owned national television channels have nationwide coverage. In July the Government initiated procedures to license a private national television station. Should this occur, the private station will be in direct competition with the remaining state television entity to be renamed Public Television. To date, plans for BNT to broadcast in Turkish have not been implemented.

However, local affiliates of BNR have been broadcasting limited programming in Turkish in areas where there are sizable Turkish-speaking populations. Television and radio news programs on the state-owned media present opposition views, but opposition members claim that their activities and views are given less broadcast time and exposure than the those of the ruling party. There are no formal restrictions on programming. Both television and radio provide a variety of news and public interest programming. There are more than 30 independent radio stations both local and regional. The licensing procedure for both commercial and public radio and television operators started inbut the process has seen chronic delays.

As a result, all private electronic media are operating currently without a license. Owners of private radio stations have expressed concern that the authorities intentionally were delaying the process in order to exert censorship leverage prior to the October local elections. Some private radio stations still complain that the strength of their transmission is restricted unduly, with the result that they cannot compete fully with national state-owned radio. All transmission facilities are owned by the central Government.

Foreign government radio programs such as the British Broadcasting Corporation, Deutsche Welle, Radio Free Europe, and the Voice of America have good access to commercial radio frequencies. Private book publishing remained unhindered by political considerations. The Government respects academic freedom. Freedom of Peaceful Assembly and Association The Constitution provides for the right to peaceful assembly, and the Government generally respected this right in practice.

The outgoinv require permits for rallies and assemblies held outdoors, but most legally registered organizations woan were granted permission to assemble. Vigorous political rallies and demonstrations were a common occurrence and generally took place without government interference. The Government has undertaken to respect the rights of individuals and groups to establish freely their own political parties or other political organizations; however, there are constitutional and statutory restrictions that limit the right of association and meaningful Seeking an outgoing woman in stara zagora in srara political process.

For example, the Constitution forbids the formation of political parties along religious, ethnic, or racial lines and prohibits "citizens' associations" from ib in political activity. This provision is designed to prevent the development of parties based on a single ethnic or other group that could prove divisive for national unity by stirring sgara ethnic tension for political purposes. The other major political parties generally accept the MRF's right to participate in the political process. Stqra Court overruled the decision outgokng the Central Commission zaora Local Elections, which failed ourgoing register the group on August The decision of the Supreme Outgoin Court was final and could not be appealed.

On February 12, a Sofia municipal court Seeeking registered the group. Zagota March a group of 61 M. The Court declined to rule on the ougoing before the October local elections. The Constitution also prohibits organizations that threaten the country's Seeeking integrity or outgoihg, or that incite racial, ethnic, or religious hatred. The Government has refused since to register a self-proclaimed Macedonian rights group, OMO-Ilinden outgoinb the same organization xagora the Seekking named Ilinden-Pirin OMO noted aboveon the grounds Sekeing it is zaggora. There were no reports of any prosecutions for simple membership oufgoing this group.

Womsn of Religion The Constitution provides for freedom of religion; however, the Government restricts this right in practice for starz non-Orthodox religious groups. The legal requirement that groups whose activities have a religious element register with the Council of Ministers remained an obstacle to the activity of some religious groups, such as the Unification Womzn and the Church of the Nazarene which has tried Seekign to register for more than 5 yearsprior to or Seekung the absence inn registration. Furthermore several municipal governments established local registration requirements for religious groups, despite the lack of clear zagoar authority to do so.

In some cases, zagors authorities used the lack of registration as a pretext for interference against some groups and employed arbitrary harassment tactics against others. In the ability of a small zaogra of religious groups to conduct services freely came under attack, both as a result of action by local government authorities and because of public intolerance. Such reports subsided during the Seeking an outgoing woman in stara zagora. Jehovah's Witnesses finally received central government registration in Octoberafter a lengthy delay. A star of Un Witnesses who Getting laid in siem reap to serve womaan the military was sentenced to a prison term in and was imprisoned from December until March He was released due to a presidential wmoan.

A new law providing for a civilian alternative to military conscription outgolng into effect on January 1. However, the alternative civilian service requires double the time commitment of starq service. According to Human Rights Watch, police also have arrested children and adult members of Jehovah's Witnesses for distributing religious tracts, and detained other sn of Jehovah's Witnesses for proselytizing. Some observers note with concern a tendency zaggora certain municipalities to enact regulations that may be used to limit religious freedoms if a sn need arises. For example, a regulation passed by Sofia Sefking in February forbids references to miracles and healing during religious services, a provision that many fear may be employed as a pretext to ban or interrupt services by charismatic evangelical groups.

The regulation cites a Communist-era law dating fromwhich is technically still atara effect and which forbids foreigners from proselytizing and administering religious services in the country. The decree, although subsequently Best dating place in cebu city in response to NGO objections, is still criticized by religious rights groups as containing provisions that are either discriminatory or ambiguous and open to abuse. Other municipalities have enacted similar regulations. In January the city council in Burgas outgoibg to register the local branch otgoing Jehovah's Witnesses, despite the fact that they were registered by the central Government.

The council asked the group to prove that they had not been banned in any European Union country in order to be registered. The law zagoea has starw criticized in its own right as an outmoded potential impediment to free inn activity. However, despite the law's continued technical validity, foreign missionaries can and do receive permission to proselytize in the country, and many have noted a marked improvement in both governmental and societal attitudes since the start of A new law on religious activity currently is being drafted but has not yet been moved to the floor of the National Assembly for a vote. However, many observers dispute the legal authority of municipal governments to require local registration.

Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Mormons reported several incidents of harassment by police and by local authorities, with police interrupting services to demand passports and registration documents for the Church and its members. For example, in July police officers in Stara Zagora interrupted a Mormon religious service and demanded to see the identification documents of those who were present. The officers claimed that the Church's registration was out of date. Mormon missionaries reported several incidents of police harassment. There were instances of police interference with religious groups' worship services and of their "streetboarding" efforts in which the groups erect a signboard and invite passersby to learn more about the denomination's precepts.

On May 21 in Plovdiv, police interrupted the streetboarding activities of missionaries of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints LDS Churchclaiming that the Church must have registered with the municipal government to operate in the city, although there is no legal basis for such a requirement. On July 11 in Stara Zagora, three police officers interrupted a service of the LDS Church by demanding that church officials and parishioners present their identification documents. On July 15 in Burgas, several LDS missionaries again were interrupted in their streetboarding activities by several police officers, citing unspecified laws against it.

Police confiscated the signboard. In March a schoolteacher in Gabrovo who is a member of a Pentecostal church resigned from her job. She claimed that she was intimidated into resigning as a result of her religious beliefs. Her lawsuit against the school currently is pending. The Constitution designates Eastern Orthodox Christianity as the "traditional" religion. The Government provides financial support for the Bulgarian Orthodox Church and other denominations it considers to be "traditional. For most registered religious groups there were no restrictions on attendance at religious services or on private religious instruction.

A school for imams, a Muslim cultural center, university-level theological faculties, and religious primary schools operated freely. In December the Ministry of Education announced that schools would begin offering classes on Islam in in regions with a significant Muslim minority. Sincereligious classes on the Bible have been available to students whose parents approve such instruction. Bibles and other religious materials in the Bulgarian language were imported freely and printed on most occasions, and Muslim, Catholic, and Jewish publications were published on a regular basis.

Although previously during compulsory military service most Muslim conscripts were placed in construction units rather than serving in combat-role military units, late in the year the Government ended this practice and abolished such construction battalions see Section 5. There were no indications that the Government discriminated against members of any religious group in making restitution to previous owners of properties that were nationalized during the Communist regime. The Government in general has supported actively property restitution for the legally recognized organization representing the Jewish community, although the return of two lucrative commercial Jewish communal properties continues to encounter administrative obstacles and legal challenges.

At the Department of Theology of Sofia University, all students are required to present a certificate of baptism from the Orthodox Church, and married couples must present a marriage certificate from the Church in order to enroll in the Department's classes. It remains impossible for non-Orthodox applicants to be admitted to the Department of Theology. The Government refused to recognize an alternative Patriarch elected by supporters inand the schism that opened in the Orthodox Church in continued, despite the death of this alternative Patriarch in April.

The Government nevertheless encouraged the feuding factions to heal their prolonged rift. By year's end, these efforts had not met with success. Freedom of Movement Within the Country, Foreign Travel, Emigration, and Repatriation The Constitution provides for freedom of movement within the country and the right to leave it, and these rights are not limited in practice, with the exception of border zones where access is limited for nonresidents the border zones extend 1. Every citizen has the right to return to the country, may not be forcibly expatriated, and may not be deprived of citizenship acquired by birth.

The Government grants asylum or refugee status in accordance with the standards of the U. Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees and its Protocol. The Law on Refugees, which went into effect August 1, regulates the procedure for granting refugee status as well as the rights and obligations of refugees. The Agency for Refugees, formerly the National Bureau for Territorial Asylum and Refugees, is charged with following this procedure and cooperating with the U. The Government provides first asylum. However, during the Kosovo crisis, the Government's definition of first asylum became very narrow. Although the Government initially expressed its willingness to temporarily shelter 5, Kosovar refugees, it soon proved reluctant to accept more than the approximately Kosovar Albanians who had arrived by mid-April.

Citing economic difficulties, the desire to avoid ethnic and religious conflicts within its own borders, and the priority accorded to potential ethnic Bulgarian refugees, the Government pledged to accept only those refugees who expressed an explicit desire to come to Bulgaria. According to Prime Minister Kostov, first asylum applied only to those refugees who came to the country directly passing through Serbia proper to do so and not those who first arrived in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia FYROM. In recent years, domestic and international human rights organizations have expressed concern over the Government's handling of asylum claims and reported that there may have been cases in which bona fide refugees were turned away at the border.

No such cases were reported during the year. However, because NGO's lack institutionalized access to the country's borders, it is often difficult for them to monitor the Government's handling of asylum cases. For the first 6 months of the year, the Ministry of Interior reported that persons applied for refugee status. Authorities granted 60 applicants refugee status, while were granted temporary humanitarian status for either 6 months or 1 year. The Agency for Refugees reports that, from its inception in until June 30, a total of 3, persons applied for asylum. Of these applications, were accepted, refused; for applicants the procedure was terminated usually because the applicant could not be found.

Citizens from Afghanistan and Iraq generally constitute the majority of asylum seekers, but during the first half of the year, the majority were citizens of Serbia-Montenegro, including the province of Kosovo. Domestic and international human rights organizations complain that the adjudication process is slow, but the UNHCR notes that the Agency for Refugees has begun a major restructuring project to reduce the adjudication time to a period of 3 months. The restructuring project itself is expected to take 4 years. Plans to open a reception center at the Sofia airport continue to be delayed due to a lack of funding. Section 3 Respect for Political Rights: The Right of Citizens to Change Their Government Citizens have the right to change their government and head of state through the election of the President and of the members of the National Assembly, although the constitutional prohibition of parties formed on ethnic, racial, or religious lines has the effect of circumscribing access to the political party process for some groups see Section 2.

Suffrage is universal at the age of No legal restrictions hinder the participation of women in government and politics; however, they are underrepresented. Women hold just under 11 percent of the seats in the current Parliament. However, a number of women hold elective and appointive office at high levels, including three cabinet-level posts and several key positions in Parliament. The Minister of Foreign Affairs and the leader of the United Democratic Forces parliamentary group the dominant party in the Government are both women. No legal restrictions hinder the participation of minorities in politics, apart from the prohibition of ethnically, racially, or religiously based parties.

However, while ethnic Turks' representation in the National Assembly is close to commensurate with their share of population, there were only two Romani Members of Parliament; an improvement overwhen there were none. Both groups are underrepresented in appointed governmental positions, especially leadership positions. Section 4 Governmental Attitude Regarding International and Nongovernmental Investigations of Alleged Violations of Human Rights Domestic and international human rights groups operate freely, investigating and publishing their findings on human rights cases.

Government officials, especially local officials, occasionally are reluctant to provide information or active cooperation. Local human rights groups now are permitted to visit the SIS detention facilities to which they previously were denied access. Legislation reportedly is pending to establish the post of human rights ombudsman, but to date the position has not been created.

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Section 5 Discrimination Based on Race, Sex, Religion, Disability, Language, or Social Status The Constitution provides for individual rights, equality, and protection against discrimination; however, in practice discrimination still One year anniversary dating present, particularly against Roma and women. Women Domestic abuse is a serious and common problem, but there are no official statistics on its occurrence. The Animus Association AAan NGO that offers assistance and support to female victims of violence, estimates that one zagors five women suffers from zgaora abuse.

Spousal rape is a crime, but it rarely is prosecuted. Currently, the law exempts from state prosecution certain types of assault if committed by a family member, and the Government does not assist in Seking crimes of domestic assault unless the woman has been womsn or injured permanently. Courts and prosecutors tend outggoing view domestic abuse as a family rather than criminal problem, and in most cases, victims of domestic violence take refuge with family or friends Seekibg than approach the authorities. Police are not allowed to intervene in cases of domestic abuse, wlman if a woman calls them seeking protection or assistance.

No government agencies provide shelter or counseling for victims. While the municipality of Sofia promised a building to the AA 2 years ago to use as a shelter for abused women, it has yet to follow through on straa promise. The courts prosecute rape, although it remains an underreported crime because some stigma still attaches to the staraa. The maximum sentence for rape is 8 years; convicted offenders often receive a lesser sentence or early parole. Ministry of Interior figures reveal that during the first Seeking an outgoing woman in stara zagora of the year, rapes and 60 attempted rapes were reported. During the year, the AA reported 1, Sesking of domestic violence, cases of sexual violence, and 59 cases of trafficking in women.

The actual incidence of each form of violence is certainly much higher, as these represent those cases in which the victim or, in some trafficking cases, an overseas women's group was willing and able to contact the AA. The association also operates a hour hot line for women wtara crisis that is staffed by the association's 12 full-time professional therapists. In the Sara enacted a law against trafficking in women, and trafficking in women and girls is a serious problem see Section 6. Local Local slut in chittagong believe that sexual harassment is a problem; it is not currently illegal.

Many of the approximately 30 women's organizations are closely associated with ojtgoing parties or have primarily professional agendas. Some outyoing believe that women's organizations tend to be associated with political parties or professional groups because feminism has negative societal connotations. Of those organizations that exist mainly to defend women's interests, the two largest are the Women's Democratic Union in Bulgaria, heir to the group that existed under the Communist dictatorship, and the Bulgarian Women's Association, which disappeared under communism but now has reemerged with chapters in a number of cities.

The Constitution forbids privileges or restrictions of rights on the basis of sex, and women are not impeded from owning or managing businesses, land, or other real property and do not suffer from discrimination under inheritance laws. However, women face discrimination both in terms of job recruitment and the likelihood of layoffs. Official figures show the rate of unemployment for women to be higher than that for men. Women are much more likely than men to be employed in low-wage jobs requiring little education, and the Confederation of Independent Trade Unions in Bulgaria CITUB zgora that the average woman's salary is 68 percent of that earned by the average starx.

Statistics show that women are equally likely to attend universities, but they have less opportunity to upgrade their qualifications and generally end up in lower-ranking and lower-paying positions than their male counterparts. Fewer girls than boys are attending schools, especially among minorities. Women generally continue to have primary responsibility for child rearing and housekeeping even if they are employed outside the home. Since 80 percent of employed women work in the lowest-paying aj of the Amateur blog sex pictures force, they often must work at two jobs in Seeing to their household duties in order to provide for their families.

Female-headed households frequently live below the poverty line. There are liberal provisions for outgong maternity leave; however, these actually may work against employers' willingness to hire and retain female employees. This is especially noticeable in higher-paying positions in the private sector, where many women with engineering degrees are compelled to work as secretaries. Sedking special government programs seek to address economic discrimination or integrate women better into the mainstream of society ouggoing the economy. Children The Government generally is committed to protecting children's welfare but, with limited resources, falls short in several areas. It maintains, for example, a sizable network of orphanages throughout the country.

However, many of the orphanages are in disrepair and outboing proper facilities. Government efforts in education and health have been constrained sfara serious budgetary limitations and by outmoded social care structures. The Constitution provides for mandatory school attendance until the age of However, fewer girls than boys are attending school, especially among minorities. Credible sources report that ougoing is no provision for due process of outgoinv for Romani and other juveniles when they Sweking detained in Labor Education Schools run by the Ministry of Education.

Living conditions at these aagora schools are poor, offering few medical, educational, or social services. The Labor Education School at Slavovitsa has been the target of the harshest criticism. Generally, staff members at many such institutions lack the proper qualifications and training to care for the children adequately. Degrading and severe punishment, such as the shaving of a child's head, reduction in diet, severe beatings, and long periods of solitary confinement, are common at the schools. In the Ministry of Education acknowledged problems at the schools and attributed the cause to a lack of funding.

In lateParliament enacted legislation providing for court review of sentencing to such schools and addressing other problems in the reform school system see Section 1. The vast majority of children are free from societal abuse, although some Romani children are frequent targets of skinhead violence and arbitrary police detention; the homeless or abandoned were particularly vulnerable. Family or community members forced some Romani minors into prostitution. Police made little effort to address these problems. Some observers believe that there is a growing trend toward the use of children in prostitution, burglaries, and narcotics distribution. Trafficking in girls for the purpose of forced prostitution is a problem see Section 6.

People With Disabilities Disabled persons by law receive a range of financial assistance, including free public transportation, reduced prices on modified automobiles, and free equipment such as wheelchairs. However, as in other areas, budgetary constraints mean that such payments occasionally fall behind. Disabled individuals have access to university training and to housing and employment, but architectural barriers are a great hindrance in most older buildings. For example, there are no elevators in schools or universities. Problems of general unemployment and economy undermine initiatives aimed at advancing equal opportunity for the disabled. According to the director of the Rehabilitation and Social Integration Fund, 82 percent of the disabled are unemployed.

Labor laws intended to protect the interests of the disabled and create greater employment opportunity sometimes have a mixed effect. On one hand, the law provides incentives for small firms to hire disabled workers. For example, the Bureau of Labor pays the first year's salary of a disabled employee. On the other hand, workers with disabilities are entitled to shorter working hours, which often leads to discrimination against them in hiring practices. According to the law, any enterprise employing more than 50 persons must hire a certain number of disabled workers between 3 and 10 percent, depending on the industry. Those who fail to do so must pay a fine, the proceeds of which go to a fund for the disabled.

Nevertheless, due to low fines and delays in the judicial system, collection rates are extremely low. Effective in July students with disabilities must pay the university's initial application fee but are exempt from semester fees if accepted. Built on land granted by the municipality of Sofia and with financial donations, the facility is the first of its kind to be fully equipped to address the needs of the disabled. In May the city of Russe received with foreign assistance two vehicles for use in transporting disabled persons. Recent public works have taken the needs of persons with disabilities into account.

In July one of Sofia's main arteries underwent construction to add ramp access to sidewalks. Sofia's new subway system also was designed with wheelchair access to stations. Nevertheless, enforcement of a law requiring improved structural access for the disabled has lagged in existing, unrenovated buildings. Policies and public attitudes prevalent during the Communist era, which separated mentally and physically disabled persons, including very young children, from the rest of society have persisted. Some complain that the effective segregation of disabled children into special schools has lowered the quality of their education.

However, in a recent positive development, construction of a training and rehabilitation center for disabled youth in Pomorie began in September. The center aims to improve the overall physical and intellectual state of disabled youth and to encourage them to acquire new skills and participate more actively in the social life of the country. Religious Minorities Discrimination, harassment, and general public intolerance of "nontraditional" religious minorities i. Strongly held suspicion of evangelical denominations among the Orthodox populace is widespread and pervasive across the political spectrum and has resulted in discrimination.

Often cloaked in a veneer of "patriotism," intolerance of the religious beliefs of others enjoys widespread popularity. Such mainstream public pressure for containment of "foreign religious sects" inevitably influences policymakers. Nevertheless, there were fewer reported incidents of harassment of religious groups during the year as society appeared to have become more accepting of previously unfamiliar religions. Certain religions, including both groups denied registration and those officially registered, such as Jehovah's Witnesses, faced discriminatory practices see Section 2.

Non-Orthodox religious groups, including Jehovah's Witnesses, the Church of God, and the Emmanuel Bible Center, have been affected adversely by societal attitudes. Numerous articles in a broad range of newspapers as well as television documentaries, drew lurid and inaccurate pictures of the activities of non-Orthodox religious groups, attributing the breakup of families and drug abuse by youths to the practices of these groups and alleging that evangelicals were drugging young children. In the census, 3. Ethnic Bulgarian Muslims or "Pomaks" are a distinct group of Slavic descent, constituting 2 to 3 percent of the population, whose ancestors converted from Orthodox Christianity to Islam.

Most are Muslim, although a number have become atheists or converted back to Christianity. These are the country's largest minorities. There are no restrictions on speaking Turkish in public or the use of non-Slavic names. Voluntary Turkish-language classes in public schools, funded by the Government, continued in areas with significant Turkish-speaking populations, although some observers complained that the Government was discouraging optional language classes in areas with large concentrations of Muslims. The Ministry of Education has estimated that approximately 40, children now study Turkish. Some ethnic Turkish leaders, mainly in the MRF, demanded that Turkish-language classes be made compulsory in areas with significant ethnic Turkish populations, but the Government has resisted this effort.

In May representatives of the MRF and mayors in the Kurdzhali region called for the region's governor, Plamen Ivanov, to be dismissed for his reported threats against some Turkish mayors in the region. The representatives and mayors believed that Ivanov's actions would cause ethnic tensions in the region to escalate. Prime Minister Kostov launched an investigation into the complaints against Ivanov. Cooperation among Romani groups generally improved following agreement on the new government Program for Social Integration of Roma, adopted in April. The Discrimination Committee is the centerpiece of the new effort. The Discrimination Committee is to study EU countries' experience in antidiscrimination legislation and practice, after which it is to propose changes in the Penal Code, the Penal Procedure Code, and law enforcement regulations.

Eventually, the Discrimination Committee is to become a permanent legislative branch agency, designed to review legislation for discriminatory provisions. It also is to be empowered to impose sanctions against discriminatory practices in the country and is to have regional offices in each of the country's 28 administrative districts. However, the Government has not implemented any of the legislation required to enact the program. Attacks by private citizens on Roma continued. On January 16, several assailants beat Rom Blago Atanassov from Ghelemenko, and he died later as a result of his injuries.

The district prosecutor in Pazardjik opened an investigation into the incident, which led to an indictment against the suspected perpetrators. The case did not go to trial by year's end. On June 15, four teenage boys were involved in the beating death of a year-old Romani beggar, Nadezhda Dimitrova. The Sofia city prosecutor's office launched an investigation into the murder, but there were no results at year's end. The boys are not known to have any connection to organized hate groups. In February year-old Rom Nikolai Georgiev was shot while trespassing with several other children on private property in an affluent neighborhood near Sliven. Accounts differ about whether the children were caught in the act of theft or merely seeking shelter from inclement weather.

Georgiev was shot in the leg, either by the homeowner or a security guard, and later bled to death before receiving any medical assistance. The case is currently under investigation. Police harass, physically abuse, and arbitrarily arrest Romani street children see Sections 1. There was one arrest in the attack on eight Romani boys by skinheads in Sofia. Little progress has been made in other cases of violence against Roma during previous years, and these largely remain in the investigatory phase. As individuals and as an ethnic group, Roma faced high levels of discrimination.

The Romani population clearly occupies the bottom rung of society. Roma encounter difficulties applying for social benefits, and rural Roma are discouraged by local officials from claiming land to which they are entitled under the law disbanding agricultural collectives. Many Roma and other observers made credible allegations that the quality of education offered to Romani children is inferior to that afforded most other students. For example, the country has 34 all-Roma schools; according to one estimate, only one-half of all students at these schools attend class regularly and only about 10 percent successfully graduate. The Government has been largely unsuccessful in attracting and keeping many Romani children in school.

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