The memorandum considers the possibility of Bulgaria being nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for its role in saving some 50,000 Jews during World War II, an act that deserves wide recognition. The document stresses that there are no time limits for nomination, but an individual cannot be nominated posthumously. It mentions potential legal aspects of nominating the state or individual institutions, inviting the High Bar Council for legal advice and assistance from prominent Israeli partners. The issues surrounding the implementation of daylight saving time are also discussed, highlighting that the expected energy saving benefits are not being realized and that there is a negative impact on circadian rhythms and logistics. Finally, it is proposed that Bulgaria should end the implementation of summer time on its own if a uniform European solution cannot be reached.
Nobel Peace Prize to Bulgaria for saving the jews during the Second World War (Memorandum)