Sofia's Mayor, Boyko Borisov, stated Thursday that the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) was using his life as stake in their pursuit of power.
Sofia's Mayor, Boyko Borisov, saluted the Cabinet's decision to officially declare a waste emergency situation in the capital city.
Bulgaria's Cabinet officially declared Thursday an emergency situation in Sofia over lack of adequate waste removal.
Sofia City Hall's press center distributed Thursday a copy of a letter about the city's waste problems, sent by the Cabinet three years ago.
Bulgaria's parliament voted against a proposal to give the Interior Ministry unlimited access to private communication data without court approval.
The mayor of Sofia has surprisingly put an end to his visit in Moscow following governmental plans to declare emergency in the capital over poor garbage collection.
Sofia Mayor Boyko Borisov has told his Moscow counterpart, Yury Luzhkov, the Bulgarian government of Prime Minister Stanishev was trying to sabotage his activities.
A special panel, investigating Bulgaria's communist-era police files, said it has probed the past of a total of 72 000 Bulgarians since its establishment two years ago.
Kremikovtzi has all chances to become the most upscale Sofia suburb in the next 20 years.
The newest Bulgarian left-wing party held Saturday its Constituent Congress.
The Bulgarian state has swapped mainly forest land close to the seacoast for private plots in the mountainous regions of the country since the beginning of the year.
DANS received prosecutor's orders to investigate Bulgaria's State Administration Ministry for embezzlement and waste of funds.
Individuals, holding high ranking positions will incur partial salary garnishment upon proof of conflict of interest.
Transparency International will monitor the deal for the construction of Bulgaria's Trakya highway and report instances of corruption.
Alexander Tomov's property valued at thousands of BGN was frozen Tuesday by the Bulgarian Commission for Investigating Illegal Ownership.
The formal leader of GERB, Tsvetan Tsvetanov, has said that kidnapping is becoming an increasing threat to Bulgarian businessmen.
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