Bulgarian President Rumen Radev has said he will dissolve Parliament as of January 27 and set March 26 as the date for the next early election.
Former Parliament Speaker Ognyan Gerdzhikov has been appointed by Bulgarian President Rumen Radev as Prime Minister ad interim, the President's press office says.
Five parties would make it to Parliament in the early election this spring, a poll based on attitudes in mid-January shows.
Patriotic Front (PF) co-leader Krasimir Karakachanov has downplayed any division existing between the two main parties within the nationalist alliance or among other of its parties.
Bulgaria's new President Rumen Radev will include secretaries on issues such as anti-corruption, the rotating EU presidency due next year, spirituality and culture, and science, his press office says.
Bulgarian President Rumen Radev has appointed Air Force Col Dimitar Stoyanov has been appointed as his Chief Secretary, the presidency's website shows.
Ministers from the biggest party in Bulgaria's outgoing government lashed out at the leading opposition force on Monday after the latter alleged the European Commission planned to freeze millions worth of funding allocated to the country.
A day after she left the Bulgarian Presidency headquarters on Dondukov 2 Blvd, Vice President Margarita Popova has a new job – she is the new Deputy Chairwoman of the Bulgarian Industrial Association and Secretary General of BIA.
The registration plates of 30 vehicles have been taken off on the first day alone after the new harsher penalties stipulated in amendments to the Road Traffic Act entered into force, announced on bTV the deputy from the Reformist Bloc Nastimir Ananiev, wh
In the first days of his presidential mandate, Rumen Radev will form a caretaker government and disband the 43rd Parliament.
“As usual when power changes hands, there are uncertainties, doubts and question marks regarding the course that the new leadership will take,” wrote in the Bild newspaper Germany’s Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier with respect to Donal Trump assu
President Rumen Radev stated in his first interview after he was sworn in that he will rely on experts in the caretaker government he intends to appoint.
The government is considering how to alleviate traffic along Danube Bridge near Vidin since kilometre-long queues keep on forming constantly.
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