As a result of the recent protests in the country, it seems that the media landscape in Bulgaria has become increasingly chaotic.
While this is understandable, many Bulgarians have also become disillusioned with the country’s political system.
One of the main reasons for this disillusionment is that many citizens do not have access to any kind of information.
One such citizen is Alexei Gagitov.
The 29-year-old journalist, who is currently studying journalism at the University of Sofia, decided to become a political activist in order to fight for a fairer society.
He hopes to take his activism to the next level by taking his activism directly to the government.
This is a project of the Bulgarian Media Forum.
The forum aims to bring together Bulgarian citizens who have not previously engaged in politics.
In an interview with Al Jazeera, Alexei said, “It is my hope to bring awareness to the issues that Bulgarian citizens face.
I have a lot of friends who are working on this, but most of them do not even know about it.
I think that if they have some basic knowledge about the issues, then they will be able to contribute towards changing the system.”
For Alexei, being a journalist is a dream come true.
He said that it was the first time he ever felt so passionate about something.
“I’m always inspired by my work.
When I’m working on something, I have the opportunity to express myself through my work, and I have no other outlet for that.
It’s a great feeling,” Alexei told Al Jazeera.
Although he had never been involved in politics before, Alexey believes that being a political journalist has a positive effect on him.
“The first thing I want to do is create a platform for the people to talk about what they are seeing.
It is not just about me, it’s also about all of Bulgaria, the country as a whole, the people.
I hope that this platform will help the citizens to understand the issues,” Alexey said.
One way to achieve this is by spreading awareness through a wide range of media outlets.
The news media has already made a difference for Alexei and the Bulgarian public, as they are now more informed than ever before.
He believes that the country will eventually achieve greater freedom and more social cohesion.
“We need to be a part of the social media platform.
We have to get involved in social media, and we need to do that in a constructive way,” Alexiev said.
Alexei hopes that this kind of activism will eventually make the government understand the real issues facing the country.
“A lot of people don’t know what is happening, they think that the government is always there, but the truth is, it is not,” Alexiyev added.
“In Bulgaria, I am sure that the authorities are aware of the real problems, but they are afraid to act.
It has to change that.
Al Jazeera’s John Mihov contributed to this report.”
There is no such thing as a political party in Bulgaria,” Alexi added.
Al Jazeera’s John Mihov contributed to this report.