The Chief Secretary of the Bulgarian Parliament, Ognyan Avramov, handed in his resignation last Friday which was accepted by parliament speaker Tsetska Tsacheva.
Since 2003 the former Bulgarian governments have carried out scandalous land swap deals encompassing a total area of 33 000 decares worth billions of BGN.
The special plane sent by the Bulgarian government to bring home from Iran a comatose Bulgarian sailor has landed in Sofia.
Bulgaria's new Agriculture Minister, Miroslav Naydenov, has vowed to make deep changes in the State Agriculture Fund and the SAPARD Executive Agency.
The head of the Bulgarian State National Security Agency DANS, Petko Sertov, who submitted his resignation Saturday, was not trusted by Bulgaria's foreign partners.
The Director of Bulgaria's State National Security Agency (DANS), Petko Sertov, has reportedly handed in his resignation.
Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) leader and former PM, Sergey Stanishev, stated that his party members "can look people squarely in the eyes.
The traditional Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) meeting at Mount Buzludzha is being held under the motto "Strength for Change".
Bulgaria's Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, has removed Yanko Yankov from the position of Executive Director of the National Agency "Road Infrastructure".
Bulgaria's acting President, Georgi Parvanov, declared himself Friday against changing the country's form of government from a parliamentary republic to a presidential one.
A politician closely linked until recently to the party of former king Simeon Saxe-Coburg and an expert with experience in Sarkozy administration have been tipped to serve as councilors of Bulgaria's new Prime Minister Boyko Borissov.
Bulgaria's new Minsiter of Sport, Svilen Neykov, has announced his Deputy Minister appointments.
As calls for turning Bulgaria into a presidential republic gain momentum, Bulgaria's most popular politician, Prime Minister Boyko Borisov, has neither denied nor confirmed aspirations for this office.
More than half of the Bulgarians are optimistic about the potential and capability of the new minority center-right cabinet, a brand new survey shows.
Zhelyu Zhelev, Bulgaria's first democratically elected president, is continuing his crusade for turning the country into a presidential republic, saying recently elected prime minister Boyko Borisov is the fittest to do so.
Bulgaria's law enforcement authorities are ready to award bonuses of up to BGN 50 000 to joint prosecution and police teams who solved top crimes.
Around BGN 1-1,3 B are the loses for Bulgaria from corruption in public procurement procedures.
Bulgaria's new Finance Minister Simeon Djankov will be assisted in his work by only two deputies, young experts, it emerged on Thursday.
An association has called on Bulgarian migrants abroad to boycott the new minister without portfolio Bozhidar Dimitrov, Director of the National History Museum and former collaborator of the secret services.
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