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The daily Sega describes itself as an independent quality newspaper. It focusses on commentary pieces and analyses by prominent Bulgarian columnists like Dmitry Ivanov and Emil Harsev. Its publisher, entrepreneur Sasho Donchev, is also the owner of Bulgaria's largest gas company Overgas, 50 percent of which belongs to Russian energy giant Gazprom.

Medium: daily
Political orientation: Critical of the government
Circulation: 9,000 (2013)
Frequency of publication: Daily
Visits per month: 500.000 - 1.000.000
Online payment model: All content free of charge

Location: Sofia, Bulgaria
Publisher: Sascho Dontschew
Area of distribution: Nationwide
Established: 1997

Ploshtad Bulgaria 1, 1463 Sofia
Phone: 00359 2 428 23 00
E-Mail: international@segabg.com
Internet: http://www.segabg.com/
Twitter: @SegaBG

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1.  Sega - Bulgaria | 07/01/2016

Bulgaria wants to hush up refugee death

A Bulgarian border guard shot and killed an Afghani refugee on the border with Turkey in October. But investigations by the police and prosecutors are ... » more

2.  Sega - Bulgaria | 28/10/2015

Ruling party conned Bulgarian voters

The local elections in Bulgaria last Sunday were not conducted fairly, the daily newspaper Sega comments, accusing the ruling Gerb party of cheating: "The cheating ... » more

3.  Sega - Bulgaria | 08/12/2014

Bulgaria fails to integrate Roma

Because of the ever-increasing number of attacks by Bulgarian Roma on paramedics, mobile intensive care units will now only enter Roma neighbourhoods under police escort, ... » more

4.  Sega - Bulgaria | 05/06/2014

Questionable rebellion in Bulgarian coalition

The Turks' party the DPS, which is a partner in Bulgaria's coalition government, has demanded that parliamentary elections be held by the end of the ... » more

5.  Sega - Bulgaria | 07/05/2014

Schengen ban facilitates Roma deportations

According to EU law, any member state may expel non-national EU citizens after three months if they do not have a sufficient income to live ... » more

6.  Sega - Bulgaria | 10/09/2013

Bulgaria lets itself be insulted by the Dutch

In an open letter released in August, the Dutch Minister of Social Affairs and Employment Lodewijk Asscher described immigration by Bulgarians as a danger for ... » more

7.  Sega - Bulgaria | 18/06/2013

Bulgaria's elite demonstrating on the streets

In Bulgaria dissatisfaction with the new government made up of the Socialists and the Turkish party is growing. Tens of thousands have gathered to protest outside ... » more

8.  Sega - Bulgaria | 28/04/2013

No talk of Europe in election campaign

For the first time since Bulgaria joined the EU in 2007 the subject of Europe is practically absent from the campaign agenda, the daily Sega ... » more

9.  Sega - Bulgaria | 19/04/2013

Bulgarians actually want Borisov back

Polls conducted in Bulgaria give former ruling party Gerb led by Boiko Borisov a lead of up to 14 percent in the upcoming elections on ... » more

10.  Sega - Bulgaria | 11/04/2013

Bulgaria is one big pothole

A deep pothole on the Bulgarian side of what is currently the only bridge over the Danube to Romania has almost crippled heavy vehicle traffic ... » more

 

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