Coalition BSP – Left-Wing Bulgaria has vowed in its election program to fight injustice committed by “the few percent” having most of the power.
Editors-in-chief and directors of more than 10 of the leading pint, electronic and internet media in Bulgaria demanded equal treatment on election day over the announcing of exit poll results.
The need for a national consensus on priorities and a government formula which is a natural function of this consensus - these are two of the Movement for Rights and Freedoms (DPS) political goals.
Bulgaria has granted arms and ammunition worth about BGN 6 M to Iraq as part of an international effort to back the Iraqi government in its fight against Islamic State militants.
Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev has underscored the need for an integrated European approach to refugee issues at an informal meeting of the Arraiolos Group in Braga, Portugal.
The Reformist Bloc says is targeting reform of the judiciary to guarantee independence of courts and free the justice system from corruption and political influence.
Six parties are expected to enter the Bulgarian National Assembly after early elections on Sunday, polling agency Sova Harris predicts.
The European Commission is providing EUR 165 M under a new scheme to help fruit and vegetable producers hurt by the Russian ban on EU agricultural imports.
Bulgaria's Ministry of Regional Development budget lacks some BGN 10-11M needed for the maintenance of roads in the winter season.
Workers at the “Multiprint” printing house have testified in court in favor of the sole defendant in the case concerning the illegal ballot papers discovered on the eve of the early elections on May 12, 2013.
Bulgaria’s next Parliament is likely to consist of 7-8 parties or coalitions, according to a poll of the Institute of Modern Politics (IMP).
The Movement for Rights and Freedoms (DPS)'s leader called for an investigation into the recent developments at Bulgaria's Corpbank, media sources say.
Bulgarian Chief Prosecutor Sotir Tsatsarov and his Macedonian counterpart Marko Zvrlevski have backed the idea for the establishment of a network of chief prosecutors of the Balkan countries.
Pre-trial proceedings have been opened over the printing fake ballot papers on the territory of Haskovo, according to reports of Ilona Krastenyakova from the Supreme Prosecutor’s Office of Cassation.
Bulgaria’s President Rosen Plevneliev will take part in the 10th informal meeting of the Arraiolos Group in Braga, Portugal, on September 29-30.
Bulgaria should have an exceptionally strong political cabinet after the early elections on October 5, interim Prime Minister Georgi Bliznashki said.
The main union representing the staff of Bulgaria's Interior Ministry will take hundreds of employees to the streets if social rights of those working in the security sector are slashed.
Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev called the gaps in the current state budget a product of "deliberate" mistakes.
Trades unions and employers' organisations have refused to take part in the Monday meeting of the National Council for Tripartite Cooperation on the budget update proposals.
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