The sixth-biggest group in Bulgaria's Parliament dissolved itself on Friday after five of the MPs belonging to it submitted requests to leave it.
Direct democracy will happen in Bulgaria sooner or later, President Rosen Plevneliev said in a Friday interview.
A bill proposing the establishment of a single National Office for Prevention of Corruption uniting all existing anti-corruption entities has failed to pass first reading in Bulgaria’s Parliament.
The Bulgarian Parliament will discuss at first reading the law on preventing corruption among high-level public officials on Friday.
Bulgarian lawmakers have elected socialist party MP Maya Manolova National Ombudsman, the chairman of her party has said.
Changes to the rules of procedure of Bulgaria’s Customs Agency envisage the establishment of an inspectorate tasked with analyzing the corruption risk and proposing measures targeting vulnerable points of the system.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has said he is "utterly disappointed" by a voting in Parliament in which MPs rejected two of the three questions to be put forward in a referendum on election rules.
The Bulgarian Parliament approved at second reading on Tuesday the amendments to the Social Insurance Code.
Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev said on Tuesday that the decision of the parliament to include only the question on electronic voting in the forthcoming referendum, did not take into full account the will of the nation to define the rules on the elec
The referendum, which has been proposed by Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev, will feature only the question concerning the introduction of remote electronic voting.
Bulgaria's Deputy Prime Minister Meglena Kuneva said on Tuesday that the fight against corruption and the judicial reform represented the two sides of the same coin.
Nearly all of Bulgaria's problems have their origin in the judicial system and electoral law, President Rosen Plevneliev has said.
Bulgaria’s President Rosen Plevneliev will present his proposal for referendum questions on election legislation on Tuesday in Parliament.
Officials of Bulgaria's Interior Ministry from all over the country are expected to gather at a protest, which will take place in Sofia on Saturday.
Proposed changes to Bulgaria’s constitution meant to push forward a reform of the judicial system have been backed by 75% of the members of parliament.
Two protests will take place in front of the parliament building, as Bulgarian MPs are to debate the judicial reform on Friday.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov pointed to the importance of the consensus on the judicial reform, which was reached by most of the parliamentary represented parties on Thursday.
Political parties in Bulgaria’s parliament have agreed to submit a joint project for changing the constitution to move forward with reform of the judiciary.
Two committees of the Bulgarian Parliament will hold on Thursday hearings of the candidates for ombudsman and deputy governors of the Bulgarian National Bank (BNB).
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