by Petya Bondokova One of the main arguments of Bulgarians who oppose EU entry has been the responsibility that membership entails.
By Ivelina Puhaleva An institutional conflict over the technicalities of enlargement funding has threatened to take hostage the European Parliament's vote over Bulgaria and Romania accession treaties.
by Petia Bondokova The government of former King Simeon Saxe-Coburg is apparently to be remembered with its two major reshuffles in about a year and a half (a total of three since stepping in office).
By Asya Koleva On Wednesday the leaders of the Bulgarian ruling Simeon II National Movement (SIINM) party met distinguished political science authorities to discuss the location of SIINM on country's political scene.
By Ivelina Puhaleva Five months ahead of regular parliamentary elections, Prime Minister Simeon Saxe-Coburg faces the sixth in turn non-confidence vote against his cabinet under the pressure of minor coalition partner to sack one of its most successful m
By Ivelina Puhaleva The saga with Bulgarian tobacco monopoly Bulgartabac Holding may prove to be the flintstone to enkindle a fierce political crisis and probably - but not quite likely - to threaten the government of Prime Minister Simeon Saxe-Coburg fi
By Petya Bondokova Imagine that you are one of those modern urban types who have a thing with genuine leather, dazzling designer tops, fashion jewellery, fragrances and perfectly cut denim pieces.
By Ivelina Puhaleva Just a month after Bulgarian land left the world perplexed at the unique gold-lump mask from Shipka, the expedition of Dr Georgi Kitov revealed another ancient wonder believed to be the oldest and largest Thracian tomb discovered so f
By Milena Hristova The Bexx Air controversy is likely to become an epitome of how, in the delicate relations between investors and state, the "Rights and Obligations" part cuts both ways.
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