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On October 2, 2019, the Access to Information Program joined an open letter to the media, announcing 85 Bulgarian human rights organizations in support of the Bulgarian Helsinki Committee and against the request of the nationalist party IMRO-BNM sent to  the Prosecutor General to cease the activityof the human rights organization. The position of civil society organizations states that such public attacks are unacceptable and represent an attempt to silence citizens in attempt to satisfy the political interests.
On September 28, 2019 FOI activists from Sofia and the country gathered at the Literature club Peroto (The Quill) in the National Palace of Culture – Sofia to celebrate the 17th Right to Know Day Awards Ceremony. Among the guests were partner NGOs, journalists, academia, officials from executive bodies and municipalities. The 2019 Right to Know Day Awards winners are
The Access to Information Programme is preparing to hold the 17th Right to Know Day Awards Ceremony on September 28, 2019 in Bulgaria. Nominations in six categories are collected to be awarded with four positive and two anti-awards. 32 nominees are competing for the 2019 Right to Know Day Awards. The 2019 RKD Awards Ceremony will be held on 28 September 2019 (Saturday) at 12:00 pm (EET) at the Literature Club “Peroto” (Sofia – National Palace of Culture).
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